Mrs Durighello, of the Cardiff-based Centre for English Language Teaching - Celt - said that their students were foreign nationals who saw the UK as the home of English and wanted to improve their job prospects at home.
What does CELT stand for?
CELT stands for Centre for English Language Teaching (Stirling, Scotland)
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We have 34 other meanings of CELT in our Acronym Attic
- Closed Environmental Life Support System
- Controlled Ecological Life Support System (aka Closed Ecological Life Support Systems)
- Controlled Ecological Life Support System (NASA)
- Controlled Ecology Life Support System
- Controlled Environment and Life Support System (NASA)
- Comunidade Evangelica Luterana Santissima Trindade (Portuguese: Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Community; Brazil)
- California Extremely Large Telescope
- Center for Educational Leadership and Technology (Marlborough, MA)
- Center for Engineering Learning and Teaching
- Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (Lancaster University, UK)
- Cognitive Emotional Linguistic Training
- Coherent Emitter Location Techniques
- Compagnie Europeenne Loisirs et Tourisme (French: European Leisure and Tourism Company)
- Consolidated Entry Level Training
- Corpus of Electronic Texts (Ireland)
- Crypto Equipment for Low-Speed Telegraphy
- Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (teacher training course)
- Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (formerly Teaching English as a Foreign Language, TEFL)
- Certificate in English Language Teaching to Children
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Mrs Durighello, of the Centre for English Language Teaching (Celt), said staff were already seeing a rise in the number of job applications from teachers laid off as reforms brought in by the previous Labour government to tighten up the visa process hit student numbers.
Focus on Vocabulary Paul Nation and Peter Yongqi Gu Sydney, Australia: National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research (NCELTR), 2007.