CELTA Galapagos Teaching English
Would you like to qualify to be a teacher and make a difference to a precious community?
If you want to do something different, memorable and truly rewarding, CELTA Galapagos has two new programmes in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Galapagos Islands that will change both your life and that of the locals.
Located off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Islands form a biological marine reserve that is known the world over for its unique flora and fauna – famous examples being the giant tortoise, the marine iguana and the blue-footed booby.
People have visited the Galapagos for many years to enjoy its stunning and remote natural environment. Few, however, have the opportunity to give something back to this protected archipelago of volcanic islands – the so-called ‘land of craters’ as it was described by the naturalist Charles Darwin. This is where our fabulous courses on Isla Santa Cruz change things.
Am I eligible to apply for the CELTA?
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.
Interested in this; ready to enquire?
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