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English Teacher Training Melbourne

The TESOL Training Centres and Trainers in Melbourne, Australia

StudyCELTA offers the CELTA course in Melbourne through two ESL teacher training centres. Both are centrally located; one is on Spring Street, and the other in Carlton.

Spring St. TEFL Teacher Training Centre

Located in the golden mile of the city centre opposite the Victorian Parliament. Close to transport facilities considered the best in Australia and alongside restaurants, parks and shopping malls. The centre contains five floors of tutorial and classrooms, an auditorium, computing labs, a resource centre, a large student common and recreational areas.

Carlton TEFL Teacher Training Centre

Located in the education precinct of Melbourne and within the CBD, this new centre is surrounded by the excellent bars, restaurants and cafes of Melbourne’s Italian district. The facilities include fully equipped classrooms with up to date technology, a kitchen, common areas, plus full access to computers and resources.

The CELTA tutors have been delivering English teacher training programmes in Australia (Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide), the U.K, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada, Russia, Germany and the Czech Republic. Furthermore, the tutors’ ESL teaching experience of over 20 years in countries all over the world (including Brazil, Spain, Greece and France) means that they can offer useful advice on a variety of TEFL teaching contexts to those who wish to find work overseas.

Both Melbourne English teacher training centres offer a unique and intimate learning experience which allows the tutors to focus on their students’ specific needs, being the empowering of the TEFL students by boosting their skills, comfort and confidence the main goal for the tutors.

The trainers/tutors are also passionate about foreign languages and embracing multiculturalism. They speak French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish. Their awareness of how languages work has been gained through teaching across the globe. Their extensive ESL teacher-training experience, both in Australia and overseas, means that they are up-to-date with new methodologies and relevant advice for the 'international' ESL/EFL teacher.

 

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 Melbourne

We recommend candidates book accommodation through AirBnB.

Alternative Accommodation Options:

Accommodation in Carlton, Melbourne

Trainees requiring accommodation in Melbourne have to make their own arrangements; however, once you have decided to apply for a course the Tutors can provide you help and advice on this.

The school can help you find accommodation in Melbourne for your teaching practice. Alternatively, you could try these options. Airbnb and Gum Tree or deal direct with flexible local searches for hotels at Wotif and Last Minute.

In the past, some of the trainees that needed accommodation have stayed at 'Formule 1', 97-103 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne; it is about $80 a night. There is also the City Centre Budget Hotel, 22 Collins St at $70 approx. a night.

Cheaper options are backpackers hostels from between $20-50 approx.a night.

There are budget apartments like Darling Towers (www.darlingtowers.com) where prices vary from $55- $110 a night.

Accommodation 2019 Spring Street; Melbourne

The Spring Street Teacher Training Centre offers students a range of accommodation options including homestay, hostel, serviced apartments and hotels.

Homestay Options, Spring Street Teacher Training Centre, Melbourne

Please note that all options listed below carry an additional $250 AUD placement fee

Homestay TypeRoom TypeMealCost per week
TraditionalPrivate2 Meals - Weekdays

3 Meals - Weekends

$295 AUD

+ Placement Fee

TraditionalShared2 Meals - Weekdays

3 Meals - Weekends

$260 AUD

+ Placement Fee

Dinner OnlyPrivateDinner Only$260 AUD

+ Placement Fee

Dinner OnlySharedDinner Only$230 AUD

+ Placement Fee

No MealsPrivateNo meals$210 AUD

+ Placement Fee

No MealsSharedNo meals$180 AUD

+ Placement Fee

Melbourne and surroundings

Melbourne City

Melbourne is a maze of hidden laneways, opulent bars, exclusive restaurants and off-the-beaten-track boutiques. Here you can soak up culture, hit the sporting grounds, taste the dynamic food and wine scene, dance til dawn or wander the parks and leafy boulevards. Visit Federation Square, the city’s landmark cultural space, and enjoy a sunset beer on the St Kilda promenade. Shop till you drop on funky Brunswick Street or upmarket Chapel Street. Wander Southbank’s cafes, bistros and bars and get a world tour of cuisines in Carlton, Richmond and Fitzroy. Take an Aboriginal Heritage Walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens and cheer with a capacity crowd at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Victoria

Whether you adore the arts or love the great outdoors, Victoria has something for you. The state is packed with both scenic and cultural attractions – from striking public spaces and state-of-the-art museums to heritage sites and rare wildlife. Discover the cafes and bars of Melbourne’s gothic laneways and drive the Great Ocean Road. Wind your way through the wineries of the Yarra Valley and chug down the Murray in a paddle-steamer. Swim with dolphins on Mornington Peninsula and see fairy penguins on Phillip Island. Trek the rugged Grampians then relax in a Daylesford health spa. Bushwalk Gippsland’s coastal wilderness, hit the High Country slopes or explore the grand architecture of a Goldfields town.

Blog articles about Australia

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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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