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Where in the world have ELTS CELTA Graduates worked? Contact us to update this map. Send information, pictures and advice for others looking to work in your part of the world.
Update 16th August 2010: Saudi Arabia:
CELTA Success – Aliya Siddique writes from The King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Update 21st August 2010: Wales
Gillian Davies has a new job teaching IELTS in a private school near Swansea.
Update 21st August 2010: Japan
Nat Reed has a new managerial job in a school in Japan.
Update 1st September 2010: Italy and UK:
Adrian Chapman CELTA 2008
Adrian has now worked in the university sector in Italy, and for ISIS in Italy and the UK.
“Since completing the C.E.L.T.A. course, I have worked as a “lettore” for the University of Turin in the Foreign Language department which implies helping the Professor of the course to improve and organize the teaching of the language.
Furthermore, I have worked with the ISIS Education and Travel as a summer course school teacher with extra activities.
In 2010 I spent my summer weeks working as a senior teacher for ISIS School of Languages in Greenwich and at the end of this, had an appraisal with a recommendation for A.D.o.S. or D.o.S. depending of the size of the school.”
Update 24th September 2010: Dubai
Jenny Sizer has a permanent post as an Academic English Tutor at Heriot Watt’s Dubai campus.
I lived and taught English in Laos (south east Asia) for 10 years and would be happy to answer any questions from anyone who is interested in going there.
Sian Greer – Shandong Province, China
Jeff Heasman – Botswana
Wayne Yare – Swansea
Antony Cresci – Saudi Arabia to Moscow
Michael Lang – Moscow School Owner
Alessandra Cingi – Alpha and Omega, Cardiff
Beatrice Formaggi – Pembrokeshire College
Update 11th April 2011: Sicily
CELTA Success – Sophie Burton writes about her new job in Sicily.
Update 15th June 2011
CELTA Success – Sarah Smith writes about her job in Ecuador.
Update 4th August 2011
CELTA Success – Fareha Aziz – Rawalpindi, Pakistan
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