Teacher Training Schools
About the CELTA course
The CELTA course is the original "TEFL" course and provides initial training leading to a Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA). It is intended for those without previous experience who wish to enter the profession and for teachers with no previous training in this field.
Success in the Certificate has enabled many candidates to obtain their first teaching position: the course is highly regarded by employers as providing sound initial training and a strong basis from which to develop as a teacher of English.
Why THIS training course?
- CELTA is probably the most internationally recognised ELT certificate in the world
Moderated by the University of Cambridge
Highly qualified, experienced trainers
Practical approach to methodology
Extensive supervised teaching practice
Access to the IH World network of schools
Job placement and careers advice service
Help with your accommodation in Frankfurt
Candidates must be at least 20 years old at the start of the course. They must have a standard of education which would allow entrance to higher education in their country. They must have an awareness of language, and a competence in English, both written and spoken, that enables them to follow the course. They must also have the potential to develop into effective teachers.
Dates 2013: CELTA course at International House Frankfurt
- January 14 — February 8, 2013
April 3 — 30, 2013
July 1 — 26, 2013
July 29 — August 23, 2013
October 7 — November 1, 2013
Price and application
1.630 Euro (price includes Cambridge registration fee)
Applicants for the course must complete an application form and a pre interview task and send it to us (download form: http://www.suarez.de/deutsch/seminare_fuer_lehrer/applycelta.rtf ). We will then set up an interview. We will ask you to telephone us at a pre-arranged time.