English Teacher Training Madrid
Teacher Training in Madrid, Spain
The teacher training centre in Madrid has been about for over 30 years and has trained more than 320,000 students. There is easy access to public transport (the nearest metro stop is Alonso Martinez) and students have free access to a large amount of teaching resources which include:
- Research library, DVDs etc
- Modern air-conditioned classrooms with the latest technology
- Centrally located accommodation
- Job seeking advice and support
Our students have access to centres in central locations, modern designs, open 14 hours a day and on Saturday morning, with 82 soundproofed classrooms, air conditioned and equipped with the latest audiovisual media.
Employment and Job Counselling
The CELTA qualification is the most well-known and the most prestigious of all the TEFL courses and is recognised by Language Centres all around the world - which means that so many job opportunities become available not only in Spain but all around the world.
English is becoming more and more sought after in Spain, and TEFL jobs are becoming more and more abundant.
A part of the CELTA course is dedicated to giving advice on how to look for work after the course so you are well prepared. And if you decide to further your qualifications, please keep in touch and once you have 2 years' post-CELTA teaching experience under your belt you can also go on to take the Delta course with us!
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.
Madrid and Surroundings
The Capital of Spain is one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan cities in the world, well-known as the liveliest in Europe. It is located in the birthplace of the Spanish Language, Castilian. Madrid also hosts several of the most important collections of art in the world.
Living in Madrid means being connected to the vibrant and glamour of the largest metropolis in the South of Europe, surrounded by a wealth of historical, cultural and artistic treasures. You have all of this and more under a constant deep blue sky!
How much money should I bring for my first month in Spain?
You'll need money to pay for accommodation – around €610 for 4 weeks plus €62 set up charge if you decide to use our service. Some other indications of the cost of living:
Food: A 'menu del día' - a set meal in a reasonable restaurant near the school - is around €10. Eating out in the evening can be anything from €12-15 or more. Cooking in your accommodation is obviously much cheaper.
Drinks: A beer or coke etc is around €2.50 depending on where you drink it. Spirits are more expensive and drinks in a club can be over €10 each if you're not careful.
Transport: The metro and bus system (if you need to use it) is very cheap - €12.20 for a ten-trip pass.
Other expenses: Allow around €20 euros a day on average, or around €550 for the month doing the course, which is what past trainees say they spend during the course.
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Blog articles about Spain
In the last few years the stories making the headlines regarding Spain have all been rather gloomy and with youth unemployment close to 50% and many having seen the value of their homes slashed by up to 50%, you would be forgiven for thinking that Spain may not be the most ideal location to move to in search of work. Read more...