YWAM/King's Kids Winnipeg
Raising up the next generation

Learn to teach English as a Second Language!

English has become the universal language. For many, mastering it opens doors to better education and jobs. As a result, many parts of the world which are closed to traditional mission work are wide open to people who come to teach English as a Second Language (ESL), or English as a Foreign Language (EFL). English teachers are in demand all over the world, and native English speakers are in especially high demand as teachers since they bring with them a high level of fluency.

Become a certified teacher!

A TESOL certificate (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) can be the key to open doors to an exciting new career and ministry overseas! Our TESOL courses are desigined to equip you to be an effective language teacher. The 5 week courses lead to a TESOL certificate from YWAM’s University of the Nations. Shorter courses are available, and we can custom-design a course to suit your circumstances.

Contact us for information on upcoming courses, or click on the link above for Upcoming Courses.

Why not bring the teacher to you?

Let’s face it - i’ts not always feasible to pack up your whole team and bring them to a far away base for a TESOL course. Where circumstances permit, we will custom-design a TESOL course for your base or organization and bring it to you! Previous courses have been designed for agencies in N. America, Europe, and Asia. Lengths vary according to the situation - some as short as 2 days, and others as long as 5 weeks. Contact us! We can help you!

Meet the instructor

Doug Sadler holds an MA TTESOL degree from Providence Seminary, Winnipeg, and a Master’s of Christian Studies degree from Regent College, Vancouver. He teaches English for Academic Purposes in Winnipeg, has designed ESL curriculum, and is a frequent instructor at provincial and national TESOL courses. He has taught and trained teachers in Canada, the USA, Russia, Ukraine, S. Africa, Argentina, and Taiwan. He lives in Winnipeg, Canada, with his family, a very spoiled dog, and a small collection of very nice guitars.