CELTA is a 120 hours plus teachers training course in teaching English to adults for candidates who have little or no previous English language teaching experience. The course is practical in nature and is one of the most widely taken qualification of its kind, provides a thorough and practical training for people seeking employment as teacher of English to speakers of other languages. It is highly regarded internationally and in many places is a prerequisite for employment in EFL sector worldwide.
|Course Category||Teachers’ Training|
|Course Length||04 (Weeks)|
|CEFR Level||C1 – C2|
|Qualification||Certificate (QCF Level 5)|
|Study Mode||Full time|
|Validation||Cambridge English, University of Cambridge|
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The course is designed for native and non-native speakers of English with little or no experience of ELT and is an extremely practical introduction to the theory and methodology of English language teaching. During the course, participants develop familiarity with the principles of effective teaching and acquire a range of practical skills for teaching English to adults.
The course is highly intensive and practical in approach and when you enrol in CELTA, we work with you to:
The CELTA course will have a minimum of 120 contact hours and comprises:
The syllabus consists of five units of learning that deal with specific topic areas in teaching of ESOL.
There are two components of assessment which are as follows:
Component One – Teaching Practice
Students will be expected to teach for a total of six hours, working with classes at two ability levels. Assessment is continuous and based on your overall performance at the end of six hours.
Component Two– Written Assignments
You will be asked to complete four written assignments (each 750 – 1000 words) ; one focusing on analysing and responding to adult learners needs, one on analysing language for teaching purposes, one on teaching language skills and one on reflecting on classroom teaching.
There is no final examination; your trainers assess you continuously throughout the course. An external assessor appointed by Cambridge English will moderate each course as a whole. On successful completion of the course, you will receive the prestigious CELTA certificate issued by University of Cambridge which will help you finding a good teaching job at a reputable schools worldwide.
Following the initial application, all candidates are required to: