English Teacher Training Palermo
The Teacher Training Centre in Palermo
- The training centre in Palermo occupies two floors of a beautifully restored hundred-year-old building in the heart of the city centre, near the main square, Piazza Politeama. All classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with interactive whiteboards and free WiFi is available throughout the CELTA teacher training centre.
- There are twelve classrooms, a student self-access centre, a photocopy area, a reception area and a study/library area. Students are free to use the school’s computers, all of which are permanently online.
- There is also a fully equipped kitchen, coffee area and an outside patio for those well needed breaks.
Food & Drink
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.
The CELTA teacher training centre in Palermo can help arrange accommodation for you with a host family or independent mini-flats/bedsits.
The Palermo CELTA centre have chosen families for their CELTA students who are quiet and supportive of your studies. Host families will provide you with bed and breakfast and some families allow you to do light cooking if you wish.
Single room €150 per week (with breakfast)
Single room €175 per week (with breakfast + 3 meals)
Single room €155 per week (self catering)
Double room €130 per week (with breakfast)
Extra night €30 per night
Single room €170 per week (limited availability)
January - April from €250 per week
May - October from €350 per week
Note: Students need to arrive on a Sunday
Palermo, Sicily and Surroundings
Palermo is the capital city of the island of Sicily, an autonomous region located South of Italy. Everywhere you go in Palermo, you will surround yourself by its rich history of the ancient world; from Byzantine art and Roman ruins to Baroque architecture, you are sure to marvel at the city’s past. Palermo is also known for its vibrant culture, with various museums, such as Sicily’s Museum of Contemporary Art, and a grand opera house, famous for being the third largest in the whole of Europe. Food and wine are another cornerstone of the city, with bustling food markets, cannoli stalls and family run restaurants. The surroundings of the city also have a lot to offer, with more historical sights and coastal cities, such as Cefalù.
For more information on beautiful Palermo, please see their tourism page here: https://www.visitpalermo.it/