Category Archives: Teacher Training

How to Prepare for your CELTA course

So you’ve made the decision to take a CELTA course. Well done.  Not only have you considerably increased your chances of finding a teaching job anywhere in the world, but you’ll feel prepared and ready to take on your teaching … Continue reading

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6 Reasons to Do a BSC CELTA

Expertise. We have specialist Teacher Training centres in London, Oxford, York, Manchester and Edinburgh, offering a range of resources and expertise. We offer not just the CELTA but a whole range of TT programmes which gives our teacher training branch … Continue reading

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7 Reasons to do CELTA with British Study Centres

At British Study Centres we offer a range of Teacher Training courses designed to suit the needs of teachers at every stage of their career, both in the UK and abroad. Our CELTA courses are one of the most popular … Continue reading

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How to Succeed on Your CELTA Course

The CELTA course is a valuable investment of both money and time. Follow our handy tips below to help you make the most of your time on the CELTA course, so that when you finish you will be ready to teach, anywhere in the … Continue reading

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Student Stories: Technology in the Classroom Course

What’s covered in the BSC Technology in the Classroom course? Earlier this month, we said goodbye to Marjorie and Silvana, two primary school teachers from France, who attended our Technology in the Classroom course in Oxford. We covered a lot … Continue reading

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Primary School Visit

Our language teaching methodology group took a trip to see morning lessons at Bessemer Grange Primary School in south London. All the French primary school teachers in the group agreed that this trip was a fantastic opportunity for them to get an insight into how the English education system works. Continue reading

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