Teachers of English at Zhubanov University are taking a CELTA preparatory course. Philologists will hone their skills for 4 weeks. Upon completion of the course, they will be able to receive a certificate, which is a universally recognized standard in many language schools around the world.
CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) is a globally recognized certificate confirming the qualification of an English teacher for adults. It opens up huge prospects for the career growth of a teacher both in Kazakhstan and abroad.
The course was developed by the University of Cambridge in 1970. The appearance of the course is associated with an increase in expectations for the quality of teaching English. This trend was caused by the ongoing globalization and the growth of international cooperation in all spheres of life.