Openings For TEFL Certified Teachers in France

Date posted:2015-05-28 | Writer: The Turner Learning Center | Email: [email protected]

The Turner Learning Center has opportunities throughout the year for TEFL certified teachers who are available to teach in the Paris and surrounding suburbs. TLC specializes in offering a high academic enrichment English language programs to students between the ages of 6 to 18+.

We timetable our classes so that teachers have convenient schedules and limit travel time to the minimum. Our schedules are planned and fixed for the entire academic year. Teachers hired after the beginning of our school year, which is September 2015, will be expected to work from the date of their first class until their last class scheduled. Depending on specialism, experience and teacher's availabilities we offer between 10 to 20 hours a week of classes per teacher. Our timetabling is extremely compatible with teachers already working in the French school system as well as the corporate English sector. TLC offers most of their classes between 17:00-19:30 every evening with all day Wednesday and Saturday possibilities.

For teachers who are looking for career opportunities, TLC is expanding yearly and full time opportunities will be available to teachers who already work with us.

Qualifications:

TLC - The Turner Learning Center is hiring qualified English teachers:

who are English language mother tongue speakers, or could be considered as mother tongue speakers.

with a French work permit for non EU citizens that is at least valid until July 2016

with university qualifications

who are TEFL,TESOL or CELTA trained

where corporate English language teaching is appreciated

where the DELTA qualification is rewarded

where a bachelor of education (with QTS) or PGCE is rewarded

where experience of ESOL exams is desirable

where fluent French is needed for some of our courses

Salary and Benefits:

Teachers working for TLC hold either a CDI work contract or, if they wish, are registered as independent. The CDI contract includes French national health insurance with an attractive hourly wage depending on the following criteria, bringing the net salary up to 21 euros an hour:

experience

qualifications

number of hours working with TLC

number of years working with TLC

TLC teaching position if senior

quality and promptness of class reporting

presentation of class preparation

completion of contract until the last class scheduled

training attendance if deemed necessary

Independent teachers have the same wage conditions but can see their hourly rate reach 32 euros per hour taught. They are however expected to provide TLC with an "attestation de vigilance" every trimester ensuring that they have settled their social taxes which provides them with social insurance coverage.

To apply:

Contact us at the email address given on the job heading in the first instance for full details of our online application procedure.

The Turner Learning Center

33 & 62, rue des Renaudes

Paris  75017

France

Telephone: +33 (0)1 83 64 54 00

Fax: +33 (0)1 83 64 54 03    

Contact person: Marina DUCHENE, General Manager

 

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.

 

In this Unit, you will learn the structure of Future Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect, Future Perfect Continuous, Be going + Infinitive, Present Simple, and Present Continuous with their forms, correct usage and teaching ideas.Also, this will help you to improved your grammar and oral communication. This lesson provides a lot of example sentences for better understanding in grammar.Very good resources in this Unit. Teaching vocabulary, but above all else grammatical structures, is often tricky. Thanks to the activities and ESA patterns suggested, it will hopefully be easier to get around the difficulty. For a Study phase, finding an activity that will emphasise all the key points students need to know (meaning, usage, etc) is, I think, decisive for their comprehension.

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