Akerlei is a school looking for people to join their teaching staff which consists of active and dynamic people – a combination of native and non-native speakers – with a great deal of experience and specific qualifications for language teaching. Not only are they profoundly knowledgeable about the languages they specialize in, but are also knowledgeable about the culture of the countries where these languages are spoken, being from or having lived in these countries.
For more information about Akerlei click www.akerlei.com/en/
21st May, Botikazar Institute Bilbao
We are delighted to announce that after 7 successful years, Spainwise is coming to Bilbao for Spainwise North.
How best to describe Spainwise?
It’s a place to meet employers from different parts of Spain all in one day.
Or if you’re an employer it’s a chance to meet English teachers from all over the world.
Sponsored by Trinity College and FECEI (the National Federation of Private Language Schools in Spain), Spain’s TEFL Jobs Fair is the place to meet top employers face-to-face:
- Interview for job opportunities for the 2016-2017 academic year
- Find out about summer course vacancies
- Take part in seminars about living and teaching English in Spain.
- Attend presentations given by recruiting schools
And it’s all FREE for teachers!
Sounds good, how do I attend?
First you should register on our website(its free) then it’s a good idea to upload your CV so that the schools can look at it before meeting you.
Then buy your ticket to Bilbao!
I am looking for teachers for my school, can I attend?
Ofcourse, we still have some stands left – better hurry though ;0)
You can also opt to give a 15 minute presentation of your school or a 45 minute seminar.
Can I sponsor the event?
We are always happy for more sponsors, please contact us.
I hope I answered all your questions but if you have more – email email@example.com
or check out our website www.north.spainwise.net for more information.
After many years of attending the Spainwise TEFL Jobs fair in Cordoba, IC Bilbao Idiomas have confirmed that they will be attending this years event in the North of Spain.
Director Stuart Watson commented “The Spainwise TEFL Jobs fair is a great way to for both schools and teachers to find one and other. Interviews on Skype or by phone can be so awkward and impersonal but Spainwise gives you the opportunity to meet each other in person. And after meeting, if you don’t fit together- don’t worry, there are always loads more opportunities to meet the people you want to work with.”
“We have hired the majority of our teachers from Spainwise over the last few years and we are really excited to have it here at our doorstep.”
At IC we don´t only pride ourselves in producing the best possible service for our students, but also developing our teachers to be the best that they can be. Do you want to work in an environment where you can share, learn and develop as a teacher? Do you want to work in a highly motivated and confident team of people from diverse backgrounds? If so, we could be the school for you.
We are located in Bilbao, one of the largest cities in the North of Spain. We are just a short metro ride from the seaside, but have the feel of a small capital city. The Basque country is a very green area of Spain and enjoys a little cooler climate than other major cities. Bilbao is home to the world famous Guggenheim museum and boasts one of the finest cuisines of Spain. There are also good train and plane connections to major European cities and other parts of Spain. If you like good food, nice people, mountains and the seaside, Bilbao might be the place for you.
for more information www.ic-bilbao.com
Due to the success of Spainwise Cordoba over the last 7 years, we are happy to announce the first ever Spainwise North in Bilbao. Spain’s TEFL Job fair is coming North on the 21st of May 2016 to the Botikazar Institute.
It doesn’t matter which airline you travel with, your luggage allowance is always going to seem miserly when you try to pack for a whole new life in Spain.
We spoke to some seasoned veterans about the definitive Survival Kit – what’s essential to take with you to Spain and what you can leave behind.
ONE: Number one on most people’s list was an adaptor. If you want to recharge your mobile, your laptop or your MP3 player, you’re going to need to connect to the Spanish mains supply, and a two-pin adaptor is the only way you can do this. Don’t leave home without one!
TWO: Second in our top 10 of must-have items was a laptop. Not only can you store all your essentials and watch DVDs on it, but you can access your e-mail and Skype when you’ve found a new home for yourself.
THREE: Surprisingly, reading material came in at number three. No matter where you choose to live in Spain, reading material in English is going to be hard to come by so it’s as well to stock up with as many books as you think you’ll need to tide you over till your Christmas visit home.
FOUR: Winter woolies! Ignore popular myths and get it into your head that Spanish winters are cold too! You’ll need a winter coat, some pullovers, scarves and gloves, just like at home (but possibly for a shorter period of time!). Otherwise, you’ll have to fork out for these items when you get here! We even have some recommendations to get in you in the mood for your new life in Spain. Click HERE!
FIVE: Number 5 on the list was “bits and pieces from home”. Even the least sentimental among us will appreciate photos of family and friends, and perhaps a few postcards or a calendar from home to add a familiar touch to our new living quarters.
SIX: Basic medicines. It will take you a while to become familiar with the local health care system and the brand names of Spanish medicines. You may wish to pack a few of the most basics such as aspirin, lemsip, sticking plasters and cough syrup for emergencies.
SEVEN: While there’s no substitute for having a good level of spoken Spanish, if your Spanish is below par, a phrase book and a good dictionary will help you get through most situations in the early days.
EIGHT: This will surprise you: a Swiss army knife! These things are great; the best ones have can-openers, scissors, eating utensils, .. you name it! It’s the ideal tool to get you through those few days while you’re staying in a hostel and looking for long-term accommodation.
NINE: Once you’ve sorted out somewhere to live, you may be surprised to discover that it can take a day or two to have the electricity supply turned on (usually turned off since the last tenant left). A torch/flashlight will suddenly become your most treasured possession!
TEN: You tell us!
If you have a suggestion about what people should be cramming into their suitcases, please pass it on!
Blue Door Language School in Cordoba was among the first employers to confirm that they will be returning to the Spainwise TEFL Jobs Fair this year. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to meet teachers from so many different backgrounds” says Head Teacher, Gabby Hewitt. “Year after year we’ve found that the best teachers look past the online offers and visit the fair to discuss the nitty-gritty of teaching opportunities for themselves”.
FECEI, the National Federation of Private Language Schools in Spain, has confirmed that it will be sponsoring the eighth TEFL Jobs Fair. “Spainwise is a showcase for the top language schools in Spain and brings reputable employers and in a unique event” a spokesperson for FECEI declared. “It’s a pleasure for FECEI to support this worthy event once again”, the spokesperson continued. The 2016 Fair will be held on Saturday 14th May in Cordoba (Spain) and will host 50 exhibitors, including recruiting schools, exam boards, publishers and teaching organizations.
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