Considering doing a CELTA

Here are a couple of useful resources for those of you thinking about doing a CELTA but are still not quite sure what you’d be letting yourself in for…

First up, is a very useful video from Cambridge English – The Ultimate guide to CELTA:

http://www.cambridgeenglishteacher.org/resource-details/930

You do need to register to watch the video, but it’s well worth it and the website as a whole is an excellent resource for all you budding teachers out there.

Secondly, a very useful Facebook page which discusses doing CELTA courses all around the world.  Funnily enough, it’s called CELTA!  And you might see one of our tutors, Neil, posting some helpful advice on there every now and again.

CELTA on Facebook

And this is also where we found the third and final suggestion for today – a brand new blog by a teacher just off their TEFL course.  Read their account of what they got out of the course and you can’t fail to be inspired!

ELT Experiences

And if you do the CELTA here in Buenos Aires we promise you’ll get even more out of it than Jared did!

Hope these suggestions help you to make the right decision.  Please add comments if you have any other favourite sources or questions about our courses.

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About International House Buenos Aires Teacher Training

At International House Buenos Aires Teacher Training we teach languages and train teachers. As part of the International House World Organisation (IHWO), one of the leading language providers worldwide, our goal is to promote excellence in language education. We provide high quality English & Spanish language instruction and internationally recognised teacher training courses, which aim to increase standards in teaching and learning in wider contexts.
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