We have openings for passionate, dynamic and experienced ESL trainers to deliver TESOL teacher training courses. You will teach mainly on a part-time basis. The ideal candidates are excited to share their experiences in ESL teaching and will bring both creativity and professionalism to the classroom.
Trainers prepare and facilitate TESOL teacher training diploma courses using curriculum developed by an established institution, but customised to suit your strengths. The curriculum and resource materials are provided to minimize your preparation time for class sizes of 10 – 20 students and include:
- Lesson planning
- Classroom management techniques
- Skills development (vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, listening, speaking, reading and writing)
- Strategies for acquiring ESL teaching jobs around the world
- Deliver lessons in a highly interactive and engaging manner
- Facilitate the learning environment by fostering dynamic class discussions
- Enrich learning experience and enhance students’ mastery of subject matter
- Inspire and develop interest in learning about the subjects matter and other cultures
- University graduate
- B.Ed, M.Ed, MA TESOL would be an asset
- Experience in ESL teaching
- Ability to relate to students on a personal level
- Ability to follow a curriculum
- Excellent teaching skills (highly engaging)
- Ability to share practical teaching experiences and examples
- Energetic, dynamic, motivational and professional
- Committed to enriching students’ lives
Since 4th April 2017, British Education Centre (BEC) has started to collaborate with Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME) to provide free English lessons to the residents from HOME.
On the first month of the collaboration, BEC successfully delivered four separate lessons to HOME’s residents, each lasting 2.5 hours. Each lesson comprised of two group-learning sessions followed by small group coaching sessions. All the lessons are conducted at BEC’s premises and are delivered by selected BEC’s teacher-to-be students.
HOME is set up with the mission to protect migrant workers from human trafficking, exploitation and abuse. HOME has provided direct assistance to around 5000 migrants and victims of human trafficking and forced labour each year since 2004.
BEC was established in 2007 as a school registered with the Ministry of Education in Singapore, with the mission to enrich lives, fulfils dreams and impact communities.
British Education Centre is pleased to be awarded the certificate of achievement by London Teacher Training College for producing the highest number of graduating students in Singapore and South East Asia.
Congratulations to Betty, Ivy and Gary for successfully completed their classroom lessons for the final module of their Diploma in TESOL.
Module One will be starting on next Monday morning, have a great weekend ahead
Congratulations to Annabel Rozari & Hali Rossiter
May today’s success be the beginning of tomorrow’s achievements. Cheers!
Dear Junko Lawford, Rhea M Degenion, Christopher Morrin and Ann Anbu Arasi,
We are overjoyed with your success. Your hard work has truly paid off. Shine on!
On this Friday’s lesson we reviewed Supermarket advertising and vocabularies relating to grocery shopping, followed by a tour of the outdoor produce market at Tanjong Pagar area. We then gathered in class and reviewed what we learned in a fun way and had the chance to ask questions for any clarification.
Always practice English for day-to-day activities in a fun and engaging environment 😊
The picture was drawn by a very talented student from Sekolah Cerdas Muthahhari that we met in Bandung and presented as a gift to BEC’s graduated?
teachers. Can you guess who’s who?
Another amazing day at Bandung teaching English.
About British Education Centre
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This course has rekindled my passion for teaching. It has stretched my creative instincts and abilities. The Head Trainer, Dr. Alan Richardson, has been very inspiring. It has left me in awe of the English language and made me acknowledge why I want to teach English.
Yeo Sam Jay (Sam) Singapore – further study in London March 2, 2009
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Saturday: 9am to 2pm
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