English Teacher Training Cairo
About the Teacher Training Centre in Cairo, Egypt
The teacher training centre located in Giza, Cairo has all of the required facilities needed to for the CELTA course.
- 15 rooms for input and TP, rooms equipped with projector, PC's and white boards.
- A relaxation area for candidates and cafeteria for use.
- A private room for tutor discussion/tutorials with candidates
- A computer facilities for candidates' use (Apple Computer lab with full INTERNET access)
- Printing and photocopying facilities for tutors' and candidates' use at the Customer Service area
Employment and Job Counselling - Teacher Training in Giza, Cairo
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.
For the most cost-effective accommodation in Cairo, look at Air BnB.
The centre is also able to offer budget-friendly suggestions.
Tutors at Cairo Teacher Training Centre
Radwa is an Assistant CELTA Tutor for the CELTA centre in Cairo, Egypt. Originally an Arabic to English translator, she has been working in ELT (English Language teaching) for nearly 10 years and has spoken at conferences such as IATEFL (Glasgow, Brighton and Birmingham) and also Nile TESOL.
Radwa was the first approved visually-impaired CELTA trainer. She was invited by Cambridge English to share her experience in their own Cambridge Teaching Awards newsletter.
Cairo and Surroundings:
Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is where old and new meet and is a city that has something to offer for everyone. Of course, it is a history buff's paradise as you can see Egypt's ancient history with the world famous Pyramids of Giza (which are also located close to the CELTA centre!). The Egyptian museum is also a must visit as it is home to the most important collection of ancient artefacts, such as the treasures of Pharaohs like Tutankhamun.
There is also Heliopolis, once a major city of ancient Egypt and the place where Plato studied, is now a northeast suburb of Cairo and is the perfect place to escape the tourists and go for a walk. It is also home of the obelisk of Sesostris I, one of the earliest surviving obelisks and one of the few remaining landmarks of the ancient city of Heliopolis.
Visit the narrow lanes of Khan Al Khalili, a medieval market that offers a range of good and is perfect for holiday souvenirs.
For more information on what to do in Cairo, click here.