Hello guys, you are all English and American, but how does CELTA work for non-native English speakers? What are the requirements? I suppose the interviewers are much more strict and it's far more difficult to be admitted to the course?
A non-native friend of mine has just done the interview and has been accepted onto the course. Her level of English is a high standard (proficiency) and she already has some teaching experience. Apart from that she's an enthusiastic and well-prepared person, which I think is what the course organizers are looking for too.
Judging by your posts I'd guess that you'd have no problems either as far as the language is concerned. Why don't you apply and see? An interview costs nothing!