Immediate Position Teaching English in France

Date posted:2018-04-03 | Writer: Learnlight | Email: [email protected]

Learnlight offers training, coaching and consultancy solutions to more than 1,250 clients and 100,000 learners around the globe. Our solutions include global language training (60+ languages); specialized language courses (40+ courses); professional soft skills training (100+ courses); intercultural training (100+ courses); and competency assessment tools. We are currently searching for an experienced EFL trainer in Le Plessis-Robinson, in the south west of Paris, to deliver face-to-face language training for one of our corporate clients.

Please find further course information below as well as our requirements:

Preferred start date: ASAP April 2018

Position: part-time, 2-3 days per week

Scheduling: Classes will take place Monday - Friday between 9:00 and 17:30   

Duration of courses: Group courses: 24 hours / individual courses: 12 hours (Courses will run for an initial 6-month period)  

Number of learners: Groups of minimum 4 learners and individual sessions

Level of learners: Mixed (A1 – B2)

Session duration: 1.5 – 2 hours

Number of sessions per week: 1 per group or individual


Native speaking competence in English

Language teaching certificate (TEFL,TESOL, CELTA) or relevant degree/diploma

Minimum of 2 years’ experience teaching English as a foreign language

Positive, confident and enthusiastic personality


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

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 was a very easy unit to get through, though I enjoyed learning about the various materials available to teachers in the lesson planning process. I enjoyed learning about the advantages and disadvantages of using course books, learning that using the course book is good for new teachers but we do not want to overuse this. Once again video was very helpful in solidifying knowledge.This section explained the form and use of the four past \"tenses.\" The past tenses are very similiar to the present tenses. However, there are some differences in use. For example the past perfect and the past perfect continuous seem to have a much narrower scope than the present verions. Also there is some interaction between present perfect continuous tense and the past continous.