If you have signed up for a Language House TEFL Prague (TLH Prague) course in 2015 – either directly through The Language House TEFL Prague or through their affiliate school (International TEFL Academy) then because of a tax evasion fraud investigation by the Czech authorities you might find the school closed down shortly. In this case you might find that you arrive to Prague to find that the school you thought you were going to study with is closed, with the owner (Chris Westergaard) nowhere to be found.
I strongly suggest that you bear this in mind before making any travel plans to Prague.
If you do travel to Prague and find the school open then you MUST make sure to request an official receipt from The Language House TEFL Prague for any money paid in cash.
Please also bear in mind that IATQuO is not an internationally recognized accreditation issuing body, despite claims to the contrary on their website.
Furthermore, claims to be a Member of The College Of Teachers simply means that The Language House Prague only pay an annual fee to have this College’s logo branded on their website. It means nothing except that money has changed hands.
Further information regarding this can be read here: