Generally, a 120-hour TEFL certification is required by almost all employers.
You have two attempts to pass your 120 hour TEFL written Assignments.
Should you fail the TEFL written assignments twice, you will need to pay a resubmission fee.
Should you decide not to pay this fee, you can choose to receive an OVC 100-hour TEFL Foundations certificate. The certificate will not be endorsed by any accrediting body and is not a TEFL qualification. Should you agree to accept the 100-hour certificate, your course will be over. Should you wish to get the full 120-hour TEFL certificate in the future, you will have to re-enrol in the 120-hour course and start again.