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The University of Cambridge CELTA Course is the most widely recognised English language teaching qualification worldwide. Our school is the longest running CELTA Centre in Dublin and we offer both full time and part time CELTA Courses. Each CELTA course run at International House Dublin is externally moderated by a University of Cambridge ESOL Assessor. This guarantees that all of our candidates receive the best standard in course content, trainers and facilities.
The CELTA course is aimed at a range of people including:
> Candidates who are entirely new to teaching.
> Candidates who have taught languages, but with little or no previous training.
> Candidates who have taught other subjects and wish to take up language teaching.
> Candidates who have received previous training in language teaching but feel the need for a refresher course, for a more practical qualification, or for a more internationally recognized qualification.
FULL-TIME COURSE DATES & FEES
PART-TIME / ONLINE COURSE DATES & FEES
Full-time Courses (4 weeks):
Monday - Friday, 09.00-17.30
Location - Dublin
4th - 29th January
1st - 26th February
1st - 26th March
6th - 30th April
4th - 28th May
8th June - 2nd July
5th - 30th July
9th August - 3rd September
6th September - 1st October
4th October - 29th October
8th November - 3rd December
Full-time Course Fee: €1825.00
(This includes the Cambridge assessment fee, registration fee and materials fee)
Part-time / Online (blended) CELTA (15 WEEKS)*
Part-time / Online Course Fee: €1825.00
(This includes Cambridge fees, registration fee and materials fee)
Spring Course Online/ PT course:
Online: 8th February – 21st May
Teaching Practice Blocks:
Week 1 - 8th – 12th March
Week 2 - 12th – 16th April
Autumn Course Online/ PT course:
Online: 30th August - 10th December
Teaching Practice Blocks
Week 1 - 4th - 8th October
Week 2 - 1st - 5th November
*The content, requirements and assessment are the same for full-time and part-time / online CELTA.
As a result, on the official CELTA certificate, it does not state the mode of study and does not differentiate.