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Training Centre in Cebu, Philippines
- Near the Cebu Country Club
- Stylish modern facilities fully equipped for training
- Shopping malls and transport links nearby
The training centre in Cebu is a stylish and modern facility. Students will find that they can enjoy their surroundings on the weekends and before and after their course in the surrounding seaside resorts at very reasonable prices. The campus includes custom-designed classrooms, lounges and dining areas all with great views from the 16th floor. The centre is located close to shops, services and restaurants. Also nearby are shopping malls and transport links.
Accommodation in Cebu for Trainees
The teacher training centre in Cebu will be able to advise about accommodation options for trainees for their face-to-face or mixed mode CELTA courses in Cebu. Applicants can discuss their accommodation needs during their interview with the CELTA course tutor, part of the free application process.
About Cebu and Surroundings
The city of Cebu is known locally as the "Queen City of the South". Cebu was the first Spanish settlement during colonisation of the Philippines and therefore holds some of its most iconic points of heritage. The city is a major trading port and is home to the Philippines' fastest-growing industries. Cebu is a multicultural and progressive city with a mixture of urban vibes and provincial style, this makes it a popular destination due to its mix of the old with the new.
Getting to Cebu, Philippines
By Air There are daily flights to Cebu via the Mactan-Cebu International Airport from key cities in the country, as well as scheduled flights from Hongkong, Singapore, Narita in Japan and Incheon, South Korea.
By Land Buses bound for Cebu leave from Dumaguete, Oriental Negros and Bacolod, Negros Occidental every hour. It is also possible to take your car here via a Roll On-Roll Off (RORO) ferry.
By Sea The Cebu City Port service the inter-island sea vessels on the Cebu-Manila-Cebu route from the different major cities in the Visayas and Mindanao.
Getting Around Cebu
Most people in Cebu prefer to get around in a taxi as there is a wide coverage and they are cheap and efficient. Most taxi drivers in Cebu know where everything is and the taxis are known to be safe. Also, people get around in Jeepneys (a type of bus), however, these tend to be very busy and stuffy during rush hour. You can wave them down just like a taxi and shout "Lugar Lang!" to get off. You can get buses around to other parts of the island from the Cebu South Bus Terminal.
You can also find out more about Cebu, via this Lonely Planet guide.