CELTA Training La Spezia Italy

English Teacher Training La Spezia

About the Teacher Training Centre in La Spezia, Italy

The training centre in La Spezia is located in the city’s historical centre, and just five minutes away on foot from a number of restaurants and a public garden by the main port – an ideal spot for a CELTA coffee or lunch break! The main train station is also conveniently accessible from the CELTA centre (15 minutes on foot), facilitating both regional and national travel. Getting around La Spezia could very easily be done on foot or by bus. The city has also implemented an efficient and eco-friendly bike sharing system (‘Speziainbici’), allowing everyone, from residents to tourists, to rent a bicycle from a pick-up point and then drop it off at another point close to one’s desired destination.

The teacher training centre in La Spezia (Liguria) has all of the required facilities needed to for the CELTA course.

This includes:

  • 10 Computers for CELTA candidates
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Study area with a library
  • Advice on finding TEFL work post-CELTA
  • Use of books for the course
  • Library on site
  • Photocopiers and printers
  • Free internet useage
  • Coffee shops around campus

Employment and Job Counselling



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.


You can organise your own housing, using websites such as www.airbnb.com and www.booking.com.

La Spezia and Surroundings:

La Spezia is a port city located in Northern Italy, with a vibrant old town right by the coastline. It is situated in Liguria, a crescent-shaped region in northwest Italy. Its Mediterranean coastline is known as the Italian Riviera. With a combination of breathtaking views, good food and wine and affordable accommodation, La Spezia has a lot to offer. The city is also situated only a few minutes away by train from Italy’s scenic fishing villages, Cinque Terre, a Unesco World Heritage site, dating back to the early Middle Ages. To this day, the villages are linked by the same railway system that was first introduced to the area in the 19th century, trailing along the cliff lines. La Spezia and Cinque Terre both boast artistic and natural gems for all visitors to enjoy.

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