Teach English in Moscow – Russia – IELTS Teacher

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Teach English in Moscow – Russia – IELTS Teacher

Moscow BKC-IH is hiring for September! Apply now!

International House BKC (www.bkcih-moscow.com) is one of the most respected Language Schools in Moscow, a member of the International House World Organisation since 1995.
IH Moscow BKC is the only institution in Moscow approved both by the British Council and Cambridge English Language Assessment as an open test centre for IELTS and Cambridge exams.

Our teacher training center offers CELTA/DELTA courses and also has a wide variety of workshops, seminars, courses aimed at the teacher’s self-development.
With our company you can get a training and become an IELTS and Camdridge examiner.

We also support the career growth of our teachers by promoting them to ADoS and teacher trainer positions within our company.

Qualifications:

A successful candidate should have one of the following qualifications:
For English teaching positions: CELTA, Trinity TESOL, SIT Tesol, TESL Canada, ACELS CELT, IHC or any 100/120-hour of on site training equivalent.

2 in 1 package – get qualified and get a job in Moscow.
If you are interested in obtaining the CELTA qualification you can attend a course in Moscow. Job placement guaranteed for successful trainees.
For more info please contact us at t-training@bkc.ru.

Main Terms and Conditions of IH Moscow (BKC) Contract:

– Salary: up to 50 000 roubles per month (net) (30 hour-9 month contract) and up to 40 000 roubles per month (net) (24 hour-9 month contract)
Accommodation is provided.

General teaching contract package:

– completion of the contract bonus – up to 30 000 rubles.
– airfare reimbursement
– multiple-entry work visa, consulate fee paid by the school
– shared accommodation is provided
– unlimited metro passes
– meeting at the airport on teacher’s arrival
– paid induction period
– paid holidays
– health care
– 50% discount for Russian classes
– 24 hour emergency support line
– discount on training courses, including IH certificate in teaching YL, Cambridge DELTA course
– insurance fund

To become a member of our international team please send us your CV at recruit@bkc.ru

We also invite enthusiastic teachers of French, German and Chinese languages, who would like to join our team and get all the advantages of working in a big, creative and multi-national company.

To become a member of our international team please send us your CV at recruit@bkc.ru

Please note that recruitment manager reserves the right to dismiss emails from applicants whose qualifications do not meet IH requirements. We do not accept online/blended course qualifications.


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Teach English in Malaysia

Teaching Positions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR / PENANG, MALAYSIA: ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

We need new teachers starting Oct – Jan (start date flexible)

Enhance Education specialises in teaching English. We currently have four teaching centres in Penang State with a total enrolment of more than 2000 students per term and in 2017 we are expanding our operation as Enhance Academy to Kuala Lumpur. In all centres we provide high-quality English language courses in spacious, well-equipped classrooms using interactive student-centred teaching methods. Our courses cover all ages and levels from age 4 years to adults. We are hiring for a number of October – January start positions in our Penang branches and our new KL branches.

We seek teachers who meet all these essential criteria:

– Substantial recent experience of teaching English to a range of learners from young learners to teens and adults.
– Native English speaker with a university degree in any subject.
– CELTA or Trinity London CertTESOL or direct equivalent with a substantial element of classroom experience.

We value professional development and we encourage and support teachers to improve their skills. We need teachers who can relate well to students, especially children, and who have an active and lively teaching style. We use a range of well-known coursebooks but teachers can draw on our data-bank for supplementary materials and have considerable freedom in planning lessons. Most of our students are part-time and study with us for two hours per week. This means that most classes are held at weekends and on some weekday evenings.

We offer a locally competitive pay and benefits package including health insurance and pension premiums. Depending on qualifications and experience, our total package starts from RM8,445 per month. Assistance with relocation and settlement costs is available including 14 nights’ accommodation on first arrival.

Penang

Our four centres are located in Straits Quay Marina and Bayan Baru on Penang Island, and on the mainland in Butterworth (Bagan Ajam) and Bukit Mertajam (Alma). All are close to residential and shopping areas with a wide range of affordable condos having good facilities such as a pool and gym. Commuting to all centres is quite easy and no matter where you teach you can choose to live on either Penang Island or on the mainland. Penang Island is popular with expatriates and Malaysians alike and affords a wide range of recreational and outdoor activities while historical Georgetown has UNESCO World Heritage Site status. The cost of living is much less than in many major cities in the region. Positons in Penang will be from December 2017.

 

Kuala Lumpur

Our first new centre in KL will be based in Klang comprising spacious classrooms in a new retail development. Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant, diverse capital city with a number of options for accommodation and with most condos having good facilities. KL has many local parks and wildlife areas around the city which offer a great opportunity for residents to get out of the city and unwind in nature, as well as being famous for the wide variety of different cuisines on offer around the city. Positions in KL will be from October 1st 2017.

Enhance is a young company that is growing quickly. The senior staff all have strong educational backgrounds and considerable experience including the Group Director, Dr. Tom Craig-Cameron, formerly Director of British Council Malaysia. We also have experienced Lead Teachers who manage and support the teachers in each centre. Please look at our web site for more details: www.enhance-education.com

To apply, please send your CV and a covering note to recruit@enhance-education.com. The closing date for applications is July 21st 2017 and we will reply only to shortlisted applicants.


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Pupils Wind Up Education Inspectors – Willenhall – Edu News UK.

An under-achieving school in Willenhall, United Kingdom has been reported as being rude and impolite to Education Inspectors. According to the BBC this news was reported in Ofsted Reports. 2017

Willenhall School - Education News

Willenhall School UK

 

The Watchdog Report – Reported Several Behavioral and Problematic Issues

  1. Students (sixth-former’s) were afraid to step outside due to the behavioral issues with the younger students.
  2. 70 per cent of teachers chose to leave the school during the 2015 / 2016 school year. Again having issues with younger students.
  3. Students harassed school inspectors by throwing food at them and harassing them in the corridors.
  4. School was inspected in 2017 and more than a third of students continued to be absent.
  5. The quality of teaching was also said to be weak in the report.

These are just some of the problems faced by teachers and other students at this school. It has been also criticized as being one of the most under-achieving schools in the Midlands.

Willenhall E- ACT Academy Letter To Parents

As a result of the report Willenhall E-ACT Academy responded with a letter to parents citing 3 areas of improvement.

  1. Willenhall E-ACT had strong leadership.
  2. They were driving all standards higher – from students behavioral issues to teaching methods.
  3. They are confident that Willenhall Academy will make rapid progress in all issues that arose in the Ofsted Report.

Ofsted’s Reaction

Oftsed said E-ACT “fully recognised the challenges” and had begun to “address aspects of greatest concern”, with its leaders’ judgements “fully in line with inspectors’ experiences and evidence”.

However, it said leaders and sponsors had overseen a decline in standards since a previous inspection in 2015.

“While there is an ambition to address inadequacies and to raise aspirations, there is not yet a sustainable track record in the school to suggest capacity for improvement,” it continued.