English Teacher Training Bali
About the Teacher Training Centre in Bali, Indonesia
The English teacher training centre in Bali is located right in the middle of Denpasar in a newly built facility. The centre has 12 large classrooms with digital projectors and audio streaming, two tutorial rooms, a computer and lesson preparation room, and Wi-Fi throughout the premises.
While the CELTA course itself last for four-weeks, the centre can assist trainees in arranging a 30-day visa extension so that they can enjoy more of what the island has to offer.
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.
Airbnb is a fantastic place to look for accommodation for your CELTA in stunning Bali. With low costing apartments to suit every style and need, the options are endless. Whether you want a place to yourself with a private pool, shared accommodation or something basic, you can find it here: www.airbnb.com
Rooms start from a modest £10 a night to £50 a night for flashier places, which is a massive bargain in such beautiful surroundings!
Bali and Surroundings
Bali is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, and there’s little wonder why. With miles of beautiful beaches, pristine water, surfing spots, a booming nightlife, jungle temples and traditional dance, music and cuisine, the Indonesia island is a magnet for tourists from the Asia-Pacific region and around the world.
Home to a large Hindu population, Balinese performance art often depicts ancient stories and epics. The island is littered with temples great and small, many of which double up in purpose as sacred, authentic performance venues.
Barely a week goes by without some large, vibrant festival taking over the streets, involving anything from dance, music, arts and burning effigies.
The islands various towns vary in style and feel, from the built-up surfer’s paradise of Kuta beach, to the isolated, jungle-surrounded Ubud, filled with ancient temples and monkeys. Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, two smaller islands of Bali’s coast, are great for diving, snorkelling, relaxing and just generally getting off the beaten track.
The northern coast also boasts several therapeutic hot springs, such as Aur Banjar near Lovina, where stone mouth carving sallow hot water to pass between the lush garden pools.
The island is also an extraordinarily cheap place to eat, drink and shop, with no shortage of street vendors and markets to keep your wallet active.
If you’re looking for the world’s most highly-recognised TEFL course in a place that’s as close as you can get to paradise, look no further than CELTA in Bali.