CELTA Courses Tel Aviv

CELTA Courses Tel Aviv

CELTA Course Dates & Fees Tel Aviv

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About the CELTA Course in Tel Aviv, Israel

The University of Cambridge ESOL Certification in Teaching English as a Foreign or Other Language is one of the world’s most highly-recognised English teacher training courses, and is sought after by reputable employers globally.

It’s a practical, hands on course, including six hours of teaching observation, as well as several hours of observation of professional teachers and your peers. The CELTA is ideal for people who are changing careers or have recently graduated and want to get into English teaching, or for experienced teachers who want a formal qualification.

All CELTA courses have a minimum of 120 contact hours, but you can expect to spend several hours outside of class preparing lessons and completing assignments. It’s a highly intense course, designed to completely immerse you in the world of English language teaching in a short period of time.

The CELTA course is accredited and assessed by the University of Cambridge, and is recognised by a number of educational bodies worldwide, such as Ofqual and NEAS.

CELTA Course Entry Requirements

No previous teaching experience or training is required, but candidates must:

  • Be 18 years old by the commencement date of the course
  • Candidates should normally have a standard of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education, meaning having completed high School at least. However, applicants who do not have formal qualifications may be accepted if the screening tasks suggest that they are likely to complete the course successfully)
  • Have an awareness of language and a competence in both written and spoken English which will enable them to undertake the course and prepare for teaching a range of levels

Please note : Fulfilling entry requirements does not automatically guarantee a place on the CELTA course. Selection of candidates is based on an application task and a pre-course interview. If applicants have been successful, they will receive an offer of a place in the mail.



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.

CELTA Course Content and Assessment - CELTA Tel Aviv

You will cover five main topics as part of your CELTA course:

Learners and teachers, and the teaching and learning context

This topic includes:

  • understanding the cultural and linguistic backgrounds of learners, and how this might affect their learning of English
  • understanding different learning styles and preferences.

Language analysis and awareness

This topic includes:

  • understanding key terminology used in English language teaching, applying this terminology in planning and teaching
  • demonstrating a working knowledge of English grammar, lexis and phonology.

Language skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing

This topic includes:

  • understanding basic concepts and terminology used for describing reading, listening, speaking and writing skills, applying this to teaching
  • understanding how approaches to texts may vary depending on the purpose, making practical use of this in teaching.

Planning and resources for different teaching contexts

This topic includes:

  • understanding the purpose and principles of planning for effective teaching
  • selecting and planning the kinds of lessons that are most appropriate for particular learners
  • evaluating lesson preparation and reflecting on this for planning future lessons.

Developing teaching skills and professionalism

This topic includes:

  • effectively organising the classroom, both in terms of layout and pair/group activities
  • making appropriate use of a range of materials and resources
  • involving learners of different ability levels, enabling them to feel a sense of progress.

Assessment in the CELTA course is ongoing, and is based on your six hours of teaching practice, four written assignments, attendance, and a general professional attitude towards the course. There is no final examination.

You can obtain one of four grades: Pass A, Pass B, Pass or Fail. 100% attendance is mandatory to be able to pass the CELTA course.

How to Apply for the CELTA Tel Aviv, Israel

If you believe you meet the requirements to do the CELTA course, fill in our online application.

After completing your application and any necessary pre-interview tasks you will be invited to an interview which can be conducted in person, by telephone or via Skype.

Please note: Your place is not confirmed on a course until you have been accepted and have paid an enrollment fee of $250 USD (or 1100 NIS) + VAT (for Israeli residents).

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If you are unsure if you meet the requirements to apply for a CELTA course, then you can take our CELTA Eligibility Test.

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