We welcome students from 16 to 60+ to learn English on any of our adult courses. We have over 40 different nationalities studying with us every year and small class sizes of a maximum of just 10 students per class. Did you know that 98% of Celtic students would recommend us to their friends and family?
We provide courses which are eligible for government funding e.g. Erasmus+, PON, Bildungsurlaub and CPF.
Since 2014, the new Erasmus+ replaces seven existing funding programmes including: Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius and Grundtvig), Youth in Action, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus and Alfa Edulink Programme for cooperation with industrialised countries
Under the Erasmus+ criteria, teaching professionals are eligible to receive funding for the following course at Celtic English Academy
This course is available for primary or secondary school teachers looking to improve their own level of English and gain new ideas and methodologies for use in their own classroom.
The 2-week course has set dates during the year and if you come as a group of minimum 6 teachers, we can organise the course at any time of the year. For more information see our Teacher Development Course section.
You have to apply for Erasmus+ funding through your school, organisation, training institute or university. You cannot apply individually.
Application forms are found on the Erasmus+ Website.
When completing the application form, please remember to justify your application by using the Key Action 1 criteria, set out in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide (p31-34). This will make a strong application and increase your likelihood of obtaining funding.
Before you make the application, you will have to register your school on the European portal.
Funding is available for school teachers from the following countries:
Learn new methodologies for how to teach young learners in English.
The Teacher Development Courses we offerare aimed at primary or secondary school teachers, of any subject, who wish to improve their own level of Spanish and develop innovative practice for teaching Spanish in the classroom.
All teachers will have the opportunity to visit a local school to gain an insight into primary or secondary education in Spain*. You will also have the opportunity for micro-teaching, peer feedback, exchanging ideas and networking with other teachers from Europe or across the world in your class. Language input sessions will focus on developing your own Spanish language skills as well.
You will be required to study 21 hours per week, Monday to Friday, following materials provided by the School.
One day per week will be spent visiting a local primary or secondary school to gain insight into the British education system.*
(*Unless the course takes place during the Spanish school holidays)