Founded in 1979 and located in the heart of Dublin city centre, we at CES offer both full time (4-week) and part time (10-week) CELTA courses. Our courses are delivered by a team of highly qualified and experienced trainers who are available to offer guidance, support, and feedback to all participants
We have over 40 years of experience teaching students from around the globe and have successfully been involved in teacher training through much of this through Erasmus+ programmes and initial teacher training.
At CES we are happy to offer extra and continued support before, during and after your CELTA through our pre-course work, CES Moodle support site and CELTA Jobs.
Our 100% online full time courses have content delivered by tutors in real-time lessons via Zoom so you don't have to worry about self-directed study. Our tutors will be there to guide and support you.
If you need more flexibility, our part-time option is available. With this you can study when and where it suits you. Our tutors will be on hand to assist with guided lesson planning on a weekly basis.
€1,530 (part time and all online classes)
Help with Employment
Here at CES, we are proud to liaise with EF and NOVA language schools who are recruiting teachers in China and Indonesia (EF) and Japan (NOVA). Working with them will give you the opportunity to quickly gain some more language teaching experience as well as putting into practice all that you have learnt on the course. They are often on the lookout for enthusiastic and qualified teachers.
CES offers a number of homestay and self-catering accommodation options for students. All homestays are carefully selected and visited regularly to ensure consistently high standards and a warm welcome. Homestays are generally located in suburbs but we also have self-catering and half board residential options which are closer to the school, for students aged 18+.
Refund policy is outlined during the interview process
Dublin, the capital of the Ireland, is on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Its historic buildings include Dublin Castle, dating to the 13th century, and the imposing St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. City parks include the landscaped St Stephen’s Green and the huge Phoenix Park, containing Dublin Zoo. The National Museum of Ireland explores Irish heritage and culture.
Dublin is dynamic, multi-cultural and welcoming. Ireland is well-known as the country of a thousand welcomes: Céad míle fáilte.