English for Africa is an authorized Cambridge Teaching Qualifications Center.
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From Africa to Africa
African nations are, generally speaking, closer to other African nations, and that geographic proximity is a resource for its people. Coordination is key for Africa’s future, and coordination requires communication. It is in this essential area that English for Africa can help to play a role.
Pre-service English Teachers
For pre-service teachers, or teachers who want a firmer grounding in communicative techniques and an internationally recognized certificate, EfA offers the Cambridge CELTA course.
For in-service teachers and institutions, we offer a comprehensive list of courses and workshops, as well as in-house training services tailored to your teachers' needs. For flexible training needs, we also offer distance training solutions using teacher-filmed lessons for observations and forum discussion-based feedback.
If you're not sure which courses are most suitable for your teachers, EfA will conduct a needs analysis to help you find out.
A CELTA course for Africa
We believe that the student-centered, communicative approach to teaching endorsed by Cambridge English is extremely well-suited to Moroccan culture, which highly values group interactions, and places a premium on team work as well as individual self-expression. This is why English for Africa has placed the CELTA course at the center of its course offering.
Over twenty-five years in the teaching and training classroom have enabled us to provide numerous other courses as well. In addition to the courses below, you'll find a complete list and course descriptions on our Courses and Workshops page.
The fundamentals of Clil
Train the trainer
The flipped classroom
Project-based learning for the EFL classroom
- Teaching Business English
- Teaching English for Specific Purposes
Language activities with QR codes
Fun vocabulary activities
Fun grammar activities
How to teach listening
Authentic materials in English for Academic Purposes