Teach Business English in Toronto, Canada

Date posted:2018-02-20 | Writer: Learnlight | Email: [email protected]

Learnlight, a leading provider of blended language and skills training, is currently searching for an experienced Business English trainer in Toronto to deliver face-to-face language training for one of our corporate clients. Learnlight was founded in 2007 with a dream to bridge the gap between the disparate worlds of education and technology. Our obsession was, and continues to be, empowering talented trainers to create transformative learning experiences, because, at the end of the day, we think people are the real ‘killer app’. Since our early years as a digital start-up, we’ve worked with hundreds of clients around the globe. We have opportunities for online teaching as well as face-to-face.


Start date: ASAP

Number of learners: 2 separate 1:1 courses

Level of learners in target language: B2, native French speakers

Course duration: 60 hours per learner

Session duration: 1.5 hours

Sessions per week: 1 or 2

Schedule preferences: Weekdays (flexible), mornings or lunchtimes.


Native speaking competence in English

Teaching qualification (CELTA/TESOL/TEFL)

Minimum of 2 years’ experience delivering language training to adults

Learnlight is a global organization and requires global coverage to ensure our clients receive the best care possible. This is why we recruit talented EFL teachers located around the globe, enabling team members to work schedules that fit comfortably into their daily life.

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading for this position, or to register interest in future opportunities.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit covered speaking and writing activities. It explained how to structure activities that could best help students achieve the speaking and writing goals. It then combined this information with the ESA structure to create lessons that would incorporate these activities productively. I especially found the concept of providing feedback for free creative activities to be helpful.The unit generally content of students and teachers. What makes a good teacher and what qualities do you need to be a teacher? The unit also explains and gives information about how to be a good learner and what makes learner a good language learner.The points made support what I have believed, you can learn to be a good teacher but being a great teacher come from inherent qualities.