CELTA is the most recognised English teaching qualification in the world. Provided by the University of Cambridge, it is ideal for both beginners and experienced teachers seeking employment at top schools. Required by all of the most prestigious language centre employers in the world, CELTA is your key to landing a great teaching job anywhere you please.

Why Earn a CELTA?

Global employability

A prestigious qualification issued by the University of Cambridge will help you with your next transition abroad to your dream destination. Italy, Thailand, Argentina.. you name it!

Most Commonly Required ESL Teaching Qualification in the World

About 70% of employers worldwide now require the certification, and 90% of employers require it in England.

Meet People From All Corners of the Globe!

CELTA teachers form a great community sharing the same interests: a passion for teaching, sharing their culture, and travelling.

Why Are CELTA & Angloville References on the ESL Certifications Market?

Key Benefits

What to Expect

What is CELTA?

The CELTA course introduces practising and aspiring teachers to the fundamentals of effective teaching and gives trainees a scope of pedagogical techniques and real-life practical experience. CELTA students gain teaching observation experience and real-life practice from highly qualified and experienced teachers accredited by the University of Cambridge

Due to the practice-oriented nature of the course, you will quickly be able to apply your newly-gained knowledge and effective teaching skills to novice and advanced English learners (adult and young learners)

The CELTA programme is an intensive experience and typically runs for 4 weeks with six-hour days and self-study time at home, including lesson planning for the teaching practicum and several written assignments.  A part-time training option is also available (14-17 weeks). Both native English speakers and non-native speakers with fluency are eligible to enrol. 

About Our CELTA Training Partner Institute

Our CELTA course is delivered to you thanks to our partnership with ITTC (International Teaching And Training Centre). ITTC is one of the UK’s largest teacher training centres and is fully accredited by the University of Cambridge.  Established in 1984,  it is known for its high-quality standards and small tutor-to-student ratio, which results in a 98% pass rate.

Course Details

120-hour live course with CELTA tutors

  • Live instruction by tutors accredited by the University of Cambridge
  • Tutorial support and consultation
  • 6 hours of observing lessons taught by experienced ELT professionals 
  • 80 additional learning hours for pre-course preparation, reading, research, written assignments, lesson preparation, etc.
  • Online full-time training (4 weeks)
  • Online part-time training  (14-17 weeks)
  • 1:6 teacher to student ratio (1 CELTA tutor for a maximum of  6 trainees per group)
  • Lesson planning guidance
  • 6 hours of real-life teaching practice
  • Reflection and feedback sessions
  • Language analysis and awareness
  • Language skills: reading, listening, speaking, and writing
  • Advanced teaching skills and professionalism
  • Written assessment 
  • Graded teaching practice
  • Age 18+
  • Excellent command of the English language (CEFR level of C1 or above)
  • Level of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education (i.e., secondary school diploma or equivalent)

Last course!  Last available spots! 

  • 7 September – 14 December 202

Our CELTA Formula & Pricing

Angloville and ITTC offer 100% online CELTA courses, starting every month until June 2021, with 4, 5, 14, and 17-week options. 

The course we offer is very practical and from the start you’ll be teaching real international English learners over Zoom. It’s a really gratifying experience and, although it requires some personal investment, your tutors will always provide guidance and support.



Application Process


The CELTA course offers real professional training which can lead to real job opportunities once you’ve graduated. Another plus is that CELTA trainees are not necessarily asked to be English native speakers. However, time and energy are required for this investment in yourself and your future!

Our course is ideal for:  

  • Angloville participants wanting to start a new teaching career
  • Experienced teachers who want to increase their skills
  • Teachers who want to travel and teach English


  • Age 18+
  • Level of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education (i.e., secondary school diploma or equivalent)
  • Excellent command of the English language (CEFR level of C1 or above)

Most of our Angloville participants have chosen to take the CELTA course because they are very interested in pursuing a career which allows them to travel and meet people while making a living. CELTA helps skyrocket a teacher’s employability. It could help you make a transition abroad to your dream country: why not Italy, Thailand, or Argentina? The options are endless!

The CELTA course will give you the tools you need to work in another country and experience another way of life. You can extend your travels to dozens of countries where highly qualified English teachers are in demand. Immersing yourself in another culture is not only a lot of fun, but it can also be an excellent formative experience that employers value worldwide.

