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ESL Job: Full-time ESL Job Wanted: Any country

Posted By: Richard Garton
Date: 13 February 2014

Nationality: British
Education and Qualifications
• Oct 2013 - Jan 2014 CELTA, New College Nottingham, PASS

I taught pre-intermediate/upper intermediate multilingual groups in teaching practice, created and adapted innovative resources, and taught a wide range of skills and language. I completed four written assignments on topics including language analysis and using authentic materials.
• Oct 2013 - Jan 2014 PTLLS, New College Nottingham, PASS

This was embedded within my CELTA course.
• Sept 2012 - Dec 2012 Level 3 Award in Preparing to Support Learning, Central College Nottingham.

I examined a range of strategies for inclusive learning and increasing learner autonomy on this short course, which was provided by my employer.
• Oct 2006 - Jun 2009 BA Hons (2:1)English Literature with Creative Writing, Lancaster University
• Sept 2004 - Jul 2006 A-levels, Redhill Sixth Form College
English Literature (A), Media Studies (A), Psychology (B)

Professional Experience
• Jun 2004- Sep 2006 Waiter, Bestwood Lodge Hotel, Nottingham
• Nov 2010- Dec 2011 Teaching Assistant, Thorneywood Education Base

I provided both in-class and administrative support for 16-18-year old students, who were unable to attend mainstream school for health-related reasons.
• Jan 2012- Dec 2012 Learning Support Assistant, Central College Nottingham.
I supported a range of learners with additional needs in several subject areas in this large FE college. This included a number of ESOL students working at various levels.
• Jan 2013- present Learning Support Assistant (Specialist: Visual Impairment), Central College Nottingham.
I secured this position through an internal promotion. Similar to my previous position, but with a greater responsibility and a focus on supporting visually impaired students, who range from mild impairment to total blindness. This role involves a large amount of out-of-class support and resource adaptation, as well as in-class and access support.

English (native speaker), German (pre-intermediate). I can also sight-read grade 1 Braille.

I am a confident user of IT, particularly with word processing and the internet. I received positive feedback during my CELTA course concerning my interpersonal skills and rapport with learners.

I am an avid reader and enjoy film and theatre. I also write in my spare time, and have had a short play performed by a professional theatre company. I enjoy travelling and learning new languages.

References are available on request.

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