The ELT Council is offering the opportunity to warranted teachers to strengthen their teaching skills in the diverse ELT context while earning extra money. Several licensed ELT Schools require ELT teachers to teach on a part time casual basis in summer. To teach ELT in licensed ELT Schools, prospective teachers need to apply for an ELT permit and must be in possession of:
– an A Level in English (grades A-C) or a pass in TELT (Test for English Language Teachers)
– TEFL Course certificate
– a Pass in SEPTT (Spoken English Proficiency Test for Teachers)
– clean police conduct
Due to the high demand for teachers, the ELT Council is willing to waive the SEPTT fee as well as the TELT fee for warranted teachers willing to sit for any SEPTT session between May and June 2019. TELT session dates will be announced at a later stage depending on demand. Furthermore, teachers who are not in possession of a TEFL Cert. course may be eligible for funding via Training Pays Scheme and Investing in Skills Scheme. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Please note that the Malta Union of Teachers is just helping out in dissemination of information and is not responsible for this activity or its details. Queries and difficulties on the above should therefore not be directed to the MUT but to the entity/persons responsible.