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CAMBRIDGE CELTA
COURSE IN BRIGHTON

COURSE INFORMATION

Level
Native or Near-Native Speakers of English

Course Duration
4 weeks

Start dates
See below

Minimum age
18

Teaching English as a second language is an exciting and rewarding career choice. St Giles Brighton offers one of the most widely recognised TEFL awards; the Cambridge Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages – CELTA.

The CELTA course at St Giles Brighton includes a four-week programme of intensive study, six hours of teaching practice, observation of experienced teachers and coursework assignments. On successful completion of the course, you will receive an internationally recognised certificate, which can help you to find a good teaching job at a reputable school.

Find out more about the CELTA course content at St Giles Brighton.

BRIGHTON LOCATION

All students taking a CELTA course at St Giles Brighton can take advantage of the following facilities:

  • Self-Access Study Centre
  • Student computers & free Wi-Fi
  • Student Café
  • Library & student bookshop
  • Interactive whiteboards or projectors in all classrooms

St Giles Brighton is a great choice for CELTA students looking for a large city-centre school with a great nationality mix and lively atmosphere. The school is located right opposite the famous Royal Pavilion and only minutes away from the beach.

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Course Objectives

After you take a CELTA at St Giles Brighton, you should:

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"The CELTA course gave me the confidence and skills I needed to teach English, as well as lasting friends and colleagues. My observations have all been very positive which reinforces the quality of teacher training I received at St. Giles Brighton."

Christopher Roper