Here are some of the decisive points for successful CELTA alumni who now teach around the world: 

  1. The most widely recognised ESL teaching qualification in the world: Considered the best preparation for English teaching by employers across the world. 
  2. Teach anywhere across the globe: Italy, China, Thailand, Argentina… just pick a destination! CELTA gives you total freedom of location with a globally recognized qualification. 
  3. University of Cambridge Accredited Qualification: Our CELTA is accredited by Cambridge English Language Assessment, which is part of the prestigious University of Cambridge, in England.
  4. Required by top international employers: CELTA is the most frequently required qualification in the UK and worldwide by language schools. Statistically, it is required by 9 out of 10 employers in England, and 7 out of 10 employers worldwide. 
  5. Develop your skills and grow as a person: Our training will help you develop soft skills (active listening, negotiation, time management, etc.) and hard skills (public speaking, giving presentations, management, etc.), which are invaluable assets to all employers across all industries.
  6. Meet people from all corners of the globe: CELTA teachers form a great community of people sharing the same interests: a passion for teaching, sharing their culture, and travelling. You are likely to meet and make some very good friends among your fellow teachers and local students.
  7. Network and make valuable contacts in the teaching industry: Meeting new CELTA teachers and experienced international teachers is an amazing source of networking possibilities and useful contacts. They know where to apply, which schools are best, what it’s like teaching in different countries. Most are more than willing to share their professional, educational, and travel tips! 
  8. Flexible working roles: Working as a CELTA teacher offers you a lot of flexibility to live your life as you choose. Some teachers like roles paid by the hour so they can choose the number of billable hours and then spend the rest of their time travelling or working on other professional or educational projects. Others prefer full-time jobs with monthly salaries and holiday leaves. 
  9. Career development: The CELTA qualification can lead you beyond a traditional teaching career. You can make your own path and career development. Some teaching positions and roles may include new teacher induction and training, school management assistance, international business development, educational materials writing, exams and assessments, and even social media management and marketing.
  10. No expiration date: You will be qualified to teach English for the rest of your life! A CELTA qualification gives you a life-long employment option that you can take and leave at any stage of life.

Angloville and ITTC offer an all-online CELTA course, including teaching practice to real English learners from all across the world. You can take our training from anywhere, from the comfort of your home in 4 or 5 weeks only (full-time course) or in 14 or 17 weeks according to your needs and availability. The online delivery offer is limited to the first half of 2021 only. 

What are the immediate benefits? 

  • Complete training for online and face-to-face teaching 
  • CELTA course available from all the corners of the world 
  • CELTA courses starting every month 
  • Affordable course fees
  • No relocation expenses 
  • No hidden costs or fees 

All elements of our CELTA course will be delivered online and the qualification itself has exactly the same depth of study and recognition as the face-to-face option.

Created in 1984 and based in Bournemouth, England, ITTC has always been involved in the development and piloting of the University of Cambridge teaching qualifications, such as CELTA and Delta.

ITTC has a 98% pass rate due to the unique level of support they provide and their more than 36 years of teacher training experience. With hundreds of alumni annually, the centre has received an average recommendation rating of 4.6 on specialised educational portals.

Why do I have to pay a deposit before the interview? 

We want to work with committed individuals who will truly benefit from the programme. At the time of booking, Angloville immediately books your hotel accommodation and the food package with the selected venues. Your deposit will be used to cover these costs in case you decide to cancel. 

What is the general refund policy of the course? 

Your deposit will be fully refunded if you do not qualify for the course. If you do, the amount will go towards your the total cost of the CELTA course. 

What exactly can you do with a CELTA qualification? Teaching English is the most common thing to do after completing the CELTA course. You can apply to an international language school and teach English in a classroom in Europe, Asia or South America. Check out our paid positions here. 

 You may also be interested in teaching private lessons and working as a freelancer. This is particularly motivating and rewarding, especially if you like to be your own boss. Why not teach online while travelling the world? 

 Both of these types of roles will help you quickly gain enough teaching experience to attract future employment offers at prestigious schools in virtually any country you want to live in.

There is a range of additional roles and opportunities you may also be interested in: 

  • Teaching English abroad on working holidays 
  • Working in publishing (both freelance and full time)
  • Taking the DELTA course
  • Becoming a teacher trainer
  • Opening a language school