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    Celta cert


    I am new to the forum.

    Just to cut a long story short I do not have Celta or similar qualifications and would like to go for it but the course is quite pricey for me at the moment and I found adverts for teaching jobs where B+ was a must a little confused and worried.

    I have read all the relevant literature on the Cambridge website but I would love practical advice especially from those who took the course and can give me some help.
    What's the initial interview like?
    How does the course work?
    Is there anything I can do before I start to be as ready as possible?

    Any practical help would be a blessing!


    Ps are welcome

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    Re: Celta cert

    Passing the CELTA is good enough for many jobs in many countries.

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