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English Teacher Training Los Angeles

About the Center in Los Angeles, California

The CELTA training center in Los Angeles is located at in Koreatown, downtown Los Angeles. As you would expect from any CELTA teacher training facility, the LA training center is well equipped with everything CELTA trainees will need during the course. WIFI access, computers, photocopying and printing facilities are must haves when preparing and adapting lessons and materials. All trainees have ample access to the space and facilities they need.

If you're hungry and need to pop out for a snack, the training centre in Los Angeles is a minute away from a shopping and dining area.

Our English Teacher Trainers in Los Angeles

Our course instructors are CELTA and Delta graduates, as well as MA in TESOL graduates. Each instructor is a qualified CELTA tutor with more than 10 years of experience in teaching English as a second language and in teacher training.


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.

Accommodations 2021

Economy Options:

  • Oasis Hostel: Located in Koreatown, the Oasis Hostel offers shared dorms, shared kitchen and bath, free wifi and BBQ facilities.

Mid-range Options:

  • Ramada Los Angeles/Wilshire: Koreatown, free wifi, walking distance to Teaching House Los Angeles
  • East-West Hotel: Koreatown, free wifi, free parking (!) in a 1920's themed hotel

If You Feel Like Pampering Yourself:

  • The Line LA: Koreatown

Airbnb and Craigslist

Good options for sublets and long-term rentals, but check things out carefully.

If what you see here doesn't exactly suit your needs, you can discuss your needs with your tutors.

Koreatown, Los Angeles, California, and Surroundings

Koreatown in Los Angeles is a real LA story. It's been a "scene" in the 1920's and 30's and had period of mass immigration, unrest and resurrection. Today, this part of town is a favourite for a lot of locals keen to try out it's fantastic food and soak up the vibes.

Koreatown is west of downtown and south of Hollywood and is considered part of the Mid-Wilshire district. Wherever you go in Koreatown, you'll hear Korean, Spanish and English, and often a mashup of all three languages, which, as a budding applied linguist, should really fascinate you. It's called translanguaging and is very cool!

And as a result of these influences, just for your taste buds, you get some of L.A.'s most recognized food, such as Roy Choi's Kogi tacos. Hmmmm.

One thing though. Koreatown doesn't sleep. Choose a quiet spot to get some good rest and wait for AFTER the CELTA course to try out the nightlife ūüėČ Just saying.

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