CELTA Thessaloniki KΕ.DΙ.VΙ.M2 NEW YORK

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Teach English as a foreign language

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CELTA

A worldwide recognized professional qualification

 

 

Intensive CELTA (4 weeks)

17 September – 12 October

CELTA trainers: Jacqueline Douglas & Jane Richball

 

Application

 

The CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is a professional qualification and an international standard for teaching quality, it is awarded by Cambridge Assessment English, part of the University of Cambridge and is the most recognised initial English Language Teaching qualification in the world. It is a practical, hands-on teaching qualification.

 

CELTA is aimed at applicants

  • with no teaching experience who wish to take up teaching English as a profession.

  • who wish to receive an internationally recognized certificate and seek job opportunities in the global English language teaching job market.

  • who are teachers of English and have not received any training

  • who are teachers of other subjects who wish to teach English

CELTA is the most widely-recognised EFL professional qualification worldwide. It is regulated by Ofqual at level 5 on the Qualifications and Credit Framework in the UK. However, in order to teach in Greece one must have a relevant bachelor degree (level 6) awarded by a recognized University as stipulated by the Greek legislation concerning legally regulated professions.

CELTA is a prerequisite to teach English at Summer Schools and Language Schools around the world.

A CELTA in combination with a Bachelor degree in English Language teaching and/or a Masters in TEFL opens many career prospects and development in all levels of education

The ELT Department of New York College has a wide network of collaborations both local and International and offers career guidance and application support to its students

By the end of the course you should have:

  • An awareness of key classroom methodology and approaches

  • An understanding of the learner, the teaching role and the teaching and learning context

  • The knowledge required to plan and resource lessons appropriately

  • Greater awareness of language analysis 

  • The chance to develop professionally as an English language teacher

The minimum duration of the course is 120 hours

Full time: 4-5 weeks

Part-time: usually 12 weeks but may extend to a year.

The syllabus consists of five specific topic areas:

• Topic 1 Learners and teachers, and the teaching and learning context

• Topic 2 Language analysis and awareness

• Topic 3 Language skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing

• Topic 4 Planning and resources for different teaching context

  • 6 hours observed teaching practice

  • 4 written assignments (750-1000 words each)

Detailed Syllabus and assessment Guideline here

Applicants must:

  • be at least 18 (It is generally recommended that candidates should be aged 20 or over, but candidates aged between 18 and 20 can be accepted at the centre’s discretion.

  • 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 – Grade A or B, on the CEFR.)

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

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

  • Application form

  • Α language awareness pre-course task

  • Interview with trained for interviews person which focuses on questions about language and teaching.

Intensive CELTA (4 weeks)

 

17 September – 12 October

CELTA trainers: Jacqueline Douglas & Jane Richball

 

Application

Click here to view the Application Form