Enrolment on CELTA courses increases


The recession and fierce competition for graduate jobs has caused a large increase for demand for places on CELTA courses as this gives  a very useful professional qualification for use in any country.

CELTA stands for the Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, and it  is a common requirement for those wanting to get work teaching English. CELTA is recognised internationally, and so it is particularly useful for people who wish to travel and teach English around the world.

All CELTA courses are validated by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate , but the actual courses can be run by different accredited institutions. For example Concorde International, based in Canterbury provide accredited CELTA courses. These courses un for 4 weeks.

Concorde have experienced an increase in demand for these courses recently and have therefore increased the number of courses on offer in the Autumn of 2009 and in 2010.

CELTA courses are particularly suited for

  • People starting a career in English Language teaching 
  • People looking for a career change or career break 
  • People teaching English without formal qualifications

For more information visit www.concorde-int.com

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