1. Tuition – offered by two fully certified and experienced Cambridge CELTA teacher trainers.
  2. Certification Fee to University of Cambridge Local Examination Syndicate.
  3. All course materials.
  4. Access to the library, teachers’ resources and photocopying and printing facilities.
  5. Free internet access during and after the course.

  1. In the case of cancellation by a candidate who has been accepted on to the course more than two (2) weeks or more before the course starting date, the full course fee will be refunded. With less than two weeks notice 50% of the total course fee will be refunded. If cancellation occurs during and after the final week before the starting date a 25% refund will be made.
  2. In exceptional circumstances the transferring of funds to another course may be considered.
  3. The right to cancel a course is reserved by the centre in case fewer than 4 course candidates are enrolled on the course.
  4. In case a course is cancelled by the centre, full tuition fee will be refunded to the course candidates.

• candidates should be aged 20 or over.

• candidates should have an awareness of language and a competence in both written and spoken English which will enable them to undertake the course and prepare for teaching a range of levels (The recommended candidate language level is C2 or high C1 on the CEFR and you might be asked to provide a language certificate to attest to a C1 level of English.)

• candidates should have the potential to develop the necessary skills to become effective teachers and to complete successfully the written assignments and the assessment of teaching practice.

• candidates should normally have, as a minimum entry requirement, a standard of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education. of English.

The course consists of the following components:

• 120 contact hours including input, supervised lesson planning, teaching practice, feedback on teaching, peer observation, observation of experienced teachers, and consultation time
• 6 hours of assessed teaching practice per trainee
• 4 hours of observation of live lessons plus 2 hours of observation of lessons on video
• 80 additional learning hours for reading, research, assignment writing, and lesson preparation
• Each candidate submits a portfolio of work including materials related to teaching practice and written assignments.
• Class hours: Full time – Monday to Friday, 9 am – 3 pm
• Course length: 5 (five) weeks
• Course fees: 1300 Euros
• Location: ONLINE

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