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CELTA ist das "Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults". Es ist wie das DELTA-Zertifikat eine Prüfung für Englischlehrer. Es richtet sich an Personen mit guter Allgemeinbildung und muttersprachähnlichen Englischkenntnissen. Dieses Zertifikat wird weltweit von Organisationen, die Englischlehrer einstellen, akzeptiert.
Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults
(text taken from cambridgeesol.org)
Teaching English to speakers of other languages can be a highly rewarding career, offering you the chance to live and work abroad. You will need an internationally recognised teaching qualification, and CELTA - highly regarded throughout the world - gives you the skills you need and will make it easier to get a teaching job anywhere.
What is CELTA?
CELTA is an initial qualification for people with little or no previous teaching experience and opens up a whole world of exciting teaching opportunities. Because it is awarded by Cambridge ESOL, part of the world famous University of Cambridge, you can rely on its quality and recognition.
CELTA can also be taken as Module One of the Certificate in Further Education Teaching Stage 3 with the Certificate for ESOL Subject Specialists, which is a qualification for teachers who want to specialise in teaching English in Further, Adult and Community Education in England and Wales.
Over 10,000 people successfully complete a CELTA course each year.
How does CELTA relate to TEFL/TESOL?
'TEFL' or 'TESOL' are terms often used to describe qualifications for English Language teachers. CELTA, the best known and most widely taken initial TESOL/TEFL qualification of its kind in the world, was previously known as CTEFLA and the 'RSA certificate'.
Who is CELTA for?
People starting a career in English Language teaching
You may be considering a career in English Language teaching and view CELTA as an entry into a good teaching position in another country, or you may be a graduate wanting a qualification that provides a sound basis in the fundamentals of language teaching practice and gives you the confidence to take control in the classroom.
People looking for a career change or career break
Increasingly, CELTA candidates are professionals either looking for a new career opportunity or wanting a short break in their existing career. Many seek the exciting opportunities of living and working abroad. Whether you wish to teach English for the short or long term, CELTA gives you the training you need to help you adjust to a dynamic and challenging new profession.
People teaching English without formal qualifications
CELTA can also be a useful qualification for teachers who have little previous formal training. CELTA sharpens your teaching practice, confirms your ability, and may even lead to internal promotion or a better teaching job.
People who want to work in Further, Adult and Community Education in England and Wales
CELTA is also Module One of a two-module course leading to the following qualifications:
These qualifications meet the UK government's teacher training requirements for people who want to work in this sector.
What does CELTA involve?
You can take CELTA full time (typically four to five weeks), or part time (from a few months to over a year). Your chosen course:
There are five main units of learning:
You will be assessed throughout the course, with no final examination. An external assessor, appointed by Cambridge ESOL, moderates each course. There are two components of assessment:
To be awarded the certificate you must pass both components. There are three grades - Pass, Pass 'B' and Pass 'A'.
Who recognises CELTA?
CELTA is accepted throughout the world by organisations which employ English Language teachers. The Cambridge CELTA has been accredited by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) at level 4 on the National Qualifications Framework. Cambridge ESOL also works with international ELT organisations to ensure the acceptance of CELTA globally.
Am I eligible to apply?
Ideally you should:
Centres may still accept you if you do not have formal qualifications at this level but can demonstrate that you would be likely to complete the course successfully. Some centres may, at their discretion, accept applicants aged between 18 and 20.
How do I apply?
CELTA courses are designed by individual centres, based on specifications produced by Cambridge ESOL.
You can find courses in the Sprachenmarkt database. Klick on"Suche durch gezielte Datenbankabfrage" and choose there "Prüfungsvorbereitung auf".
Or just contact us.