On Wednesday, June 2, we had the second webinar in the series about living and working as an English teacher in Spain. Our aim with these webinars is to give advice to people who are either already in Spain or are thinking of coming to Spain to work as English teachers. We look at the good, the bad and the ugly of the profession here in Spain and hope to give clear, relevent and practical advice.
This webinar is entitled, “How to find the best jobs in Spain (and around the world online).” In the webinar we answered the following questions. If you’re interested in the answers, please watch the webinar.
How easy is it to find work in Spain?
What different ways are there to work as an English teacher in Spain, both in physical and online spaces?
What career development prospects are there?
We also looked at some popular (mis)conceptions and hopefully busted some myths to.
We gave advice as to how to get jobs in good language schools around how and when to apply, CVs, interviews and we touched on terms and conditions too.
We touched on how to evaluate online opportunities too.
We also talked about how important it is to be properly qualified to get access to the better teaching jobs in Spain. We explained why the Trinity CertTESOL is one of the leading programmes due to it being known and trusted by employers in Spain and throughout the world meaning. Employability and professionalism combine with the course, especially the teaching practice at its heart, to help you become the best teacher you can be.
Here at Active Language run the Trinity CertTESOL 100% online or face-to-face here in Cádiz over 5 or 11 weeks. We guarantee highly individual attention to help you get the most out of the course. We also offer the careers service as part of the course helping you to find work the best jobs you can in Spain and all over the world.
The next courses start on June 14 and then July 26. For more information and to apply for the Trinity CertTESOL course with us, see our website www.activelanguage.net or email firstname.lastname@example.org