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Gain the tools you need to confidently stand in front of a class and teach with CELTA

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CELTA is one of the most widely taken qualifications of its kind. It is highly respected and gives you the skills you need to teach English and pursue a highly rewarding teaching career anywhere in the world.

The CELTA course is designed to help you develop effective and principled teaching practice. As well as receiving input from your tutors about key topic areas related to teaching English, you will also have substantial hands-on teaching practice to turn theory into practice. CELTA courses are designed by individual centres, based on specifications produced by Cambridge English Language Assessment.

CELTA course topics

As part of your CELTA course you will cover five main topics:

  • Learners and teachers, and the teaching and learning context
  • Language analysis and awareness
  • Language skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing
  • Planning and resources for different contexts
  • Developing teaching skills and professionalism.

Flexible teacher training

CELTA gives you have a lot of flexibility. You can choose to take your course:

  • full-time – usually 4–5 weeks
  • part-time – from a few months to over the course of a year
  • online – combining online self-study with hands-on teaching practice.

For more information on CELTA you can visit the relevant pages on our website. To inquire about fees and courses or apply for the standard full-time or part-time courses, please contact one of our authorised CELTA teaching qualification centres in your area.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

October 31, 2014 at 10:00 am

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