Education Coordinator for TEFL in Provence, France

Date posted:2005-09-21 | Writer: ECSPLICITE | Email: [email protected]

We're a French-based language training company, established 1991.


  We provide training programs for adults in a professional


  environment. Our portfolio includes big corporations such as SHELL,


  COCA-COLA, CADBURY-SCHWEPPES, etc.   Our main activity is language


  training by telephone, which amonts to 70% of our trainers' hours


  and which we give out throughout France. Our telephone training


  system is web-based, and our trainers connect to the site either


  from France or from our American subsidiary. Â


  We offer 2 job opportunities that might be of some interest to your


 students: . 4/5 full-time telephone trainers calling from their


  home, anywhere in the world as long as you are freelance (you can


  invoice us),


   1 full-time telephone & face-to-face trainer based at our


  headquarters (in Provence).


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  Salaries:


  15 per hour (freelance trainers)


 1, 583 per month for the position in Provence


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  Feel free to contact us if you need more information.


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  Sincerely,


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  Laurent Sorgato


 ECSPLICITE


  Language Training by Phone


 allemand anglais espagnol fran硩s italien japonais


 mandarin Contact us T 33 (0)825 096 860 / 33 (0)4 42 320


  000 F 33 (0)4 42 328 157

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.

 

As adults and already knowing how to read and writing, I mean being literate, we don´t even stop to think about those skills. Also, it clearly doesn´t cross our mind if we are using for a purpose or for entertainment, we just use them. Again, it is great that this course calls our attention to this feature, so we can have a better understand as how we learn, therefore how the students learn and the best way to teach.This unit was especially helpful because classrooms are more frequently progressing into the computer age. It was helpful to see the variety of teaching aids and resources available through technology. It was also helpful in this unit to see the advantages and disadvantages for each aide described. It was also a nice bonus at the end to have lists of resources readily available for use in classroom with the links provided.


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