CELT International Teacher Development Centre
As a centre, we have responded to the harshness of enforced closures firstly by transitioning our two current courses to a fully online mode of delivery. Our current CELTA trainees have already started teaching students online instead of teaching in our centre in Athens.
For the time of the lockdown, we are offering two different paced fully online CELTA courses. Cambridge has risen to the occasion and have allowed us to offer fully online courses for the duration of the restrictions.
If interested in obtaining your CELTA qualification by attending such and teaching online, please visit the dedicated page by clicking here.
The two courses we are offering are somewhat different in intensity.
Course 1 – May 3 – June 26
The first one is a semi-intensive 8-week course which will also accommodate our May and June in-Athens candidates. On this course, trainees will be teaching one lesson every week and meeting with their tutor to plan lessons and discuss their own performance while teaching.
Course 2 – June 1 – August 31
The second fully online course will last 18 weeks and will be much less fast paced and will involve an average of 5 -8 hours a week of preparation and study. This highly suited for working teachers and will hopefully be the last one on offer as a fully online course.
Candidates who would never be able to travel to Europe for any reason, may be able to benefit from this unique opportunity.
Cambridge Delta online Modules
Module 2 candidates registered to attend our 6-week course this summer may have to complete some of their input/taught content online in June. We remain uncertain as to whether travel to Europe will be possible as early as June but will keep you posted.
Connect with us
Centre for English Language & Training, 3 G.Gennadiou Street, 106 78 Athens, Greece
Tel +30 210 3302406 | +30 210 3301455 | Fax +30 210 3301202| E-mail: info @celt.edu.gr
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