Opportunity for Teaching EFL in Moscow, Russia

Date posted:2004-09-24 | Writer: BIS Moscow (Polyglot Language Training) | Email: [email protected]


BIS Moscow (Polyglot Language Training) delivers Corporate English Language Training for Business Professionals and has built up over 10 years experience in Russia training the local business community to improve their Business English for optimum performance.

We offer top-quality in-house training programs in General and Business English, as well as a range of specialized shorter training courses and seminars aimed at developing specialist Business English Skills.

Enabling client employees to function effectively in various business situations and to feel comfortable in an English-speaking work environment, courses can be customised to meet the specific requirements of client companies. Current examples include Financial English, Business Report Writing, Conducting Meetings and Negotiating in English.

We are currently seeking a number of qualified EFL Teachers to work with Corporate Clients delivering Business English programmes to individual managers and groups of professional students.

All positions are based in central Moscow with teaching taking place at our Central Moscow Training Centre and at client premises.

Applicants must have a formal EFL teaching qualification and should have experience working with professional companies.

Contracts are available for 9 and 12 months with immediate starts.

Salary package: $1, 450 (tax free) per month for up to 20 contact hours per week, full visa support, flights, paid holiday, travel allowance, health care.

Please apply with CV to:

Tim Newton
Head of Representation, Russia
Nord Anglia Education PLC

Tel: (007 095) 681 3519
Fax: (007 095) 681 2860
Mob: 8916 939 7347
Email: [email protected]

 



 

 

 

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.

 

The phrasal verbs weren't made a big enough part of the reading and I think that even thought it is somewhat common, the 3 different types are never emphasized and differentiated clearly enough. I had trouble answering the questions regarding that during the test. I still insist the first guy of the video, the one that goes over the modal verbs is monotone and boring. But the reading clarified and explained everything very well.Having gone through this unit and having studied very well ,i discovered that all the essential features of teaching productive skills are very important for the better application and usages of the techniques learnt in this unit. It would basically improves the students knowledge of writing and speaking skills.Therefore,both students and Teachers especially would benefits from this aspects of techniques elaborated in this unit.

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