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University of Cambridge TEFL centre with International House Galway at GMIT

Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to go travelling or people wishing to change career. “There are many courses out there,” said Mary Grennan, director of International House (IH) Galway, “but you need a course which is recognised worldwide, such as the University of Cambridge CELTA — it’s the most recognised ELT qualification in the world.”

New CELTA course starting in the new year

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to go travelling or people wishing to change career. “There are many courses and it’s all a bit bewildering,” said Mary Grennan, director of International House Galway. “You need a course which is accepted by quality schools, such as the CELTA — it’s the most recognised ELT qualification in the world.”

New CELTA course starting in the new year

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to go travelling or people wishing to change career. “There are many courses and it’s all a bit bewildering,” said Mary Grennan, director of International House Galway. “You need a course which is accepted by quality schools, such as the CELTA — it’s the most recognised ELT qualification in the world.”

CELTA opens doors to an English teaching career

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Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to go travelling or people wishing to change career.

TEFL training centre at International House Galway

Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to travel or people wishing to change career.

New University of Cambridge English language teacher training centre at International House Galway

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), Teaching English as a foreign language, or TEFL, is a popular choice among graduates who want to go travelling or people wishing to change career. “There are many courses and it’s all a bit bewildering,” said Mary Grennan, director of International House Galway. “You need a course which is accepted by quality schools, such as the CELTA — it’s the most recognised ELT qualification in the world.”

Increased demand for qualified childcare professionals

There has been a noticeable increase in the demand for qualified childcare professionals in Ireland and graduates now have a wider range of career options to choose from in the childcare sector including crèche, day nursery, playgroup, and Montessori; special needs assistant in classroom or day care centre; childcare professional or nanny at home or abroad; after-school care; and starting your own childcare business/home-based child-minder.

Atlantic College offers a wide range of childcare and related courses

With the introduction of the Government's free pre-school year under the ECCE scheme those working and managing childcare services are now required to enhance and upgrade their qualifications. Atlantic College Galway has responded to this need by introducing a range of FETAC courses in the early childhood care and education sector, the most popular being the FETAC Level 5 certificate in childcare and the FETAC Level 6 advanced certificate in childcare. These courses are delivered in Atlantic College on Saturdays, beginning March 26. The Saturday delivery is proving very popular with childcare students, many of whom are working in childcare services during the week and can dedicate Saturday to study.

Atlantic College - a recipe for success

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“The secret of success is to be ready when your opportunity comes,” these were the wise words of Benjamin Disraeli, a former British prime minister and the first Earl of Beaconsfield, words that Atlantic College founder John Daly has taken to heart and used as inspiration to build what began as a small language school into an internationally recognised success story.

Coping with exam stress

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Offering tea and sympathy, nagging, staying out of the firing line or being the calm voice of reason. These are some of the strategies 110,000 parents throughout the country are using as the Junior and Leaving Certificate examinations loom large on the horizon.

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