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  • Luz
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    5 April, 2009 at 5:47
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    Hi everybody, I’m Luz from Mexico and I’d like to know what’s the difference between CELTA and ICELT? also if anybody could give me a rationale for ICELT. thanks

    Keith
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    5 April, 2009 at 8:28
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    Hi Luz

    CELTA is an initial qualification designed for people with no (or little) teaching experience.

    ICELT is designed for people already teaching English in different contexts, to develop their skills and knowledge.

    See the Cambridge ESOL site for more information.

    Keith

    teachs09
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    4 July, 2009 at 7:23
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    CELTA is an international TEFL training and certification program.It is recognized by TEFL employers worldwide, including language schools.This program is not available via any form of distance learning.But ICELT is ideal if you are already teaching English in a specific context — e.g. teaching adults or young learners in the private sector, teaching within a university environment, teaching primary or secondary school learners. This qualification can help you to deepen your knowledge and develop your ability to reflect on and improve your teaching.

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