For the record, Khurusapa or the MoE do no 'accredit' this or any course. We have met with them several times about some sort of endorsement and they are very coy about this. There are literally hundreds of 'diplomas' in teaching worldwide, as it was explained to us, so they cannot take a formal position on endorsing anything, other than to maintain their records on which universities around the world are legitimate and therefore have acceptable degrees or diplomas. As we all know, everything is a moving target with the officials. Also, to accredit something they would need to have a team to inspect the activities, which is why they also do not 'approve' or 'accredit' TEFL courses. In the case of the New Era diploma UniTEFL facilitates, it comprises of 24 credits issued as part of a masters degree program from a CHED approved university, and being part of ASEAN that is good enough for khurusapa. I cannot comment on the others offered by Philippine universities, other than to check the status of the institution and the link between the diploma and a degree course. I recall, several years ago, a diploma from a Thailand university was at first accepted by Khurusapa then later rejected due to irregularities in the academic legitimacy of the faculty running it.