This study is significant and beneficial in many ways: First, universities may make use of the findings of the study when they deal with improvement of the number and the quality of the courses taught in the TEFL programs by establishing a kind of complement between the BA programs, MA programs and the Ph.D programs vertically and horizontally within the same university or between the different universities within the same country. Second, Ministries of Education may make use of the findings in five ways: a) teaching /learning experts may make use of the findings of the study to develop the current training programs. b) they may make use of the findings to find a kind of training programs directed to the secondary school EFL teachers only. By doing so, it will help to save time and money. c) they may make use of the findings to find specific training programs that enable teachers integrate the four skills. d) the findings of this study may help supervisors to evaluate the secondary school EFL teachers in the right way because the issue of evaluating teachers by supervisors is still a controversial one and e) the findings of this research may support curricula building efforts.