CELTA in Warsaw

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CELTA in Warsaw summer full-time course 2019




Start: 29 July  2019

Finish: 23 August 2019

4 weeks in Warsaw


Start: 19 October  2019

Finish: 17 February 2020

10 weekends in Warsaw


1. Submit your application online (the button above).
2. Complete pre-interview tasks (sent to you via email).
3. Take part in an interview (face-to-face in Warsaw or via Skype).
4. After you receive a letter of confirmation, sign the course service agreement and pay the course fee.
5. Complete pre-course tasks before the course starts.


  • Weekend 1: 9-10 March 2019
  • Weekend 2: 16-17 March 2019
  • Weekend 3: 30-31 March 2019
  • Weekend 4: 6-7 April 2019
  • Weekend 5: 13-14 April 2019
  • Weekend 6: 27-28 April 2019
  • Weekend 7: 18-19 May 2019
  • Weekend 8: 25-26 May 2019
  • Weekend 9: 8-9 June 2019
  • Weekend 10: 15-16 June 2019

Week 1: July 29-August 2

Week 2: August 5-August 9

Week 3: August 12- August 16

Week 4: August 19 – August 23

Weekend 1: 19-20 October 2019

Weekend 2: 26-27 October 2019

Weekend 3: 16-17 November 2019

Weekend 4: 30 November – 1 December 2019

Weekend 5: 7-8 December 2019

Weekend 6: 13-14 December 2019

Weekend 7: 12-13 January 2020

Weekend 8: 26-27 January 2020

Weekend 9: 9-10 February 2020

Weekend 10: 16-17 February 2020

Weekend 1: 20-21 October 2018

Weekend 2: 27-28 October 2018

Weekend 3: 10-11 November 2018

Weekend 4: 1-2 December 2018

Weekend 5: 8-9 December 2018

Weekend 6: 12-13 January 2019

Weekend 7: 19-20 January 2019

Weekend 8: 2-3 February 2019

Weekend 9: 9-10 February 2019

Weekend 10: 16-17 February 2019

Your CELTA day:

  • 8:15-9:15 unassisted lesson preparation (optional – 60 mins)
  • 9:15-10:15 guided lesson planning with your Tutor (60 mins)
  • 10:30-13:00 Teaching Practice (TP)- teaching & lesson observation (140 mins)
  • 13:00-14:00 lunch break (45 mins)
  • 14:00-15:05 TP feedback (65 mins)
  • 15:25-16:35 Input session (70 mins)
  • 16:45-17:55 Input session (70 mins)


  • The most internationally recognized English Language Teaching certificate in the world.
  • Quality control – the highest standards assured by Cambridge English Language Assessment.


  • It’s a fusion of theory and practice – combines practical approach to methodology and extensive supervised teaching practice. In order to find out more about the course, please see CELTA Syllabus and Assessment Guidelines (the button below).


    • Everyone! It was originally intended as an introductory course for people with little or no previous English language teaching experience or training. However, its unique blend of theory and practice, especially the teaching practice component, make it ideal for the novice and the expert alike. Whether you are looking to brush up on your skills, reinvigorate your career or start a new chapter, the CELTA is for you!
    • It will give you the skills and confidence to teach English to adults whether you’re a recent graduate or looking for a career change or a seasoned professional.


If you want more information on accreditation, course requirements and Cambridge English, the link below is an excellent source:


Milada Krajewska | Main Course Tutor & Assistant Course Tutor | Head of CELTA @ Lang

Milada works as the Academic Development Manager for the Lang Teacher Training Centre in Warsaw (ODN Lang), designing and organising professional development events for teachers of English and other languages. When she did her CELTA, she had been teaching for 17 years, and what she loved about her CELTA adventure was the way she was constantly challenged to develop her teaching skills despite years of experience in teaching, training and writing ELT coursebooks. A real eye-opener. As a CELTA trainer, Milada loves to observe how trainees spread their lesson-planning-and-running wings, how they turn into acute observers of their friends’ lessons and how much they benefit from giving and getting constructive feedback. Designing feedback and input sessions is the second best part of the CELTA tutoring experience for Milada.


Aeddan Shaw | Main Course Tutor & Assistant Course Tutor

Aeddan is a teacher, CELTA trainer and assessor who has been based in Krakow for over 10 years. A graduate in philosophy and applied linguistics, he takes great delight in learning first hand that most second language acquisition theories are wrong, thanks to his two small sons. With the experience of delivering and assessing CELTA courses in both Europe and North America, Aeddan is particularly interested in the issues of teaching large, multilevel classes and with minimal resources.
As he is rather too fond of saying that he doesn’t have any hobbies, he has children.



Amanda Davies | Main Course Tutor & Assistant Course Tutor

Amanda has worked as a teacher, teacher trainer and academic manager in the UK, Russia, Spain, Lebanon and Poland. She has worked with every level and age group but her passion lies in teaching young learners. She regularly presents at conferences on topics such as inclusive teaching and visible learning. More recently she has been training Lebanese teachers in Beirut to enhance the experience of the Syrian refugee children currently living there. Amanda has written numerous articles and is an author of ELT materials. She loves mountain sports so happily calls Poland home.


