Due to the Covid-19 outbreak and the world wide lockdowns, Cambridge Assessment English is offering for a limited timeframe the unique opportunity to do the whole CELTA Course fully online. It gives you the advantage to save your travel, accommodation and visa costs and stay safe in your home and make the most of your time.
Fully Online intensive CELTA courses
- 08/02/2021 – 11/03/2021:
Teaching practice and seminars delivered via Zoom from Monday to Thursday, 9:00-17:00 (GTM+1).
- 31/05/2021 – 02/07/2021:
Teaching practice and seminars delivered via Zoom from Monday to Thursday, 9:00-17:00 (GTM+1). N.B. Friday 04/06 and 02/07 are course days as 02/06 and 29/06 are national holidays.
- 28/06/2021 – 29/07/2021:
Teaching practice and seminars delivered via Zoom from Monday to Thursday, 9:00-17:00 (GTM+1). N.B. Friday 02/07 is course day 29/06 is a national holiday.
Fully Online semi-intensive CELTA course
Teaching Practice and seminars delivered via Zoom on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9.00 to 17.00 (GTM+1).
Fully Online CELTA Blended course:
Teacher practice is delivered via Zoom on Saturdays, 9:00-13:30 (GTM+1) or 14.00-18.30 (GTM+1).
Seminars are delivered through the Cambridge Moodle platform via tasks.
Each course is approved by Cambridge Assessment Enghlish and satisfies the CELTA regulations and requirements that ensure that courses:
- are delivered by Cambridge Assessment English ‐ approved staff with the relevant experience and training;
- provide tutorial guidance, support and feedback for all candidates, for both teaching practice and written work;
- include a minimum of 120 hours contact with course tutors including individual tutorials;
- provide 6 hours directed observation of experienced teachers and 6 hours assessed teaching practice;
- are delivered in approved premises and with full access to the required resources;
- maintain and provide course records and provide candidate records; observe local laws regarding staff employment and copyright;
- provide candidates with full information regarding candidate enquiries on results and complaints procedure
The syllabus covers the following areas: techniques for developing speaking, listening, reading and writing skills;
- presenting and practising new language;
- classroom management;
- lesson planning;
- practical awareness of language learning and processing;
- language forms and meanings and variations in language styles.
Applicants must have a good standard of education equivalent to that required to enter university or college, have a standard of English equal to C1+ of the Common European Framework and be at least 20 years of age.
Applicants are accepted on completion of a successful interview. Telephone/Skype interviews can be arranged for candidates living outside Italy.
To apply online, click here: Application Form
On completion of the application form you will be contacted by a Teacher Trainer