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Full-time ESL Job Wanted: Middle East, South East Asia

Posted By: Naheed Khaldi
Date: 18 August 2014

An experienced and CELTA/PTLLS qualified ESL Teacher with over 4 years’ experience in one-to-one and group teaching. Has worked with diverse international students and has created and adapted successful creative lessons to a range of diverse mixed ability ESOL learners ranging from Entry 1 – Entry 3.

• Highly skilled in adapting materials to suit students’ needs through creative and detailed lesson planning
• Raised level of students’ confidence through group, pair and individual activities
• Raised level of a one-to-one student teaching from Entry 3 to Level 1
• Successfully prepared a small group of Entry 1 students for their Trinity speaking and listening exams
• Created lesson plans and delivered lessons to diverse international students
Kingston Adult Education 2013 – present
Sessional EFL Tutor
• Assess learners at the start, during, and at the end of their course
• Identify learners who need extra support e.g. dyslexic or literacy students
• Design scheme of work that incorporates aims of the learners
• Design individual learning plans for each learner’s journey using SMART objectives
• Adhere to single equality scheme that ensures inclusivity for all learners
• Use a range of different approaches and resources to meet the needs of individuals and groups
NMC (Nursing & Midwifery Council) 2012 -present

Registrations Centre Officer

•Relaying complex information in a way that is easy for a diverse and wide cross section of international and national customers
•Reducing customer tension and inspiring confidence in the regulatory functions of the NMC

Customer Service Representative 2009 – 2012

• Developed strong professional relationship with BPP students and in particular with students with whom I was their preferred contact
• Dealt with frontline enquiries and day to day administration requests to supports students in their progress through course programmes

Is a voluntary organisation that empowers non-native English speakers with English language skills that is based in Kingston.
Voluntary ESOL Tutor 2009 – 2012
• Planning and teaching lessons to a mixed ability class consisting of 6 students
• Identifying needs of the students and tailoring classes to suit needs of the students
• Conducted activities that targeted language awareness, vocabulary building, skills development
Major Accounts Handler 2001-2008
• Contact customers when service issues may affect delivery commitments to avoid disappointment and manage expectations
• To provide the customer with suitable solutions relating to problem shipments or complaints that satisfies their needs
A courier company that provided delivery solutions to major financial institutions.
Customer Service Representative 1998 – 2000
Handling calls related to service related issues, problem-solving of queries and providing hardcopies. Additional tasks covered computerised data entry, word processing and general office duties necessary to ensure the smooth day-to-day operations of the business.
Continental Research
Telephone Market Researcher 1996 – 1998
Collating data involve by interviewing a wide cross-section of the public and senior managers.
BA (HONS) French & Arabic (2; 1) 1998-1998
Volunteer Training Course in Teaching ESOL 3RD October 2011 – 12th December 2011

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