Teacher Training Courses


Whether you are looking to teach abroad, the CELTA is the most widely known and highly respected training programme for anyone who wants to teach English. Here are some important facts you need to know about the CELTA teacher training program:


You’re going to embark on a journey into a new career and whether you go on to teach for 9 months or 9 years, you’ll enjoy the experience so much more if you know what you’re doing.


This is exactly what the CELTA will do for you; it will give you the confidence, experience and know-how to teach good, effective lessons, which means both you and your students will enjoy them.


In this regard, the CELTA course stands out head and shoulders above other TESOL courses:

As you research online and learn about the exciting opportunities that await you, you’re probably feeling a little nervous. You’re ready to go out in the world and teach, but you’re not quite sure what to expect. Maybe you’re questioning if you have what it takes to do your job well.


Let us put your mind at ease. Here is what the CELTA course will do for you:

When you finish your CELTA course, you won’t just have a prestigious certificate to show for it (though you most definitely will have a prestigious certificate). You’ll have the confidence and the experience to handle any classroom situation and you’ll have the tools to continue developing your skills. Whether you go on to teach business professionals, undergrads, adults or children, you will earn the respect of your students through your abilities as a teacher. And the most rewarding part of the CELTA course is knowing that all the hard work you put into the most respected and rigorous TESOL course in the world has resulted in smiling students who are motivated and inspired to work hard in your lessons, in positive feedback from your school director and having the confidence to walk into any classroom in any country and teach a great lesson.

Creative Methodology for Teachers of English

Specific objectives include:

The Creative Methodology Course syllabus includes approaches and methods (e.g. silent way, task-based learning, visualisation, multiple intelligences, lexical approach), classroom techniques, classroom management (e.g. instructions, eye contact, interaction, use of L1, discipline) and correction techniques (e.g. error analysis, recent changes in spoken English).


Your observation of multilingual classes will give you the opportunity to explore the roles of observer and ‘observee’, to chart lesson stages and to see classroom management and techniques in practice.

Effective Classroom Practice

The central objectives of the Effective Classroom Practice Course are:
IT, literature, business and culture
The Effective Classroom Practice Course syllabus includes library research, project work, autonomy and independent learning, teaching with IT, observation of teaching, staffroom collaboration and continuing professional development (CPD). Examples of syllabus content include activities for teaching using English literature, conducting a cultural awareness survey, adapting to different learning preferences and individual learner needs, promoting learning outside the classroom, teaching with websites, apps and other digital tools, analysing business English materials, career development and portfolio-building.