Teach English in Spain
The teacher we are looking for, will be responsible for planning and delivering learner-centres classes based on a communicative approach.
Experience teaching and an easy to adapt person is an advantage.
Artesa de Segre is a small farming town. The population of Artesa is 3000 people.Barcelona is 1h30 far from the town and Andorra also. Catalan and spanish are spoken here. Catalan more than spanish but everybody understands it.
university degree or a recognised teaching qualification RSA, DELTA or TRINITY TESOL Certificate and have a minimum experience working with different age groups .
Spain is one of the most popular destinations for people wanting to teach English. Great food and wine, a wonderful climate and a stable economy are just a few of the attractions. Jobs are not as plentiful as they once were, due to many Spanish citizens now being qualified to teach English. However, there are many international and language schools, particularly in Madrid and Barcelona, that continue to hire native English-speaking teachers. … Read More
The biggest concern for many people moving to a foreign country is the cost of living. ‘Will I be able to live comfortably on my income?’ or ‘Will I be able to save a portion of what I earn?’. The answer to those questions depends largely on your lifestyle and the area of where you stay. The average salary per hour is €15 (US$21), depending upon your location and qualifications. Monthly salaries are in the region euros €400-750 (US$570-1,070) per month. … Read More
Working visas are required for non-EU nationals. The easiest way to do this is to secure a teaching position before traveling to Spain. In this case, your prospective employer will petition the Spanish authorities on your behalf. Of course, it’s often much easier to find a job when you are already in in the country. Many teachers choose to travel to Spain on a tourist visa, which allows you a stay of up to 90 days. … Read More
Interviews with English Teachers in Spain
Teach English in Spain – Interview with Textbook Author Iwonna Dubicka
Interview with Cat Gaa, teaching English in Spain