Cambridge CELTA Course in Baden

Baden is an astonishing depot of charming cultures, scenic landscape, and rich history. Take a CELTA in Baden to uncover many intriguing museums and an appealing range of ancient Roman baths.

TEFL Certification in Baden, Switzerland

Taking a CELTA in Baden goes beyond attending classes and obtaining a certificate. There are numerous adventurous activities to engage in and plenty of avenues to relax or try something new. There are museums, castles, casinos, and a lot of cafes to check out while exploring opportunities to progress in your teaching career.

Our CELTA training center in Baden is designed based on a trainee-centered methodology. We focus on each TEFL trainee and apply a wide variety of methods to meet each learner need while considering individual’s learning styles and preferences. This is even more important as we expect our trainees to observe and inculcate the effective teaching skills that our tutors demonstrate.

In addition to our various classroom inputs, we also ensure that each of our CELTA students take part in active teaching practice. This is done in small groups with model learners of different levels. Practice teaching is observed with feedback provided by peers and experienced tutors to help improve the trainees’ skills.

At Baden, we focus on candidates’ development, and this is the yardstick by which we measure the effectiveness of our tutors. Over the years, we have produced CELTA graduates who are confident to teach anywhere in the world and occupy top positions in their career.

Baden Course Highlights - A Quick Glance

  • A minimum of 120 contact hours at our center, with additional hours spent outside class for self-study: background reading, lesson planning and assignment writing.
  • Trainees are involved in lesson planning, language analysis, observation of peers and experienced teachers, reflection on their teaching practice and feedback from trainers.
  • 6 hours of assessed teaching practice along with peer observation.
  • 6 hours of observation of live lessons taught by experienced ELT professionals.
  • On-going job support, suitable assistance and continous professional development services.

Baden Course Dates

Due to the on-going pandemic (COVID-19), most of the courses are now ONLINE!
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Note that, an Online CELTA holds the same value as the face to face course, and is equally recognized by ESL employers worldwide.

Baden Course Details

Entry Requirements

  • You should be 20 years old by the commencement date of the course (trainees can be accepted over 18 at the center’s discretion).
  • While the course itself does not require you to have a degree, you should have a standard of education equivalent to that required for an entry into primary or higher education.
  • Have a strong command, awareness of English language with equal skills over verbal and written English so as to follow the course and complete the assignments.

Course Syllabus

Some of the main units of learning are:

  • Learners and teachers and the teaching and learning context
  • Language analysis and awareness
  • Language skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing
  • Planning and resources for different contexts
  • Developing teaching skills and professionalism
  • Classroom observation and management skills
  • Teaching practice and guidelines


You will be continually assessed throughout the course and there is no final examination. The two types of assessment are:

  • Teaching Practice
  • Written Assignments

CELTA course trainees will always be kept informed of their progress during the course and an external assessor, appointed by Cambridge English, moderates each course.

Teaching Practice, Observation

Teaching practice is an integral part of the course where trainees work in groups to plan, observe and give feedback to each other.

  • Six hours of assessed teaching practice with real students in real classes.
  • Detailed oral and written feedback of your teaching practice.
  • Observation of both peer and qualified ELT teachers for six hours.

CELTA Training Center in Baden

We began operations at our Baden language school in 1988, teaching over 10 languages and training ambitious learners from different parts of the world. To achieve our aim of providing the highest level of quality training, we focus on the important tenets of learning, which include a conducive environment, a manageable size of learners per class, and efficient tutors.

We are situated at Bahnhofstrasse 44 CH-5400 Baden, in a very modern and motivating environment that enables candidates to settle in comfortably. Our classrooms are spacious with updated teaching resources, and our tutors are experienced and professional yet friendly and easy to interact.

Job Support and Placement: Baden, Switzerland

At our CELTA institute in Baden, we focus on our trainees’ continuous development both during the training and thereafter. As a result, we have a set of dedicated tutors and staff who are always willing to offer career advice and support to our CELTA candidates as required.

Our CELTA candidates keep up a great relationship with trainers with the advantage of getting exposed to ways of presenting themselves better in the job market and tips on building a successful English teaching career and advanced professional development.

While a number of our graduates stay behind to achieve their career aspirations in Baden, some travel across the world to occupy positions in different sectors, including Business English to international companies, volunteering, and administration.

Why Choose CELTA in Baden?

Baden is an economically viable city with an increasingly growing market for ESL teachers who possess an internationally recognized certificate like the CELTA. Generally, the education system of Switzerland is excellent, and the ESL teachers are paid some of the highest salaries in the world. As a result, the competition is quite high, and teachers with CELTA stand better chances of getting jobs faster.

There are opportunities in the state school system and private language schools. Teachers may earn up to 2,800 GBP per month with benefits including a thirteen weeks holiday. Most of the teaching jobs available are on a freelance basis; hence, teachers have to be on the lookout as positions open in short notice and maybe filled up quickly too.

There are opportunities in public schools in Switzerland regarded as some of the first-class education systems in the world. You can also find jobs in private schools, international language schools, and business English with companies. As a CELTA trainee of our institute, you belong to a community of teachers and have the advantage of getting job advertisements easily.

With its border between Germany and France, Baden is a great place to live, work, and explore several cities and counties around the world.

Things to do in Baden, Switzerland while taking a CELTA

Located at the mouth of the Limmat Valley, Baden, which means Bath in German, offers you many adventurous things to do and places to visit while you take your CELTA. Stein Castle and the Grand Casino are some of the most famous tourist attraction within the city. However, there are tons of other places you could visit.

There is the Historisches Museum with its collection of historical pieces and the Stadttrurm, which is the City Tower of Baden and the only remaining defense tower. There is also the Teddy bear Museum and the Römisch Katholische Kirche which is a beautiful catholic church with simple exterior but a vibrant rich baroque interior. There is also the Museum Langmatt which displays several exciting artworks with a beautiful landscape of chestnut trees and sculptures.

One of the best things about Baden is its cuisine. Generally, Switzerland is famed as the land of chocolate and cheese. However, there is a wide variety of traditional and continental dishes for your gastronomical pleasure in Baden. You can visit some of the best restaurants around, including Hirschli and Roter Turm.

Don’t forget to take a swim in the gorgeous Limmat River when the current is low or even take a relaxing stroll by its banks. Be sure you are not too close to the dams nearby looking out for notices that inform you of a nearby dam. Usually, if you choose to swim, ensure there are several locals around swimming as well as it is safer that way.

Apply for your CELTA course in Baden and take the opportunity to explore breath-taking forts, cathedrals, cool cafes, thermal baths and a thriving job market with some of highest paying ESL markets in the world.

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