Level:С1 (Advanced) или С2 (Proficiency)
Duration: 4 weeks
Price: 95000 rubles, 90000 rubles – Early Registration
Location: Russia, Krasnodar and Rostov-on-Don
CELTA is a Cambridge University certificate for teachers of English who work with adults. It is the de facto standard for English teachers around the world, and gives an opportunity to teach in the US and Europe. It is a four-week course with a final attestation at the end of the fourth week. The main focus is the practical side of teaching. The course is run entirely in English. The course is intended for teachers who plan to work abroad and wish to increase their qualifications in modern conditions; for those who speak English, but lack a pedagogical education (for example, translators); and is also necessary for those who plan to obtain a Cambridge University Delta diploma. Registration for the summer CELTA course in 2019 is already open.
Schedule and Cost of 2019 CELTA Courses
|COURSE TITLE||COURSE DATES||EARLY REGISTRATION||EARLY REGISTRATION COST, rub||ORDINARY||COST, rub|
|CELTA IN KRASNODAR||3 June to 28 June, 2019||until 3 April||90 000||until 3 May||95000|
|CELTA IN ROSTOV||1 July to 26 July, 2019г||until 1 May||90000||until 1 June||95000|
|CELTA IN ROSTOV||29 July to 23 August, 2019г||until 29 May||90000||until 29 June||95000|
The CELTA course is intended to give you knowledge and significant practical experience in the methodology of English teaching. After taking CELTA, you will receive more confidence in your own strength, and will be able to advance to an absolutely new level of teaching.
A CELTA certificate will help you: – receive more experience in methodologies of teaching the English language to adults which are used throughout the world – receive a variety of practical skills for English language teaching to adult students – understand the principles of effective instruction – understand which resources are necessary to teach, test and reference when working with adult students – Become a real professional in the sphere of English language teaching
Course Content CELTA consists of instruction, pedagogic practice and course tutor’s overview, and contains the following components:
The courseload is 120 academic hours + individual work. The daily schedule includes 7-8 hours of study from Monday to Friday. However, preparation for lessons, writing assignments, and observations take place outside of that schedule.
12.00 – 20.00
Number of Participants per Group:
International Language Centre Language Link, Rostov-on-Don, Universitetsky Pereulok 79; Krasnodar, Pashkovskaya Street 83
Language and Other Requirements:
To enroll in the course you must be no younger than 18, with an English level of C1 (Advanced) or C2 (Proficiency) Grade A or B.
The results of enrollees’ work will be evaluated continuously throughout the entire course, with particular attention paid to the expansion of teaching potential. At the end of the course, students who pass will receive CELTA Pass, CELTA B and CELTA A certificates.
Registration for this course has already begun. Registration ends four weeks before the start of the course. To enroll in the course, you must: 1. Fill out the CELTA application form directly in the Language Link Rostov centre or send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Take the preliminary written Pre-Interview Task directly in the Language Link Rostov centre or send it by email to email@example.com 3. Attend a spoken interview directly at the Language Link Rostov centre, by telephone, or on Skype.
What is Celta? In the words of those who have passed in Language Link.
Written Assignments In addition to CELTA teacher training, trainees will have to complete four written assignments, 750-1,000 words each. They are very practical in nature and include:
- Language Related Tasks Assignment An analysis of language for teaching purposes
- Skills Assignment A focus on the receptive skills of reading and listening and the productive skills of speaking and writing
- Focus on the Learner Assignment A more detailed evaluation of one students language abilities
- Lessons from the Classroom Assignment A n analysis of what has been learned from teaching practice and observations