Teach English in Hanover, Germany

Date posted:2003-02-21 | Writer: Business Network | Email: [email protected]

Teaching positions

Business Network, Hanover, Germany

Company Profile:

We are a small language training company in the centre of Hanover, Germany. Our activities mainly focus on language training for companies. In this concern we teach groups, one-to-one, and three days seminars for executives. Clients are all adults and most of them are in business. Our staff: 5 people having a permanent contract and ca. 15 colleagues working on a free-lance basis.

We are looking for a qualified english teacher, who could start as soon as possible.

We offer:

- up to 30 teaching hours per week,
- hourly rate between 13 and 18 EUR gross (depending on qualifications, experience and type of contract). Probationary period of 6 months.
- management involvement if required, career opportunities
- permanent contract or freelance contract
- Help in finding the right accommodation

Minimum requirements
- English as mother tongue
- University degree
- UK or Irish citizens preferred
- TEFL certificate
- teaching experience preferred
- Flexibility
- Valid Driving license
- The knowledge of the german language would be an asset

Please feel free to get in touch with us if you feel that this would be the right position for you.

Business Network e. K.
Att. Marc Bourgoignie
Goseriede 4
30159 Hannover
Tel. + 49 511 16 19 10
Fax. + 49 511 131 72 11


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.


As the course progress through units of this study,it is obvious that technicalities appears to be in an advance stage that really is serving as an eyes openers to the usage and application of English Language. Having said that,it prepares both Teachers and students alike ahead of the must tasks that must be adhere to and accomplished . This unit as well serves another stepping stones to greater height in English for all and sundries.The \"Where have you been\" task was not properly explained, it took me a while to understand that these are lessons and they are broken down based on the ESA lesson plan. I didn't like that I had to refer back to unit three during the reading. This lesson helped me understand and put in used the ESA method. I can deliver more planned lessons to the students in an enjoyable fun way without using the study element in all of the lesson.