English Teacher Training Wellington
The Training Centre in Wellington
The teacher training Wellington centre is the only centre in Wellington delivering this prestigious course. Situated in the heart of Wellington's Central Business District, its facilities include classrooms, lecture rooms, student common rooms, kitchen and a computer suite. It is nearby the French Embassy and Seal Coast Safari. Get the bus along to Willis street and you’ll find us there. Not far from Wellington Town Hall and Civic square (10 minute walk way).
The Wellington training centre continues its legacy by providing the most supportive and prestigious environment in Wellington for studying English language and training English teachers. This is achieved by setting the highest possible academic standards, and creating an environment where each student/trainee feels like they are part of a large international family. The 3 directors of the training centre are all teachers themselves, with more than 70 years of teaching experience between them.
About the CELTA Trainers
The tutors at the training centre in Wellington have worked internationally and bring a wide range of key experience, qualifications and knowledge to the course. All CELTA trainers undergo a rigorous selection and training process that is monitored by Cambridge University. To further enhance quality the centre invests in occasionally recruiting top trainers from other centres around the globe to work at the Wellington Center. To ensure that the trainers are up to date with methodology the centre also encourages the CELTA tutors to work abroad each year on the international circuit.
Employment Prospects - Teacher Training Wellington
At a regional and national level demand may fluctuate but globally and overall there has been a sustained high demand for English language teachers. CELTA certification is the best choice to enhance your employability. The course includes workshops dedicated to helping you find the kind of work that you want.
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.
We recommend candidates book accommodation through AirBnB.
Characterised by steep hills giving views of Wellington's spectacular harbour. The Wellington region forms the setting for New Zealand's cosmopolitan capital city, the geographical and political centre of New Zealand.
The city boasts many fine museums, libraries, art galleries, and theatres, and parks in the greenbelt around the central city, as well as dining, shopping and entertainment, and nightlife in the Courtenay Place area. New Zealand's only working cable car provides panoramic views.
Wellington's brightly coloured houses perched high up on the hills surrounding a stunning harbour, create a natural amphitheatre and play-ground for Wellingtonians and visitors alike.
Today Wellington is a vibrant, cosmopolitan, sophisticated city and not just the political capital. Wellington is the capital of nationhood. The city is jam packed with national treasures like the beautifully restored Parliament Buildings, the original Treaty of Waitangi at National Archives and its newest showpiece Te Papa, the new national museum of New Zealand.
It is also the undisputed cultural capital of New Zealand. The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Royal New Zealand Ballet and the National Opera all call Wellington home and our galleries are held in high regard both nationally and internationally.
Unquestionably, Wellington is the cafe capital with wall-to-wall cafes, bars and restaurants, their tables spilling out across bricked walkways while others are tucked into every corner imaginable. New Zealand's best nightlife is on Courtenay Place where only a reptile could be immune to the atmosphere.
The city is also the event capital with festivals throughout the year bringing energy and excitement to the streets. It is home to the country's largest cultural extravaganza, the New Zealand International Festival of the Arts, held every two years. Wellingtonians are fiercely proud of their city which is fast becoming one of the most talked about cities in the world.
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