StudyCELTA is the world’s leading English teacher training agency, specialising in University of Cambridge ESOL courses such as CELTA and DELTA. Established in 2003 with only two partner centres, today, the company works with over 120 centres across 35+ countries, recruiting students of more than 85 different nationalities.
We have more than 20 years’ experience in course promotion, student management, sales and marketing. We pride ourselves in our expert knowledge and ability to address the needs of prospective English teachers. We guide, inform and encourage them throughout the application process, as well as in preparation for the CELTA and life after training. We achieve this through our personal contact with candidates, free webinars and our sister projects: TEFLWork and ELTCampus.
TEFLwork is more than an online jobs platform. We cater to CELTA (or equivalent and higher) and DELTA qualified English teachers looking for work. Launched in 2015, the company’s extensive database of trained and experienced teachers grows by the hundred every month, becoming an invaluable resource for some of the top schools, universities and other ELT organisations, looking to hire English teachers with highly-coveted qualifications. Our reach through our sister project StudyCELTA also helps us target potential job candidates directly.
Our experts attend CELTA courses on the ground as well as online and talk about careers in ELT as well as run free workshops (e.g. the CV and Cover Letter lab) to help teachers feel better prepared and well-orientated in their hunt for jobs.
ELTcampus is our collaborating partner, offering fully online teacher training and development. They cater to CELTA trainee teachers looking to prepare themselves for the CELTA programme and to qualified teachers looking of extra training in specialised teaching areas such as exams and young learners. Launched in 2014, the company’s flagship course for CELTA preparation was quickly recognised for its innovation in the field (e.g. British Council ELTON awards nominated) at a time when the profile of teacher trainees was changing and they needed extra support to perform well on the CELTA course. Since then working with teachers / course writer specialists, they have launched teaching courses for young learners and teens, creativity in the classroom and teaching for exam (e.g. IELTS) courses for teachers.