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Please contact us on 0845 130 4775 (UK) or +44 1273 830 960 (International) or info@cactustefl.com to register your interest. Remember to quote the course reference code C0-6892.

Cambridge CELTA (Online)

Course ref: 6892
Course Type: Cambridge CELTA
Location: Manchester, United Kingdom
Min Age: 18
Maximum Class Size: 12
Exam Board Fee Included:
Class Times: 10:00 - 17:30 (UK Time)

Important Information

Course is entirely online (all sessions + teaching practice).

10% OFF Tuition Fees - for all applicants who apply through Cactus TEFL only.

School Details - Manchester

Established in 1991 the school is the longest established private English language school in the city. It is located in central Manchester close to all the main train and bus stations, cafes, bars and shops.

The CELTA courses are validated by the University of Cambridge English Language Assessment which has a well-earned reputation for academic excellence; its qualifications are recognised and accepted by teaching institutions world-wide.

The school was voted Best CELTA Training Centre in the UK 2013 by Cambridge English Language Assessment at their Centenary Conference in April 2013.

Course Description

The Online CELTA course is the exact same high-quality programme as the face-to-face course at our Teacher Training centres but delivered completely online.

You receive the same highly-regarded CELTA qualification
You complete the same course curriculum
You are taught by the same experienced, supportive team

The Online CELTA course also includes sessions on how to teach online and includes a pre-course Tech Orientation Week. These special workshops run one week before the CELTA course and train attendees in using online tools essential for the CELTA course. This allows trainees to be fully prepared and confident when the course starts.

Technical orientation week - These special workshops run one week before the CELTA course and train students in using online tools essential for the CELTA course

CELTA is a course giving you a thorough grounding in all aspects of teaching the English language to adults. One of the most widely taken qualifications of its kind, thousands of people each year choose CELTA to open up a world of exciting English language teaching opportunities. Part of the University of Cambridge and validated by Cambridge English Language Assessment, the Cambridge CELTA course is recognised and accepted by teaching institutions worldwide.

Course Content
Technical orientation As part of the package you can take part in the pre-course Tech Orientation Week for candidates who wish to have some training with our online platforms. This will allow you to be fully prepared and confident when the course starts.

Teaching Practice The course is very practical in nature and teaching practice takes place using Zoom under the guidance of your tutor. Course time is set aside for the preparation of these lessons and your tutor will assist and guide you throughout your time with us. You will gain experience in teaching at two distinct levels.

Language Awareness This component is designed to familiarise trainees with aspects of the English language. It focuses on grammar and structure (form), meaning in context (function) and the sound system of the English language (phonology).

Written Assignments Candidates need to complete 4 written assignments which range from formal language analysis to a study of teaching materials. They are graded on a pass or fail basis and candidates must pass 3 out of 4 assignments.

Methodology of Language Teaching & Learning This involves the analysis and appreciation of various methods, styles and strategies for both language teaching and learning. You are also introduced to a range of teaching aids and classroom management techniques.

Live Online Observations During the course you will be timetabled for 6 hours of live online observation. This will give you the opportunity to see experienced teachers in action. These observations are complemented by specific observation tasks, which will be referred to throughout the course.

Applicants must:

- Be at least 18 (it is generally recommended that candidates should be aged 20 or over, but candidates aged between 18 and 20 can be accepted at the centre's discretion)
- Have an awareness of language and a competence in both written and spoken English, which will enable them to undertake the course and prepare for teaching a range of levels (C1 on the CEFR)
- Have the potential to develop the necessary skills to become effective teachers and to complete successfully the written assignments and the assessment of practical teaching


10:00 - 17:30 (UK Time)

Customer Feedback

Very good, very great input sessions. A thoroughly rewarding experience!!!
-Philip Dickie-

The course was very intensive which I was fully aware of before I started. Even though the workload was heavy I found the course very stimulating and engaging. I enjoyed the teaching practice. Overall a very positive experience.
-Catherine Anderson-

The school and the quality of trainers were to the highest of standards. They always had time to help us trainees when we needed it. The course was intensive, as it suggests, and it did not let up for the four weeks. The amount of work was however worth it, as I learned a lot about how to teach EFL, and has given me a real enthusiasm to go out and find work within the TEFL industry.
-Matthew Todd-

Teaching was first class and the level of support was excellent. I enjoyed the whole course, well worth the cost!
-Sue Badger-

Help for Jobs

The CELTA course includes a session on Future opportunities: A career in EFL. The session takes place at the end of the course and aims to provide guidance on how to look for a job. Interview format as well as possible questions are also discussed in order to further clarify the process of job seeking.

In addition, trainees are given details of vacancies that may be going at the time and directed to take a closer look at the jobs board in the training room. The school has regular contact with various recruitment agencies and schools worldwide and whenever details of jobs are passed on to us they are posted on the jobs board.

We are not a recruitment agency and therefore we cannot guarantee that we will find a job for trainees on successful completion of the course. However, we do give help and offer practical advice in the later stages of each course.

How to Apply

1. Choose the start date which interests you. If you’re still unsure, please choose an approximate date for now – you will be able to specify later.
2. Register your details with Cactus TEFL (1 minute) to help us track your application.
3. Download the application form and save it on your computer.
4. Complete it offline in your own time
5. Go back to www.cactustefl.com, sign in and submit your completed form.

You can also submit an application by email. We will explain how to do this on the application form. Please contact us if you have any problems with the application procedure.

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