ADDRESS: Teaching House London @OHC 24 Great Chapel Street, London W1F 8FS, United Kingdom +44 207 580 9785


This is an exciting time in your life: you’ve made the decision to teach and travel abroad. Before you pack your bags and live out your adventure, you just need to decide which TESOL training you’re going to pursue. Inevitably, your research has led you to the CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults).

CELTA training helps you:
• Gain more skills and confidence to teach
• Get hours of real teaching practice – and practical experience
• Receive helpful, constructive feedback from peers and tutors

There’s nothing else like the CELTA to prepare you for life as an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher. CELTA teaches you how to deal with unexpected classroom situations, foster engagement from your shy students and develop your own personal approach to teaching. If you’re ready to get started, Teaching House, the premier provider of the CELTA in London, will get you to where you need to go—literally.

TEACHING HOUSE LONDON LOCATION- Offering the premier CELTA certification in the city.

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford”
Samuel Johnson 

Teaching House London is ideally situated in London’s historic Soho, just metres from Oxford Street and minutes from the theatres of the West End, Chinatown and Fitzrovia. The college was established in 1974 and provides a wide range of English language and teacher training courses. Our students come from all over the world: in a typical year, over 100 nationalities are represented at the College. Our English language courses are accredited by the British Council.

Facilities include a well-equipped library, Wi-Fi internet access and a rooftop cafe/espresso bar. All trainees have access to printing and photocopy facilities. London also hosts regular TH presents events where internationally renowned speakers from the ELT world come to the College bi-monthly to give participative and practical sessions on a wide variety of ELT-related topics. Previous speakers have included Michael Swan, Mike McCarthy, Jeremy Harmer and Susan Kay.