Teach English in Italy (5)

Date posted:2013-04-25 | Writer: Elmec Informatica | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for TESOL qualified teachers to plan, organize and teach Business English lessons at Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate level in Varese, Italy. Other activities include scheduling and correcting homework, library and audio material management, coaching in the use of English 360 platform, cine-forum sessions, and other activities organized during the regular Business training.


The periods we are interested in for the 6-month-term contracts are:*Sept 2013-Feb 2014*Feb 2014-Jul 2014*Possibility of extending the contract for a further 6-month period


Recently-graduated TESOL teachers, preferably with university degree.  We will give priority to English native speakers.


Part-time work schedule, 30 hours per week, Mon to Fri 8.00-18.00 or 12.00-19.00; and possibility of giving private lessons to company staff’s children for an additional fee.PLACE:  company: Elmec Informatica spa, location: Via Pret, 1 – Brunello city (21020) Varese province, (50 km away from Milano city), Italy


Send full European format CV with photograph and full personal details including Skype number for further contact and fixing job interviews to Ana Marìa Leiras at the e-mail address given on the job heading.  

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 was very useful to address the various situations we will encounter while teaching different age groups, I would of loved to have this info when I started because I was given huge age gaps within classes raging from 3 year olds to 45 year olds. I've been recently asked to teach a Business English class and the information given is very useful to get a head start on preparing the lessons.This unit was centered around teaching groups. The beginning of the chapter focuses on different kinds of learners. It makes an interesting distinction when it talks about the \"false beginner\". This is a student who does have a history with the language and bringing those skills to the the class. This gives the teacher an opportunity to tailor this students study materials to a higher level.