English Teacher Training Washington
About the Center
The teacher training center in Washington DC City is located on K Street.
Students who are looking to take a TESOL course here in Washington DC can expect excellent levels of personal attention and support with the world recognised CELTA qualification. People know the Cambridge moderated CELTA course for TESOL for its thorough teaching practice component and feedback (the maximum ratio of trainees to teacher trainers is 6:1).
You'll finish your course with a very clear idea of what it's like to teach English and what your strengths are. You'll also finish with lots of tools for teaching in different situations and advice for getting English teaching jobs.
- Prime location on downtown K Street, minutes from the White House
- Modern language learning facilities
- School surrounded by cafes, restaurants, night spots and music
Facilities of the Teacher Training Center in Washington DC:
- Free WiFi
- Student Computers
- Self-Access Center
- Interactive Whiteboard in every classroom with projectors
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 the USA and all around the world. Teaching English abroad depends on your rights to a working visa in that country.
There is a lot of scope for career advancement within this teacher training center and following the CELTA, teachers can continue and study for the Delta in order to advance into school management positions or deepen their theoretical knowledge with an MA TESOL.
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 CELTA Teacher Training Centre in Washington D.C has a variety of accommodation options for different budgets:
- Hostel Accommodation: $812 / 28 days (10 beds) - $1568 / 28 days (4 beds).
- Homestay: Twin (shared) room with shared bath - 700/month (negotiable)
Private room with private half bath and shared full bath - 950/month (negotiable)
Private room with queen bed and shared full bath - 990/month (negotiable)
- Bed n Breakfast: From $2500/ 28 days for shared bath, depending on time of year
- Furnished apartments: Studios available starting at $2850/ month, up to $4850/ month, depending on time of year
During your interview for the CELTA, you can ask the tutors for more detailed accommodation prices and options.
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