Please be aware that the TEFL-in-China Certificate is provided for free to all those who finish the course successfully, and complete the contract with us.
In the event of a Student leaving their contract early, they still have the right to receive the certificate, but must pay Enfly for the cost of the course. Otherwise, Enfly reserve the right to keep hold of the certificate […]
Enfly Education are thrilled to be able to offer our Students on the Study Program a course from TEFL in China – tefl.chinajob.com – which is run by SAFEA (Chinese Foreign Expert Bureau).
At the time of writing, Enfly Education are the only company in the Sichuan Province to offer this prestigious program. All Students who complete the program successfully will become TEFL Certified […]
To sum up my experience of teaching English in China with Enfly, I would say it has been nothing short of interesting, eye opening and culturally rich.
From the very beginning I was shown nothing but warm welcomes, an abundance of hospitality and some amazing food!!
My life in China is extremely easy, I have work less than twenty hours a week, I love the cost of living and I’m a massive fan of massages for £5/£6. What makes life in China so relaxed and so easy is the general slow pace of the Chengdu people! I love […]
Here Lee give us an introduction as well as a review on the school and testimonial for Enfly Education. The second video shows an example of him teaching High School kids. More reviews on the youtube channel.
Aaron was kind enough to let us film a couple of videos of him, which we have uploaded to our Youtube Channel. Here he provides a review and testimonial of Enfly Education, as well as a short clip of him teaching.
Isabel is one of Enfly Education teachers on the Teaching programme. We interviewed her to ask what her experiences are as a teacher in China and what are her plans for the future. As if that wasn’t enough, we also managed to get some brilliant teaching advice!
So tell us Isabel, how did you make the decision to go to teach in China?
I didn’t go to Chengdu at first. I went to Taiwan to do voluntary work at a local school. I liked it so much I decided to stay, but move to China […]
Rosie Jenkinson came to Chengdu a year ago: when her husband had to go to China to finish his degree, she decided to look for jobs that she could do without knowing Mandarin. That’s how Rosie got in touch with Enfly Education. We spoke to her recently and she gave us 7 tips that made her time in China so enjoyable.
1. It’s easier to become an English teacher than it looks like
Rosie said that Enfly Education helped her a lot with the process to become a teacher, from finding her a placement to sorting […]