It’s a tongue in cheek thread. The CELTA, Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, is a four-week course with a fair bit of observed teaching practice. It’s only any good to get you in the door of a language school, but it is recognised worldwide. I did it years ago. It was a lot of work, but I enjoyed it and it was only four weeks. I’d done a fairly tough degree so had some remnants of study skills and got through the CELTA fairly easily. Some course mates, however, struggled with the workload, and their personas changed over the weeks as they became increasingly stressed. I’m about to start a PGCE/SCITT, and I’m under no illusions about the workload. I just wondered if anyone else here had done the CELTA and a PGCE and had any thoughts about the workload of each?