Welcome to B2B Source
Follow us:

The CELTA Course

If you have little teaching experience but always wanted to try something different or maybe you have always wanted to be a teacher this article will briefly explain a course that can help you.The CELTA course is a certificate in English language teaching to adults. It is part of the University of Cambridge which shows you can rely on its quality and recognition. It gives you a qualification where by you can teach in one of thousands of English language schools across the UK. 

About CELTA

B2B

The course is for people who are looking for a career change or break, think they would enjoy teaching and people who want to work in further and adult education. The CELTA qualification is recognised by organisations which employ English language teachers as well as other authorities. If you are worried that you’re not eligible to apply ideally you should be aged 20 or over, speak English enough to be able to teach it, the ability to fund the course and have a standard of education which would have been high enough for entry to higher education. The course length is four weeks and will take 120 hours to achieve the qualification. The learning hour are between 9.00-17.0, you will be working in a class no bigger than 12 people which gives time for one on one tuition from a teacher. The total price of the course is £1121. The CELTA course is worth the money as it gives you a lifelong qualification which you can use all over the UK. If you are interested in the course visit www.concorde-int.com.

⇐ Back to Services

Other stories

Security Marking for iPads

This week my 7 year old proudly announced he knew what he wanted for his birthday and with obvious delight he announced an iPad. To be fair I wasn’t that surprised and knew exactly where this idea came from. Like many schools my sons school...

Read more...

Creating Supply Chain Logistic Strategies for Your Company

A big part of running any business includes managing the movement of goods from different hubs within the company, whether those goods take the form of finished products or merely stacks of paperwork. Other times it’s a lot more routine, such...

Read more...

Restaurant kitchen equipment: The basics

If you’re considering opening up your very first restaurant, then there’s probably a whole host of things that are worrying you. From décor, to equipment to your staff, making sure that everything is ready in time for the grand...

Read more...