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Cambridge CELTA for Teachers of English


Your passport to teaching overseas

 

The Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, or CELTA, is a qualification for native (or near native) English speakers looking to teach English as a foreign language. The certificate is specifically designed for those with little or no previous teaching experience, and because it is awarded by Cambridge ESOL, CELTA is one of the few internationally recognised teaching qualifications.



Finding Work in English Language teaching


English Language teaching is now very popular and there are very few jobs in the UK for inexperienced teachers, except during the summer. We therefore recommend that applicants anticipate going abroad after their course. During the course, information will be available to assist trainees in finding employment in English language teaching. Once the course is over, trainees are encouraged to keep in touch with the College to assist their development.


 

Why choose Basil Paterson College?

 

  • Experience - Basil Paterson is the longest established centre for CELTA in Scotland
  • Expertise - tutors have first-hand knowledge of teaching English, both in the UK and overseas
  • Support - regular supervision and advice from our vastly experienced staff
  • Intensive - 4-week full-time course, covering all aspects of theory and practice
  • Facilities - state of the art PCs, internet/WiFi, and photocopying available
  • Convenient - the school is located just 15 mins from the nearest bus and train stations
  • Employment - help and support in looking for employment overseas on completion



 

If you're still unsure whether this is the course for you, why not visit our Course Information page, or contact us on +44 (0) 131 225 3802. Alternatively, you can e-mail .


           







Contact details

 

CELTA Department

Basil Paterson College

66 Queen Street

Edinburgh   EH2 4NA

 

T. +44 (0) 131 225 3802

F. +44 (0) 131 226 6701

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CELTA dates 2014


  • 17 March - 11 April 
  • 28 April - 23 May 
  • 02 June - 27 June
  • 7 July - 1 August
  • 8 September - 3 October
  • 13 OCtober - 7 November
  • 17 November - 12 December


Course in brief

 

  • 4 week course, 5 days per week
  • Mon to Fri 9.00-17.30, irrespective of public holidays
  • 120 hours contact time
  • 80+ hours learning time
  • See "Apply now" for further information

2014 Course Cost


£1150 (includes Cambridge Assessment Fee)