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Malta is the only EU country to have legislation in place to regulate the teaching of ELT. All ELT teachers must reach the below minimum requirements in order to obtain an ELT Teaching Permit.
All applicants must be at least 18 years old. If you are under the age of twenty-one on the date of application, you also need to possess a matriculation certificate or comparable qualifications and National Qualifications Framework level 4.
STEP 1: INDUCTION COURSE
Acquire a teaching qualification
English A’ level/TELT + TEFL Minimum 45-hour course (theory and limited practice) (MQF Level 3) Or Cambridge ESOL CELTA/Trinity Cert. TESOL Minimum 120-hour course (theory and practice) (MQF Level 5)
STEP 2: SPEAKING PROFICIENCY TEST
Testing your speaking skills
Spoken English Proficiency Test for Teachers (SEPTT) Certificate Or Any other speaking proficiency test deemed sufficient by ELT Council
STEP 3: APPLY FOR YOUR ELT TEACHING PERMIT
Meet all the requirements to obtain your ELT Teaching Permit
Steps 1 & 2 Provide a clean and recent police conduct issued within the last month prior to application date