This may not seem to be a helpful reply but maybe the reason all the sites are down is that the course providers like INTESOL are finding it harder to get applicants because, once you qualify, after paying out your hard-earned cash to learn how to teach English in Greece, the qualification you have will not get you very far here. I did the INTESOL course in Crete in 2007, and while it was an excellent course with a superb instructor, this kind of course does not provide you with everything you need to teach English here. You are also supposed to have a teaching licence to teach in the frontistirios (private schools) which supplement the unfortunately inadequate English teaching in the state schools. If you are a non-Greek, the only way you can get this licence is by sitting an exam which will test your knowledge of Greek. The level needed to get a teaching licence is close to Proficiency level. I have been learning Greek since coming here but I still feel I am not ready for this exam (maybe I'm a slow learner!). If you find a school which will employ you then you may get up to 10-12 hours a work per week, if you're lucky. Most teachers here supplement that with whatever private lessons they can get. But if you do private lessons, the money you earn will not count towards any health benefits or pension etc. unless you register as a self-employed person, which ends up costing more money than you can earn because you have to pay a high monthly social insurance levy, along with other costs. A lot of people simply do not declare the money earned from private lessons which may be fine for a while, but unless you have another source of income (pension, investments, etc.) what you could earn from teaching English in Greece (well in Crete anyway) will not be enough. Sorry to be a prophet of doom, and this is a great place, the food, weather and the people of course, but it's not for the faint-hearted!