About the teacher training centre
Our story began in Seville in 1983. Our first school started small, but we soon grew as did our reputation for top-quality teaching, fantastic teacher training and excellent, authentic accommodation for visiting students. Our name, CLIC IH Seville comes from "Centro de Lenguas and Intercambio Cultural", because we teach Spanish, French, English, German and Chinese - and because we are passionate about real and meaningful cultural exchanges.
Over the years we have taught over 1,000,000 students - either to become languages teachers and start their TEFL career, or to learn a language and start their own amazing life journeys.
We welcome students from all over the world. At the moment, students from about 35 countries choose to have their adventure with us. Why not start yours as well!
What is DELTA Module 3?
DELTA (Diploma in teaching English to speakers of other languages) covers advanced theory and practice to help you develop in your teaching career. You need at least one year’s experience to make the most of it.
There are three modules, which you can take in any order.
DELTA Module 3 is independent research on either an ELT specialism or management. It is assessed by a written dissertation.
DELTA Module 3 at IH Seville
If you choose to take the Delta Module 3 exam at IH Seville, it is €103.
CLIC IH Seville is a lively modern language school with an international atmosphere, with two centres in the heart of Seville, offering a wide variety of courses. It is the largest and longest-running teacher training centre in Southern Spain and one of the biggest and most established in the country.
What makes IH Seville special? - the people, the atmosphere, and the learning experience you will have.
To help you with your learning we have a lending library, in which you can borrow books. Clic IH Seville provides wireless internet access in its buildings as well as computers, a photocopier and printer for the use of trainees.
Tutors at this training centre
I believe that personally caring about people and their learning, and helping students to feel comfortable about asking for help and taking risks brings out the best in the classroom.
I hope that my CELTA trainees realise what a rewarding profession teaching can be. I hope that they are able to continue to develop as teachers, whilst possibly experiencing a different country, a different culture, and a different language, ensuring their personal growth too.
To succeed on your CELTA course, take plenty of notes while watching your colleagues’ lessons; evaluate your own lessons with care; and listen carefully in feedback and take good notes. And as you develop in your career, make sure you stay curious - this industry doesn't sit still for long!