CELTA is the key initial teacher training qualification from the University of Cambridge and is recognised all over the world by schools, universities and many Ministries of Education.
CELTA is a very challenging but extremely rewarding course and experience. You will learn many new teaching techniques, be observed teaching and receive professional feedback designed to help you become a better teacher. After the course you will be a more confident teacher with practical knowledge about teaching which you will be able to apply immediately in your classroom.
Short self introduction of Joe Fisher (MCT): "I am a freelance Teacher Trainer from the United Kingdom. I did my CELTA in 2004 and have had a long and exciting career in the ELT industry that has taken me to ten different countries. I have managed English schools in Colombia, Vietnam and Lebanon, but now I bring all this experience to my CELTA courses"
Short self introduction of Laura Pitson (ACT): "I am a teacher and teacher-trainer, originally from the UK but now based in Madrid, Spain. Like Joe, I took my CELTA in 2004. I have spent the years since then enjoying the many varied experiences EFL has to offer in teaching, examining and teacher-training, mainly in Madrid but also in the UK, Poland and Japan."
Registration for the course. Please contact us: +370 600 20 636 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find all the information about the 2019 course and an application form here (press on text):
We kindly invite you to watch an interview with MCT and students about CELTA Course 2017 in Vilnius, Lithuania:
CELTA course 2017 in Soros International House
On 4 September 2017 SIH started an international CELTA course. Seven English language experts along with Course Tutors Robert Fletcher (UK) and Katie Wood (UK) were working hard everyday to gain a lot of experience in teaching language and to learn many new techniques. This very challenging and extremely rewarding course lasted untill 29 September 2017.