If you find yourself dreading your Monday morning routine, it could be time to set yourself a new challenge. Given the current job market, many people are taking time to retrain in an area that really interests them. Teaching languages is a hugely varied and challenging role, and language company ESL can offer high quality, flexible training courses in a variety of destinations.
What do you want to teach?
Is probably the first question you should ask when considering teacher training. Don’t be mistaken in thinking that you need to be proficient in a language to teach, as most ESL training courses can be taken from absolute beginner level. However, if you do already have an in depth knowledge or just need a refresher, the advanced or native speaker level would be a fantastic choice. Secondly, different specialisms are available depending on your interests. For example, do you want to work with businesses? Or junior summer camps? ESL offer courses in English, German and Italian to name a few, and can help tailor your experience to suit your learning needs.
Where do you want to live?
Working as a teacher is a great way to experience new places. A good teaching qualification is your gateway to the world; your skills and knowledge are highly transferable across continents. ESL offer courses in some of the most vibrant cities, including Nice, Freiburg, London and Rome, meaning that before you even qualify you can immerse yourself in another culture and put your language skills to the test.
What will you learn?
ESL has partnerships with some of the leading language schools in the world, assuring you top quality training and pastoral care. A mixture of classes and workshops will offer specific areas of focus such as ICT, teaching methodology and grammar, and an exciting social program will help get you acquainted with your new surroundings and colleagues. For more information on the different courses available visit www.esl.co.uk
ESL has over 15 years’ experience in organizing language studies abroad. They pride themselves on their personalized service, with all staff having a wealth of experience in the tourism or language sector. They are happy to offer advice and guidance before your visit, including booking flights, visas and accommodation. So whether you want to volunteer in Russia or get to grips with Germany, ESL
can organize every aspect of your trip, meaning all you need to worry about is packing a bag!
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of ESL.co.uk, on Monday 13 May, 2013. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/