This is a series of posts on the ins and outs of becoming a Celta trainer. You can find the previous posts here: part one, part two, part three. Pre-course? The purpose of the pre-course training phase is to familiarise you with the bulk of administrative and regulatory documentation produced by Cambridge Assessment and your […]
This is part three of a series of posts on the ins and outs of training to be a Celta trainer. You can find part one and part two by clicking on those blue links you have just read past. Go ahead and catch up; we’ll wait for you. The training plan? So, you have […]
This is part two in a series of posts describing and giving advice on the process of training to become a Celta trainer. You can catch up with Part 1 here. The training process? How you are trained will be the same whichever centre you train at. There will be a difference in how this […]
Hello! Welcome to Teacher Training Unplugged Radio – my name is Anthony Gaughan. (if you can’t see the podcast player above, click this link for the audio.) There has been quite a long gap between episodes as Christmas and New Year got in the way. I had to do something to convince Father Christmas that […]
On Thursday 28 June I was honoured to give my first webinar, asking the question what makes a lesson GREAT?, for the British Council Teaching English team.
Thanks go out to the 70 or so participants who gave up luchbreaks, dinner times or sleep to attend – I deeply appreciate it!
If you couldn’t make it, or if you would like to relive the experience, the recording of the whole session including Q&A is now online (duration: 67 minutes).
‘Til next time, all the best,