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I was basically very free to choose the hours I preferred. It was a great job as I met a lot of interesting people, also each day the activities I did with the students changed. Doing so many different courses helped me learn a lot of new skills, also my memory and attention improved, communication skills had to perfect and so my verbal capabilities as I had to create very good relationships with collegues and clients.
Upper management does not care at all about the staff. I was sent out of the school to teach at various work locations for "career" English lessons. They sent me without a curriculum to follow, and when I needed back up from management for issues related to management, I received little to no support. Staff are paid poorly, and are asked to work at random times and days, without very little notice. Teachers are not prepared, there is little organization of the teacher's lessons, or monitoring of what they are teaching students. The school is a money making machine, they suck as much money as they can from students, and put very little effort into what the students need or are being taught.
A typical workday involved working 5-6 hours a day. I learned responsibility and how to teach different levels of students. The manager was great until she went on maternity leave. The owners of the school were not pleasant to work with, immature and were not professional with their staff. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the unstable hours and lack of enough teachers for the amount of students. It was enjoyable because I got to live in a different country.
It is a very good position for people who desire a good balance between life and work. suitable for flexible and dynamic personalities, it provides a good service. The workplace is very diverse and friendly. Unfortunately there are very few opportunities to rank.
flexibility, independence, self-affirmation, diverse workplace
unsecure, few opportunities for ranking
Enhancing executives in the etiquette of speaking and writing the English language, through my coaching approach, was the most fulfilling part of my job.
Watching my clients prosper in their profession as a result of their improved fluency
Contant driving and late-late nights.
Work days varied depending on how many classes you had, whether they were grouped or individuals and also whether they were face to face or via Skype. My time there taught me that I can command a classroom of adults, most older than myself. I gained confidence. The people I worked with were always very helpful and easy to contact if I ever needed anything. The hardest part would have to be the travel, as one company I taught at was about a 2 hour commute away, however the perks outweighed that by far, seeing the students laugh and enjoy themselves during a lesson made it worth it.