Alex Tilbury | Assistant Course Tutor

Alex lives in Katowice, Poland. When he’s not busy on face-to-face CELTA and DELTA courses he works as a teacher, consultant, book reviewer, inspector,  assessor, online tutor, and author of learner and teacher training materials. He wrote the International House Language Awareness Course and was part of the author team for the English Unlimited coursebook series, published by CUP. He was born and grew up in England and studied at the University of York before coming to Poland in 1997, spending eight years working for an IH school, and then going freelance. He’s also worked in India, Germany, Romania, the  Czech Republic, and South Africa. In his free time, he enjoys books, cooking, crosswords, and red wine.


Sandy Millin | Assistant Course Tutor

Sandy is an experienced CELTA tutor, teacher trainer and teacher who has worked in Borneo, Paraguay, Czech Republic, Crimea, United States, Canada,  Thailand, Spain and the UK. She is currently working as the Director of Studies at International House Bydgoszcz and as a part-time CELTA tutor in Warsaw.  She is passionate about teaching and is constantly trying to develop professionally. When she’s not teaching, she’s normally reading blogs, working on her languages and taking far too many photos of the interesting places she visits.


Adrian Post | Assistant Course Tutor

Adrian has been a CELTA trainer since 2010 and has worked on many CELTA courses in Poland, the UK and Iran for a number of respected schools and institutions. He brings considerable teaching experience to the course, having worked with adult learners of all levels and ages, teaching General and Business English, Exam Preparation and ESP. He has also been a school director, written teaching materials and delivered lectures and workshops for educational publishers. He now teaches in-company and is studying for an MA in Educational Management at the University of Bath, UK.
When he’s not doing this, he tries hard to fulfill his role as an ‘old dad’ and to find time to keep up with world news – perhaps because he can’t travel as often and as far as he’d like to…


The course price is 4900 PLN (early bird fee) | 5200 PLN (standard fee).
Please note that in order to qualify for an early bird fee, payment of the full fee must be made a minimum of 4 working weeks before the course start date.

Payment of the full fee must be made no later than 2 working weeks before the course begins.

By all means – if you meet the following criteria from Cambridge:

  •     If you have a standard of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education.
  •     If you are aged 20 or over.
  •     If you have a standard of English (language proficiency and language awareness)  which will enable you to teach at a range of levels – the required minimum is C1 or higher (CEFR scale).

These criteria are assessed at an interview and during the application process.


1. Submit your application online (the green button above).
2. Complete pre-interview tasks (sent to you via email).
3. Take part in an interview (face-to-face in Warsaw or via Skype).
4. After you receive a letter of confirmation, pay the course fee and sign the course service agreement.
5. Complete pre-course tasks before Day 1 of the course.

In order to secure a place on the course, you need to pay a deposit of 1000 PLN within 7 days of being offered a place. The balance is due 2 working weeks before the course starts. 

Payment methods: in cash, by card or bank transfer

Bank account details:
ul. Sędziowska 5, 02-081 Warszawa
IBAN: PL 77 1500 1126 1211 2008 1626 0000
Bank Zachodni WBK S.A. – BZWBK 65 Oddział w Warszawie, pl. Zbawiciela 2

Please ensure that you put your name and which CELTA course you choose (e.g. FULL-TIME  summer 2018) in the transfer title.


We have been a major force on the Polish ELT scene for over 25 years, enjoying fruitful relationships with PASE (Polish Association for Standards in Language Education) since 2002 and Cambridge since 2009. A thriving Cambridge English Examination Centre for the last 9 years, we have enjoyed the status of a Platinum Centre since 2013, the highest accolade accorded by Cambridge.

We are a respected teacher training centre, the force behind popular initiatives such as TWIST, Lesson Festival, PLANetarium, STORYlicious, TKT Young Learners ad TKT CLIL Primary courses. We cooperate with over 300 teachers all over Poland as well as 60 internationally renowned corporate clients and 30 partnership schools.

We combine professionalism with a friendly face, the highest standards with an ethics of care.

We have locations in downtown Warsaw.

Choose Warsaw:

  • over 300 language schools where you can find employment
  • reasonable living costs (especially accommodation) with all the attractions of a capital city
  • quick and cheap access to other European capitals and countries.
  • a window onto a unique culture, history and landmarks – here is another great guide:


Here you can find some sample comments from some of our amazing trainees…

“The best and the most useful course I’ve ever taken. It has changed my way of thinking about teaching English.”

“I really enjoyed the experience- thanks to the tutors and my co-trainees. It’s really worth your while to take the course if you treat teaching English seriously. There’s no better way to get trained in the profession!”

“Thank you for your cool INPUT sessions and most of all for your belief in me and making me realise my STRENGTHS”

“Thank you for the outstanding course. It really is no stretch to say that it was a life-saving course”

“Thank you for not throwing me out of the window. Although, in retrospect, that might have left my brain intact”


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