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About the Cambridge CELTA Certificate course in Warsaw, Poland

The University of Cambridge ESOL CELTA is the most internationally recognised TEFL (teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate in the world. It is the most highly sought-after English teaching certificate by schools, academies and universities across Poland, Europe and the world.

Its high standards are assured by Cambridge English Language Assessment, who send an independent assessor to every course to monitor the course’s quality.

The CELTA is a fusion of theory and practice; it combines a practical approach to methodology and extensive supervised teaching practice. In total, the course is 120 hours, with combined input (classroom) sessions, group and one-on-one feedback, lesson planning workshops, and six hours of observed teaching practice to real life English language learners.

The course is both for people with no prior teaching experience, as well as experienced teachers who want a more formal ELT training, or want to achieve the mist recognised certificate to further advance their career.



Find a TEFL Job Post CELTA

As a StudyCELTA trainee, you will be able to sign up for free to our TEFL jobs website 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 Entry Criteria

Candidates must:

  • be at least 18 years of age
  • have a good educational background (having finish secondary school or possess the necessary qualifications to apply for university).
  • have an excellent command of written and spoken English (for non-native speakers, CEFR C2, Cambridge CPE or IELTS 7.5)

CELTA Course Content

The course is divided into:

1. Language Analysis

These sessions develop an ability to analyse language in terms of meaning, form, sound and usage mainly focus on grammar and pronunciation.

2. Methodology

These sessions cover:

  • different approaches to language teaching techniques for presentation and practice of new language
  • classroom management
  • lesson-planning
  • use of commercially produced and authentic materials developing listening, reading and writing skills

3. Teaching Practice

Each trainee is required to complete a minimum of 6 hours observed teaching practice with classes of adult learners.

4. Observation of experienced Teachers

This involves observing Language Centre teachers for a total of 8 hours during the course.

CELTA Course Assessment

Assessment is continuous and is based on:

  • performance in Teaching Practice an ability to evaluate one’s own lessons the quality/punctuality of written assignments
  • lesson plans
  • participation in all aspects of the course attendance, which is expected to be 100%

It is possible to pass the course at three levels: Pass A - Pass B - Pass

The final grades are awarded by the tutors and ratified by the visiting Cambridge assessor after the course.

How to Apply for the CELTA in Warsaw, Poland

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 a non-refundable deposit.

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