CELTA Centre Diagnostic Test

Take a moment to answer these questions for your centre.

First you’ll need to do a little research into the local market. The questions also get your considering what a CELTA centre needs and your school’s position and resources to provide.

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1. How far away is the nearest CELTA centre from your school in kilometres? ¦ How many full time and/ or part time CELTA courses were offered by this school in the past year? These issues need to be considered as part of an initial market analysis. ¦ 2. What other ELT courses are offered in your city (London TESOL, Trinity CertTESOL etc.) that might impact on your market?
These groups should be at 2 different levels e.g. Elementary and Intermediate+. The trainees will be observed teaching them by the trainers.
To be accepted for the CELTA course, applicants must fulfil the following criteria: A minimum age of 20* at the start of the CELTA course ¦ A good standard of education* (e.g. having gained university entrance qualifications, completed High School) ¦ Awareness and high level of competence in written and spoken English in order to be able to follow the course and prepare for teaching a range of levels ¦ For non-native speakers, the required command of English is that of Proficiency (CPE) or C1 within the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), i.e. close to native speaker's competence. ¦ No previous teaching experience required ¦ *Applicants who are not at least 20 years old or who have not gained university entrance qualifications may be admitted at the discretion of the Course Coordinator.