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Taught in Japan? Business English Classes in London - Evenings

Date 2013-04-26 01:04:55 Location : Europe


We are a small corporate English school in London looking for other teachers to contract on a part-time basis. We are really looking for exceptional people! It's in-company teaching and the clients are all around London but mostly in the city. If you can get to Hayes and Harlington too this would be perfect. The client almost always wants a lesson starting at 5pm or later in the evening. We can agree locations that are convenient to you.

We try to get the student to sign up for a course of 20 or 40 lessons and you can arrange the times with them each week according to your schedule. Students are looking for a "long term relationship" and I promise them one teacher for the duration of their course. The lessons are 90 minutes or 2 hours.

The teacher needs to be a native English speaker because some of the students have an extremely high level of English themselves. The teacher must also have at least a month-long CELTA or Trinity certificate plus classroom experience, and have taught in Japan because I want to tell the Japanese clients that the teacher is a specialist in teaching people from their language background. YOU MUST HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UK.; we regret that we cannot sponsor visas.

I am looking for someone kind and patient who corrects errors sensitively, carries out engaging lessons, who is obsessively punctual and who dresses very smartly for a corporate environment. I also need someone to be business minded about encouraging the student to renew their contracts, and keeping an ear out for possible colleagues who could want lessons.

I pay £35 for a 90 minute class and £42 for a 2 hour class.

If this interests you, please send me a CV and let me know a bit more about yourself. What is your teaching style and philosophy? How much time do you have to spend on additional lessons and in which locations? Can you tell me about a time when you were super reliable?

Many thanks for reading.