BSC Edinburgh offers fun, friendly, innovative training courses which have exploded in popularity over the last two years. As well as the usual group classes, our CELTA includes a unique one-to-one teaching module, with opportunities for assessed and unassessed one-to-one teaching. Trainees learn to make effective use of the latest teaching technology, both in and out of the classroom. Almost all our trainees achieve a Pass grade or better, and we provide careers guidance and support for job applications, during and after the course. Most of all, we take pride in the relaxed and supportive atmosphere of all our courses.
BSC Edinburgh boasts one of the best-equipped and most beautiful CELTA training suites in the UK, with spectacular views of Edinburgh castle, a flourishing indoor garden, a lounge and kitchen area, a specialist library with dedicated printing and copying facilities, a study area with computers, and separate classrooms for teaching practice. Trainers are always on hand in the training suite, ably assisted by our mascot, Theodore the pig.
Help with Employment
We put trainees in direct contact with recruiters during and after the course. In addition we offer guidance on where to find jobs, and advice on choosing the best school for you. We are happy to provide career guidance and coaching after the course if you need it.
Student accommodation, private lodging in family homes, and hotel accommodation can all be arranged through the school, at some of the most competitive rates in Edinburgh.
If you need to change your plans more than two weeks before the course starts, we are happy to move you to a different course in our centre for no extra charge.
Once the fees fall due two weeks before the course begins, refunds are not normally possible.
Scotland's capital city is renowned as a centre of culture and learning, and is one of the greenest and most beautiful cities in Europe. The school is located in the heart of the city, within five minutes’ walk of Waverley Station and bus connections to all areas of the city. It’s a short walk to the city’s many famous parks, hills, and open spaces, including Princes Street Gardens, the Botanic Gardens, Calton Hill, Holyrood Park and Arthur’s Seat.