THE CAMBRIDGE CELTA QUALIFICATION

THE CAMBRIDGE CELTA QUALIFICATION

Get your Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults!!!

International House Belgrade Language School is organising Cambridge CELTA Qualification Training.

The Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults is recognised by EFL organisations worldwide and the certificate is one of the most highly respected in the EFL world.

The course is for:

  • practicing  EFL teachers
  • All of you who would like to change career and become an EFL teacher!

Course dates

2-27 October 2017

30 October- 24 November 2017

 

 

Group size: 12 (minimum number of applicants to start a course: 6)

Course venue: IH Belgrade
Balkanska 23
Belgrade, SERBIA
Info/application: info@ihbelgrade.co.rs
011-3612-218
064-111-36-23

PRICE:   900 GBP (payable in 3 instalments for early registration)                                                                                            

PLEASE NOTE THAT NO REFUND WILL BE MADE ONCE THE CANDIDATE IS REGISTERED FOR THE COURSE.

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HOW TO APPLY
The applicants should submit their Application Form (to be received from the IH Belgrade) in electronic format. The application procedure also includes oral interview with the Course Tutor ( which can be done by telephone) and language test.
THE CANDIDATES
The candidates need to be at least 20 years old to take the course. The course Applicants for the course should have an awareness of language and competence in English, both written and spoken, that enables them to follow the course and complete the assignments and teach a range of levels (minimum C2 level).
COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
The Cambridge Certificate requires an attendance of a minimum of 120 hours over 4 weeks. These hours include:

  • input
  • tutorial support and consultation
  • supervised lesson planning
  • six hours assessed teaching practice
  • peer observation of teaching practice
  • six hours’ directed observation of live lessons taught by experienced ELT professionals
  • A minimum of 80 hours of unsupervised work outside of timetabled course hours is required in addition.
  • Candidates must be present for at least 80% of each component of the course in order to pass, although 100% attendance is expected, and time off is granted in exceptional circumstances only.


WHAT DO YOU GET AFTER YOUR CELTA COURSE:
All successful candidates are awarded a Cambridge CELTA Certificate validated by Cambridge ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), part of the University of Cambridge. Grades are: Pass; Pass B; Pass A.

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