CELTA

Learn to teach in Donostia - San Sebastián

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Cambridge Assessment English CELTA: San Sebastián

We have been successfully running the Cambridge Assessment English CELTA in San Sebastián since 2014, and now have five intensive full-time courses per year. We are also very proud to be the only authorised Cambridge Centre to teach the CELTA here in the Basque Country.

The aim of the CELTA course is to:

  • Teach you the practical skills for teaching English to adult learners
  • Provide a range of practical skills for teaching English to adult learners
  • Give you hands-on teaching practice.

WHY TAKE CELTA IN SAN SEBASTIÁN?

A CELTA qualification from London School of Languages will enable you to:

  1. Open the door to exciting teaching opportunities all over the world
  2. Gain the essential skills and knowledge you will need as a teacher
  3. Learn from experienced, dedicated and supportive teacher trainers
  4. Focus on the teaching of Young Learners, with more hours devoted to this area than other CELTA courses
  5. Teach real students at two different levels
  6. Spend time in one of the most beautiful and welcoming cities in Spain

FULL TIME CELTA

The full-time intensive course is the most popular choice for CELTA trainees as it enables you to gain the qualification in only four weeks. With a maximum of twelve trainees on the course, you are able to build a strong and supportive relationship with both the tutors and fellow trainees. Our certified CELTA tutors and administrative staff are on-hand to guide you through each element of the CELTA course. Being a four-week course, the schedule is demanding, and we therefore expect 100% attendance from all course trainees.

The full-time course consists of:

  • Two hours of Teaching Practice/Lesson Observation each morning (trainees are usually only expected to teach every other day)
  • One hour of group feedback and guided lesson planning per day
  • Just under three hours of daily input sessions delivered by our CELTA tutors
  • A welcome pintxo lunch on the first day of the course

PART TIME CELTA (100% ONLINE)

Due to the demand for Teacher Training, we also run a part-time online CELTA course. This consists of the same number of Teaching Practice and Input Session hours, but over a period of TWENTY WEEKS. This schedule was devised for those who may already be teaching or who simply don’t have the time to complete an intensive course. It allows them to fulfil more of their day-to-day commitments, alongside working towards the CELTA qualification.

The Part-Time course consists of:

  • Four hours of Teaching Practice/Lesson Observation/Feedback, every TUESDAY morning (trainees will only be expected to teach once every two weeks, but must attend every week)
  • Four hours of input sessions every FRIDAY afternoon (16:30-20:30)

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Candidates should be over the age of 18 at the start of the course, have a standard of education which will allow entry to Higher Education in their country, and have an awareness of language and a competence in English, both written and spoken, that enables them to follow the course and complete all assessed elements successfully.

DATES & PRICES

SAN SEBASTIÁN DATES 2022:

JULY: Monday 27th June – Friday 22nd July
AUGUST: Monday 1st August – Friday 26th August
SEPTEMBER: Monday 29th August – Friday 23rd September

ONLINE PART TIME CELTA 2022/23 – 20 WEEKS 

This 120-hour course is specially designed for people who are already teaching in some capacity and don't have time to complete a full-time intensive course. The trainees will attend online sessions on Tuesday mornings (9:00-13:00) and Friday afternoons (16:30-20:30).

From October 4th 2022 to March 10th 2023

Fees: €1,550 (a welcome 'pintxo' lunch is included in the intensive courses)

THE ENROLLMENT PERIOD ends one week before the start of the course. Upon acceptance a 350€ deposit is required to secure your place on the course.

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