Dani Jones, the Director of Teacher Training here at Active Language, was in conversation with Simon Pearlman. Simon runs the careers service on our Trinity CertTESOL, DipTESOL and Teaching Younger Learners courses and is also responsible for teacher recruitment for our language school.
During the webinar we answered the following questions. If you’re interested in the answers, please watch the webinar.
- What does TEFL mean? There are all sorts of acronyms; TEFL, TESOL, ELT and all sorts of courses too. It can be really confusing. What does it all mean?
- Would you recommend teaching English in Spain as a job?
- What are the differences between good and bad employers?
- What do language schools look for when they’re recruiting?
- What’s a “normal” day teaching like in language schools in Spain?
- What sort of people work as English teachers in Spain?
- What’s going to happen in September? Will there be a demand for English teachers? When should we send CVs?
The recording of the webinar finishes rather abruptly. There was a very special offer on the Trinity CertTESOL exclusively for people at the webinar. This will be repeated in future webinars, so come to the next one and save money on your course with us.
Future webinars will look at the following topics…
How can I find the best English teaching jobs in Spain?
Which TEFL course should I do?
How can I work online in Spain?
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As Simon said in the webinar, one of the keys to getting a good job in Spain is to be properly qualified with a Trinity CertTESOL qualification and the Teaching Younger Learners courses.
See our website www.activelanguage.net to apply for the course and for more information.