English Teacher Training Warsaw
About the English Teacher Training Centre in Warsaw, Poland
The teacher training centre was established over 25 years ago as one of Warsaw’s foremost English language academies. In 2013 it was named as a Platinum Centre, the highest accolade awarded by Cambridge ESOL. The centre is located in downtown Warsaw, on the border of fashionable Mokotów and Ochota green.
The training rooms, are cosy and comfortable, and have air conditioning and full multimedia equipment. The centre has coffee and tea facilities, a common/living room, free Wi-Fi, and television with English channels.
The teacher training centre in Warsaw is connected to a large network of other language schools across Poland and Europe, and can assist trainees in finding employment. The tutors are all highly experience ELT professionals, who hold well recognised certificates such as CELTA, Delta or Masters in TESOL, and have travelled and taught around the world.
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 centre can assist trainees in finding accommodation for the duration of the CELTA course to suit any budget. Warsaw has a much lower cost of living than most other European cities.
A good place to start is the website Labo Rooms: http://laborooms.com/
Warsaw and Surroundings
As Poland’s capital and largest city, there’s no shortage of things to see and do in Warsaw. The medieval city sits on the banks of the Vistula River, and is home to some 1.7 million people – making it one of the largest cities in Europe.
Much of the city’s historic centre was destroyed during the second world war, but has since been rebuilt and restored. The ancient marketplace, palaces and churches are vibrant, colourful and buzzing with life, and it’s not hard to stumble across a cheap hit or hidden laneway.
Across the river, the Praga district is home to cool street art, hip bars and quirky pubs, and the city is littered with fascinating pre and post-war museums.
Warsaw is home to over 300 language schools, where CELTA-trained teaches can easily find employment. The living cost, especially accommodation, are comparatively low, and the city’s central location means that it’s quick and cheap to access to other European capitals and countries.
For more information on Warsaw, have a look at the City of Warsaw visitor’s website.