CELTA

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Three out of four teaching jobs in language schools request CELTA as a minimum requirement!

The CELTA will open the door to a rewarding and enriching career in English teaching that can take you all over the world.

The CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) is evaluated and conferred by Cambridge Assessment. It is without doubt the best known and most widely recognised English language teaching qualification in the world. Open the door to a new and exciting career, or upgrade your current teaching as part of your professional development.

The EIM CELTA course consists of a minimum of 120 contact hours, divided between input sessions and teaching practice with real learners. You will work closely with other trainees and the course tutors in small groups (six trainees per tutor). By the end of the course, you will have done at least six hours of observed and evaluated teaching.

Part-time CELTA
(3-4 months)

This course takes place two days a week, in the mornings which allows you to combine your training with work elsewhere.

Videoconference course: 7 April - 23 June 2021
Next course: Sep - Dec (dates to be confirmed)
Full-time CELTA
(5 weeks)

This intensive course is suited to candidates who have limited availability during the academic year. Doing the course in the summer means you are qualified and ready to apply for jobs in September, the beginning of the academic year for many countries.

Videoconference course: 28 June - 29 July 2021


From March 1st.: 1500€



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*CELTA courses under COVID-19 restrictions*

In order to respond to the current restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 situation, and to guarantee the safety of our staff, students and trainees, both the part-time (Apr-June) and the full-time (July) CELTA courses on offer this academic year will be conducted via Zoom. In future, if conditions permit, we will be pleased to offer the possibility of doing the practical component of the course in face-to-face classrooms, in strict observance of all safety guidelines.