Kick start your English language teaching career with Bell If you want to become a teacher of English as a Foreign Language (EFL), you need a recognised, practical qualification to get you started and to help you find a good job with a reputable employer. The Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) is widely recognised as the first qualification for teachers of English as a Foreign Language. It is awarded by Cambridge ESOL which is part of Cambridge University. About the course The course is designed for people with little or no experience of teaching English. The primary focus is on the basic techniques of English language teaching and their practical application in the classroom. The structure includes: teaching practice, observations, lesson preparation, written work and tutorials. A perfect study environment All Bell tutors who work on CELTA programmes are qualified teacher trainers with experience of teaching in the UK and abroad. Bell’s CELTA courses operate at our centres in Cambridge and Bedgebury, Kent.
Work and travel the world Once qualified, CELTA teachers have the opportunity to work around the world. For further information about worldwide teaching opportunities within the Bell network please visit www.bell-worldwide.com. Dates and fees All prices are in GB Pounds (£). Please note that the fees below do not include accommodation or candidate entry fee.
18 Jan 2010* 15 Feb 2010 01 Jun 2010 05 Jul 2010 06 Sep 2010 18 Oct 2010
05 Dec 2010 12 Mar 2010 25 Jun 2010 30 Jul 2010 01 Oct 2010 12 Nov 2010
Bedgebury Cambridge Cambridge Bedgebury Cambridge Cambridge
1150 1150 1150 1150 1150 1150
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