Whether you are looking to teach abroad or in the UK, the CELTA course is the most widely known and highly respected training program for anyone who wants to teach English.
CELTA programme is administered by Cambridge University and is word-wide recognised for its quality which makes the CELTA course the best choice for an initial English teaching qualification: not only does it give you excellent and up-to-date training, but it also provides a competitive advantage in the job market. It is a highly regarded certification by employers in the UK and abroad and will help you land a teaching job in almost any location worldwide.
The CELTA course is a hands-on practical course based on real teaching experience, working with genuine English language learners in a classroom setting.
You not only learn about ESOL teaching methods, but you practice what you learn in a real-life classroom, with guidance and feedback from your teacher trainers.
Our CELTA course is run by a team of experienced educators who provide exceptionally high-quality academic guidance.
There is a maximum ratio of six trainee teachers per teacher trainer, giving you unique individual support and attention from the course tutors.
The course is an intensive programme of study to which you will be required to fully commit. This is a very practical course with a focus on hands-on teaching practices so that upon completion, you will feel confident beginning or continuing your career as an ESOL teacher with all the skills and knowledge you will need. Many of our students have even gone on to become teachers on the ESOL courses we offer at CONEL.
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All applicants must have an interview and assessment to confirm that the course is suitable for them.
CELTA is assessed through written, and assignments and practical teaching. There are four written assignments (each 750-1,000 words), which focus on:
Your teaching practice will also be assessed, over a total of 6 hours, working with adult classes at a minimum of two levels of ability. Assessment is based on your overall performance.
f you will be aged 19 or older on 31 August in the year you begin your course, and have been resident in the UK/EU/EEA for the past 3 years, you may be eligible for an Advanced Learning Loan to cover part of your tuition fees - please contact us for further information.
You could progress into employment or other teacher training programmes such as Diploma in Education and Training (120 credits level 4&5)or Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (ProfGCE level 6) or PGCE FE level 7.
Find out more about the courses and levels offered at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London!