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CELTA | Cambridge English Teaching
The Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) is an initial teaching qualification awarded by the University of Cambridge Examinations Syndicate in the UK. Internationally, it is one of the most widely recognised qualifications of its level.
CELTA preparation courses are run in over 300 centres in over 60 countries. The course is primarily practical in nature. It focuses on how to teach English to adult learners rather than educational theory.
- Yes, I would take it again!
- The tutors are fantastic.
- Thank you so much. I feel much better prepared now.
- This course has motivated me to improve my teaching.
- 10/10. I’m really glad I decided to take this course.
- Very well organised.
- It makes you feel more self-confident.
- I feel I learned more in a month than a whole college degree.
As Teachers we can never forget the basics that will make our language lessons successful, no matter how obvious they may seem. On these videos you will find the top 20 tips every teacher should bear in mind every time they step in a classroom. Enjoy these teaching videos!
CELTA Lenguas Vivas
CELTA with Lenguas Vivas in Valencia
Lenguas-Vivas has been offering English language education in Valencia since 1990 and is one of the leaders in its field. Since 2011 the school has been working in partnership with Cambridge English Language Assessment as a centre for English Language Qualifications, including all the Cambridge Suite examinations.
Valencia is Spain’s third city with a lively cosmopolitan atmosphere. The climate can best be described as ‘amazing’, allowing residents to enjoy the beaches almost year round.
Valencia has a busy cultural life. Districts like Barrio del Carmen, Ruzafa and El Cabanyal provide a wide choice of restaurants, bars and clubs. There are concerts at the Palau de la Música, three foreign language cinemas, and excellent museums. The city has two football teams in La Liga, Valencia FC and Levante, and tickets are available. The opera house attracts international stars, as does the music festival at Benicassim every July; recent headliners include The Arctic Monkeys, The Stone Roses and The Killers. There really is something for everybody.
The city’s fiestas are world famous, particularly Las Fallas in March, when enormous statues are built across the city and then burnt on the 19th. The city surrenders itself to a week of fireworks, bonfires and parties that cannot be missed.