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English Teacher Training Brisbane

The Training Centre in Brisbane, Australia

The Brisbane centre is made up of 12 newly-renovated classrooms in the centre of the city, complete with all the latest in educational technology. There’s a new multimedia computer suite, free Wi-Fi throughout the building, a student support desk and lounge, fully-equipped kitchen with free tea and coffee and a sunny roof terrace with a barbeque.

The Brisbane centre is located in the CBD, just a block away from the famous Queen Street Mall and two minutes’ walk from the banks of the river and Southbank Parklands.

The tutors who lead the courses are highly experienced in a range of teaching and teacher training contexts both in Australia and overseas. The training team includes the Chief Assessor for Australia for the Cambridge CELTA. All tutors hold qualifications in the fields of Applied Linguistics or English Language Teaching.

 

CELTA TEFL Jobs

Find a TEFL Job Post CELTA

As a StudyCELTA trainee, you will be able to sign up for free to our TEFL jobs website www.teflwork.com. TEFLwork is a platform only for qualified English teachers and will allow you to find work both at home and abroad with your newly gained CELTA certificate.

Accommodation in Brisbane

Homestay

Homestay is our most popular accommodation option, where you can live with a local Australian family, who will provide you with a private room, meals, a warm welcome and a chance to improve your English at home. All families are carefully selected and homes are regularly inspected by our Homestay team. Homestay is a great way to know more about the Australian way of life and to speak English everyday.

  • Standard Half-Board (Breakfast and dinner on weekdays, and all meals on weekends)
  • Executive (Half-board with access to a private bathroom)
  • Bed & Breakfast (Breakfast only, access to kitchen to prepare other meals)
  • Twin Share (Available for two students travelling together, ie. couples or two friends, half-board)
  • Junior (Under 18 years, all meals provided)
  • Special Dietary needs catered for on request (additional fees may apply)

Student House Accommodation

36 Connor Street Student House

  • Twin share rooms with two study desks, fridge, walk-in dressing room and ensuites in each room
  • Two living areas
  • Two kitchens
  • Large outdoor deck
  • Fully furnished
  • Coin operated laundry
  • 3km to the school (40 minute walk), or take the cityhopper ferry across the river which is free
  • Free WiFi

40 Connor Street Student House

  • Two living areas
  • Two bathrooms
  • Large outdoor deck
  • Fully furnished
  • Coin operated laundry
  • 3km to the school (40 minute walk), or take the cityhopper ferry across the river which is free
  • Free WiFi

About Brisbane

Brisbane is a buzzing metropolis located in the northern Australian state of Queensland. With a population of just over two million, the riverside city is a melting pot of cultures from Asia, the Pacific and Europe. It has great weather all year round, from steamy, tropical summers to dry, warm winters.

The city also boasts a vibrant arts scene and night life; with a world-renowned modern art gallery, symphony orchestra, theatres and live music across the town's bars every weekend. It's also home to rugby league, rugby union, football and Australian rules teams and hosts the Brisbane International in January every year.

More information on Brisbane

About Queensland

The huge, northern state is an outdoor lover's paradise. It boasts miles of white, untouched beaches, pristine rain-forest, harsh desert, and the world's largest barrier reef. It's also home to more exciting cities and towns; you can spend a weekend partying on the Gold Coast, or relax on the chilled-out Sunshine Coast. Further north, you can experience Australia's famed tropical islands, The Whitsundays, and snorkel amongst colourful fish and coral.

More information on Queensland

Information on CELTA courses on the Sunshine Coast

Blog articles about Brisbane

Is Australia the next best place to teach English?

You’d be forgiven for thinking that the booming English teaching destinations are being forged in Asia and the Middle East, from Singapore and Taiwan, to Dubai and Saudi Arabia. Formerly developing countries now with burgeoning middle classes, and a growing demand for fluency in the lingua franca. So, it may come as a surprise to learn that Australia – a far-away country with English as its dominant language – is rising in the stakes as a teaching travel destination. Read more...





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