Teach Business English in Germany

Date posted:2012-09-26 | Writer: Linguarama | Email: [email protected]

marcus evans Linguarama is a well-established language training company which specialises in teaching language for work-related purposes. The company has a range of thriving training centres in major cities across Europe. We currently have vacancies for full-time Business English Teachers at our centre in Dusseldorf as well as for locally-based supply/part-time teachers in Cologne and Bonn. We are seeking qualified, experienced and committed teachers. Applicants should be native English speakers with a degree, a recognised TEFL qualification and relevant experience. Candidates should be in possession of valid working papers for the EU.For those joining our company we offer the following:- induction, on-going training and support;- an excellent range of materials;- opportunities for structured career development;- a professional, positive and supportive teaching environment; and- assistance with initial travel and accommodation.* PLEASE APPLY ONLY IF YOU MEET THE ABOVE CRITERIA.Please note that, due to the number of applications, we may only be able to respond to applications we are interested in pursuing.  To apply for this position, please forward a copy of your CV and covering letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading.The Personnel Department, Linguarama, 1 Elm Court Arden Street Stratford-upon-Avon, WarwickshireCV37 6PA - United KingdomTel: 01789 203910

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 has pleasantly surprised me to learn that there are not one but FOUR different ways of expressing the present tense, all of which I am familiar with, however not so well acquainted with their various usages. The structure was quite straightforward for me, and I took away many useful examples of activities which can be used in the classroom to demonstrate the different usages of the tenses.This unit was about the more advanced forms of grammar. Modal verbs are used to express necessity, possibility or ability. Phrasal verbs are verbs that contain more than one word such as pick up or bump into. Passive voice contrasts with active voice; it is used when the subject of the sentence is not mentioned. Relative clauses can be either dependent or independent and are used to modify the noun.