I highly recommend doing the course with the Buenos Aires centre. The course is superbly organized and the tutors are available whenever you have doubts. They also provide helpful guidance so that towards the end of the course you can plan and deliver lessons independently. Besides, you have access to lots of reference material that you can use for the written assignments. The course is pretty intense so the part-time option is great since it gives you more time to read the material, complete the activities and prepare the lessons.
For those who are new to EFL teaching, CELTA will give you all the essentials of teaching and, if you’re already a teacher, doing the course is a great way to brush up on your teaching skills and knowledge.
Course LocationBuenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Centrally located
- Close to metro, bars and restaurants
- Fully equipped classrooms for training
On the CELTA course, the teacher training centre in Buenos Aires uses two fully-equipped classrooms for teaching practice and input sessions. Teachers have the use of a laptop and TV screen for showing video and audio, internet and PowerPoint presentations. There is a teachers’ room for planning and coffee breaks with free tea, coffee and biscuits available throughout the day. Candidates have full access to our computers and a well-stocked teaching library and there is also free WiFi throughout the school. Photocopying and printing for lesson handouts and portfolios are all included.
Our partner CELTA Centre in Buenos Aires is right in the centre of the capital, in between two metro stations. The area is full of bars, restaurants, shopping malls and convenience stores. The cinema is also just a few streets away from the centre on foot. Getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city is also made easy, as one of the city’s main parks is only a stone’s throw away. In terms of getting around, cycling in Buenos Aires is a great way to explore this vast capital. Options for public transport include buses and an underground metro system, one of the first to be introduced in South America.