I am an English/EFL instructor with over five years of experience in three different institutions of higher education teaching Academic English and ESP courses to high school graduates and employees in tourism sector and the tertiary sector. Prior to teaching undergraduate students full time, I have taught at different levels ranging from ABC kindergarten to adult professionals of various fields of occupation. I am in the teaching profession, regularly updating my teaching skills through attending seminars and conferences. Teaching is already my career and I do not see myself venturing into other disciplines.
I am particularly interested in the CELTA course because of the course contents, its relevance to English language teaching, the certificate recognition, perhaps better teaching positions with more challenging portfolios in the future and most of all, self-fulfilment as one could not be more satisfied with a course regulated and assessed by the University of Cambridge and conducted by its affiliates.
Pursuing the CELTA course will enable me to become a certified and internationally recognised teacher of the English Language. The CELTA qualification, widely recognised in the international field of English teaching is a definite way to meet the growing 2 billion people learning the language for reasons of their own. It is also a passport to teaching overseas coupled with travelling and developing new skills. Enhancing my chances of becoming more marketable, increasing my confidence as a teacher and providing me with a range of ideas on how to teach and not to teach English are also my reasons for engaging in the CELTA course.
I will become well versed in teaching after achieving a CELTA qualification. During the four-week course, I will be given the opportunity to take part in practical teaching practice, lasting a total of six hours. Supervision of the course instructors will give an elaborate insight into the sophisticated profession of teaching....
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