Brilliant Role in Mexico for EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-03-14 | Writer: Berlitz Mexico | Email: [email protected]

Berlitz Mexico offers a range of opportunities for TEFL trained teachers to work with one of the world’s leading providers of language instruction and global leadership training. Do you want a rewarding career in Mexico? Berlitz seeks instructors for its international team. Join the friendly and professional team at our Tijuana, San Luis Potosí, Saltillo and Aguascalientes Centers. Don't miss the opportunity to improve your professional and social skills teaching a foreign language in an enthusiastic environment with our renowned method.

IDEAL CANDIDATES WILL HAVE:

Native level fluency in English, with TEFL/TESOL or equivalent qualification.    

Professional maturity

Cultural sensitivity

Excellent organizational and communication skills

At least one year to commit to Berlitz

WE OFFER:

A competitive salary

A professional training and development program

Visa sponsorship and insurance

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

TO APPLY:
Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

TEL:  +1 800-237-5489

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.

 

When I first started this unit I was thinking that this should be an easy lesson. I was surprised by the complexity of just a simple topic. It has been interesting to learn about the different present tenses that I never knew about even in my collegiate courses. I was wondering if these were normal things taught now or are they topics that are in a higher learning for English classes.This unit went over teaching beginners, children, individuals, business people, multilingual and monolingual classes. It went over the problems associated with teaching each one and ways to overcome those problems. The unit felt longer due to the large amount of problems and tips associated with each one, however more information is always welcome when it comes to dealing with others.

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