Teach EFL in Northern Italy

Date posted:2012-12-06 | Writer: 3L Language Learning Life | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for a TESOL / TEFL qualified English language teacher to work at our small school in Sarnico, near Bergamo in the north of Italy. We are offering a full time contract of 25 hours per week plus holidays at Christmas and Easter and bank holidays. Contract will run from January until June 2013. Included in the contract is a fully furnished studio apartment within walking distance of the school with rent and all bills paid (this apartment is for one person and is not shared with anyone else). Classes will be a mixture of groups and private/semi-private and will include all age groups and levels. Sarnico is a small town situated on the beautiful Lake Iseo, in between the larger cities of Bergamo and Brescia.

- TESOL / TEFL / CELTA qualified

- Native English level speakers only

- We require that candidates know some Italian (pre-intermediate level or above). Applicants without Italian will NOT be considered

- Preference will be given to EU nationals

Salary of €800 NET per month + an apartment within walking distance of the school with rent and all bills included.

To apply, send your resume, cover letter and recent photo to the e-mail address given on the job heading, For the attention of Stuart Hubble, Director of Studies. 

3L Language Learning Life

Via Liberta 40

Sarnico, Bergamo

24067 - Italy

Telephone  035 91 28 28

Fax            035 91 28 28

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 focussed on the best ways to appropriately manage a class and common issues encountered. I was able to learn techniques that would help particularly in a setting where the English standard of students is at beginner or intermediate level. I particularly found the information on different types of group work interesting and beneficial as well as the ways problem behaviour can be prevented.I`ve enjoyed reading the information from this unit. I`ve known more important things about productive skills - speaking and writing. When I used to be a student, I didn`t have any problems with writing but I remember my classmated who had such kind of problem. Now a lot of my students are complaining that writing is too difficult for them. I`ve taken some ideas from this unit to solve the problem.


;