The first week of the year was also the first week of my first Celta course as a tutor, so I decided to write about my impressions, both from a tutor’s and a candidate’s point of view.
These are going to appear as bullet points, as there isn’t an underlying theme that connects all of them. This is a departure from my previous posts about the Celta, but it should make it relevant to a larger number of people.
If you are reading this, hopefully you have already read Part 1, which was posted last week. That post gathered quite a lot of attention from people who, I imagine, are interested in sitting the course or becoming tutors themselves. Whatever your reason may be, do leave me a comment or question at the end.
So, without further ado, here’s part two.
Since July I have been undergoing training to become a Celta tutor. It’s been a long process, both enjoyable and tiring. It’s almost finished, however, and I’d like to share my experience with people who may want to do something similar in the future.
So, this is how I became a Celta tutor.