Centre of English Studies (CES) was established in 1979, and over the last 37 years has won an international reputation as one of the leading English Language Schools in Ireland. CES are delighted to offer, subject to availability, a reimbursement of €150 (50% of the course fee) to candidates who have completed the Preparatory Certificate in ELT with CES and have completed a minimum of two weeks work in a CES Junior centre. Should you fail the written examination or the project component you will not pass the course, you will not receive a certificate or a refund of fees.CES is officially recognised by the Irish Department of Education (QQI ACELS) and is a founder member of MEI-RELSA (Marketing English in Ireland/Recognised English Language Schools Association). Should a candidate drop out of the course at any stage, there will be no refund of fees. Please e-mail for the application form and return it to: Centre of English Studies, 31 Dame Street, Dublin 2 or email it to the above address.CES is recognised as a full member of IALC (International Association of Language Centres) and EAQUALS (European Association of Quality Language Services). The CES Preparatory Certificate in English Language Teaching was established in 2005 as part of the EFL industry’s continuing commitment to maintaining the highest possible standards within EFL in Ireland. Candidates will only be eligible to teach on Junior courses in recognised ELT organisations upon successful completion of their B. On receipt of your completed application form, a member of our training team will contact you to arrange an interview.

This certificate does not enfranchise successful candidates to teach in the adult ELT sector and cannot be added to in order to gain full recognition. It is a requirement that all candidates be at least 20 years old. This is non-refundable unless you cancel your place 5 working days prior to the start date.

Candidates should have successfully completed a course of study leading to conferral of a B.

CES cannot award a certificate unless these conditions are met. Evaluation and assessment is carried out on individual basis by our team of trainers and is based on the following: • A written examination, which takes place on the final day of the course (50%) • A project (50%) The grades are either Pass or Fail.

However, the course will cover the following areas, among others: • An Introduction to EFL • Language Awareness • Methodology • Error Analysis • Materials Evaluation Under course regulations 90% attendance is compulsory.

I was born in Urmia, West Azerbaijan Prefecture, Iran in August 1968. I am Azerbaijani in blood and origin and my younger sister and mother were both born in the USA.

Let me add that I immersed English Language since my very childhood and the first academic language I learned and immersed at my primary school was English.

Frankly speaking, this makes me a native speaker of English Language.

Since, we do not have access to learn Azerbaijani language at Iranian universities/schools I visited Azerbaijan to learn the culture and study Azerbaijani language.

Unfortunately, inside Iran, every student is forced to learn the official language - Farsi.

I am married to an Azerbaijani now and I hold my work permit and National ID card.

( şəxsiyət vəsiqəsı ) I only provide lessons at my personal home office.