Sunny, Exciting Madrid Spain Needed Teachers Immediate!

Teach English Abroad

Teach English in Spain

CITY: Madrid
START DATE: June 2014

WORKING CONDITIONS:
YOUR JOB TEACHING:
Your classes will take place under the perennial blue-sky and sun of historic Madrid in businesses, schools and private homes. You will travel by metro or by bus to the client and in between classes you can enjoy the marvels of the Spanish capital, as well as reading or studying in coffee shops and internet cafes. Your students will be a mixture of children, teenagers, adults and professionals of all English levels. You will usually teach one to one as well as small groups (2-5 people), and occasionally big groups (6-20 people). You will travel to the homes, offices or schools where your students live or work throughout Madrid to teach these classes. You will also receive the essential guidance and experienced advice from our Director of Studies, as well as other TEFL trainers, faculty, and school staff. The Canterbury TEFL offices are located in the heart of downtown Madrid, surrounded by beautiful buildings from the 18th century, very near to the famous Alonso Martinez Square and metro station.

REQUIREMENTS:
The requirements for the TEFL Certificate program and the teaching position (we can only guarantee jobs to students who have completed our TEFL program) is to be a native English speaker or fluent in English. In the application process, we will take into full account your higher education and prior work experience.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Send us an E-mail to [email protected]

OUR CONTACT INFORMATION:
Canterbury TEFL
C/ Covarrubias, 22, Second Floor
28010 Madrid
Spain

Tel: +34 911 250 109
+34 610 245 683
+34 610 266 427

Click to visit Canterbury TEFL at www.canterburytefl.com
E-Mail: [email protected]

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