Date posted:2008-02-26 | Writer: Omnicom School of Languages | Email: [email protected]
Omnicom School of Languages has been providing high-quality language programs in Toronto (1975) and Calgary (1997) for international students. Omnicom is accredited by CLC (Canada Language Council) and CAPLS (Canadian Association of Private Language Schools) - soon to be Languages Canada and a member of the C.E.C. Network, AILIA , FIYTO and ALTO.
Calgary School has an average of 150 to 190 students at any one time which allows us to offer a wide range of programs and levels.
Calgary is the fastest growing city in Canada and also a fast growing destination for international students. We need more qualified teachers to meet this demand. Curriculum, methodology and materials are provided. We offer good job security and benefits.
We have 4 full-time openings (25 hours per week) for the above positions starting on or before March 17, 2008.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
• University undergraduate degree
• TESL Canada recognized certification (or under way)
• Documented experience in teaching eitherTOEFL, TESL or Business English and general ESL.
Good classroom organization and ability to deliver well-prepared and structured lessons with clarity and energy.
Our school has a good reputation for its friendly teachers and staff. Teacher’s personality and rapport with the student body should promote this reputation.
University degree, TESL qualification + ESL teaching experience (not essential but an advantage)
APPLICATIONS are initially invited from teachers who are able to START WORK IN CALGARY ON OR BEFORE MARCH 17, 2008.
ONLY those who are Canadian citizens or have current and valid work papers should apply.
Applications for later periods may be made up to the end of May, 2007.
Please send resumes and cover letters with CONTACT PHONE NUMBER to:
or fax to: (403) 265 6926
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.