The gold standard teaching qualification
CELTA from Cambridge is a qualification for teaching English as a foreign
language. It is the most widely recognised English teaching qualification in the
world and the most often requested by employers; three out of four English
language teaching jobs require a CELTA qualification.
It focuses on developing practical techniques, and includes face-to-face or online
teaching practice with groups of learners, which will give you the confidence you
need to begin teaching in as little as four weeks.
Whether you’re looking for your first teaching job, or you want to prove to
employers that you have the required teaching skills with a recognised certificate,
CELTA from Cambridge is the qualification you need.
Who is CELTA for?
New teachers with no experience starting their career.
Teachers with some experience who want to develop their skills.
First-language English speakers and non-first-language speakers.
Teachers who want to travel and teach English.
How does the CELTA course work?
Employers around the
world trust CELTA
You have an absolute assurance in quality … after someone has finished a CELTA
qualification they can go straight into a classroom.
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Navitas English, Australia
Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Currently, your training and teaching practice will be in an online learning
environment with groups of learners and observed by your trainer.
It’s particularly useful if you want the flexibility of online study, if you want to limit travel costs, or if you plan to teach English online as you’ll learn more about the digital tools needed.
We hope to offer face-to-face courses again soon. Your teaching practice will be in a classroom with groups of learners and observed by your trainer.
It’s especially suitable if you prefer studying face-to-face, if you only want to teach face-to-face classes, or if you want to travel to take your CELTA in a particular place.
For more information about CELTA courses at IH Quito, contact John Warren: