School in Germany Needs EFL Teachers

Date posted:2015-02-26 | Writer: Stevens English Training | Email: [email protected]

Stevens English Training is a privately-owned language school with over 25 years experience in the field of corporate language training. We are major players in EFL in the federal state of North Rhine Westphalia. We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated qualified English trainers who are willing to commit themselves to a two-year contract in our school in Essen. There is a high emphasis on the corporate client, so experience in the business world would be an asset. Due to the large variety of our clients and the high level of English spoken by the students, teaching is varied and challenging. More than three-quarters of the lessons are in-company.

Qualifications:

We are interested in employing both experienced and inexperienced trainers. The following qualifications are however a necessity:

- University Degree

- CELTA, TESOL or equivalent  

- EU National passport

The following qualifications would be useful but are not essential:

- A driving licence

- A basic level in German

- Experience in the business world.

Salary and Benefits:

The successful candidates will be offered:

- A full-time contract of employment with an 80 hour minimum monthly guarantee. (Full details of salary are sent with the invitation to the interview).

- Additional training and the chance to attend a workshop series leading up to the LCCI FTBE exam. (This training is free of charge).

- Use of company cars

- Tax Benefits

- A low-price furnished company flat is provided

To apply:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading. Interviews are to be held via Skype at the candidate's convenience.

Stevens English Training

Ruettenscheiderstr. 68

Essen

NRW  45130

Germany

Tel:  0049(0)201 8770770

Contact: Mike Stevens, Managing Director

 

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 is about grammar. All information is about past tenses. In my opinion it is full of basic,but useful materials. I've repeated all the information about past tenses. But the most incredible part is the part called typical student errors and mistakes. I have a real opportunity to understand where pupils always have got grammar problems. I hope that it will be useful for my future job.Very stimulating unit because it required a bit of thought to appreciate some of the more nuanced points and the variety of ways in which to make use of each tense dealing with the future. I found this one to be particularly interesting and I had not quite thought in any great detail, although having used it every day, of how the English language actually functions with respect to the future.


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