Teach English in Hannover, Germany

Date posted:2008-12-02 | Writer: accelingua | Email: [email protected]

accelingua is a professional language-service provider and our international team of specialists possess outstanding professional qualifications. We put our heart and soul into providing first-class service to our customers.
We are dedicated to working for other people – which we do with creativity, commitment and enthusiasm.

For our projects in the area of Hannover, we are looking for a qualified candidate to fill the freelance position of English Language Trainer(m/f).

Your tasks and responsibilities:
• Teaching an agreed number of English lessons
• Accurate and timely completion of necessary documentation, i.e. registers and attendance
• Conducting language training in accordance with accelingua standards

Your profile:
• highly motivated native English speaker
• university degree
• teaching qualification (TEFL , TESOL, CELTA) and training experience preferred but not a must
• Meeting all requirements of a good, experienced, mature accelingua trainer
• Flexibility, outgoing personality, and great communication skills
• Ability to consult constructively with the accelingua management
• Ability to take initiative and to work independently
• Professional appearance

We offer:
• full and half-day teaching schedules
• continuing education programs
• a wide range of professional career opportunities
• innovation modules
• regular social evenings and other events

We look forward to receiving your application (preferably via email at the address given on the job heading page) including your CV/resume and teaching availability.

Our contact details are:

accelingua GmbH
Head Office Munich
Rosental 6
80331 Munich
Stephan Brenner
Senior Manager Training and Development
Job Hotline Number: 089/2000 36 700

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.


Space plays a part in how you set up your classroom. You want to take student personalities into account when making seating charts. Change pairs and groups to help students interact with more students. Teacher talk time should be kept to a minimum. Face the class as much as possible. Use of an overhead projector, use of cue cards, and having a student write on the board for you helps you stay facing the class.This unit introduced the English phonology and its aspects including intonation and how pronunciation changes within naturally flowing speech. It also introduced the International Phonetic Alphabet and went over the basics of phonology such as manner and place of articulation. It was a great introduction into the concept of teaching phonics to students and has given me more ideas to use with my current classes.