English Teacher Training Lviv
About the Training Centre in Lviv
Our centre in Lviv is located in old Lviv, just 10 minutes walk from the Opera House. The centre has recently been renovated and modernised and has 7 spacious classrooms as well as a teachers' room and a large office area. The centre also boasts Delta qualified teachers and a multilingual staff.
With its UNESCO listed old centre and its abundant cafes and bars, Lviv is one of the best places in Europe to spend a month while taking a CELTA course. The cost of living is cheap and, for those who prefer an outdoors lifestyle, the mountains are only a couple of miles away.
Employment and Job Counselling
During the course, especially during the CELTA course, there is time devoted to provide you with useful information about how, where and when to look for teaching work after the course in Ukraine and all around the world. The CELTA qualification is the most prestigious and the most well-known of all the TEFL courses, and is recognised all over the world, not only in Ukraine. This mean that with the CELTA qualification, numerous TEFL job opportunities are available all over the world.
There is a lot of scope for career advancement within this teacher training centre and following the CELTA, teachers can continue and study for the Delta in order to advance into school management positions.
We encourage trainees to keep in touch with us after they have finished their course, either so we can advise them on how to go on to do the Delta course, or give advice on finding work.
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.
Accommodation in Lviv
We recommend candidates book accommodation through AirBnB.
Lviv and Surroundings
This UNESCO World Heritage city has all of the charm of old Central European towns. Located in Western Ukraine, the historic city centre survived occupations by Soviets and Germans during World War II and boasts cold winters and mild summers. The cultural city is attractive to tourists and locals alike, with several institutes of higher education and a growing IT sector. With quaint, colourful architecture, picturesque parks and an abundance of theatres, it's one of Ukraine's biggest tourist destinations. Find out more about Lviv on their tourism page.