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I don't think any online certificate is very reliable, to be honest. If you want a short course kind of certificate, the most popular one is probably the RSA/Cambridge CELTA or Trinity course. With those courses, you'll do practice teaching that is observed and evaluated and I think it's essential. Or do a course at a university or college.
There are plenty of "fly-by-night" schools out there that will take native English speakers with no experience or certificate, but I wouldn't recommend them.
(and I disagree with the previous poster, there is demand where I live).
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