Guide to ELT 2007 (Paperback)Simon Collin (author)
Paperback 196 Pages / Published: 01/01/2007
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This fully updated 2007 edition of our international yearbook is an essential reference book for anyone training or involved in English language teaching. The current edition of our respected "Guide to English Language Teaching 2007" provides a complete overview of the ELT/ESL/EFL market - for any prospective teacher or professional. This comprehensive guide to the ELT industry provides in-depth coverage of all aspects of English teaching as a career. It includes details of over 3,500 schools, courses and qualifications for career development - from basic introductory courses through to post-graduate doctorates; it covers courses for teaching English, business English and school management.This ELT guide includes analysis of the job prospects in over 70 countries, with notes on pay, conditions, legal, tax and visa requirements, safety, and red-tape and contact details of over 3,500 schools around the world with address details to contact for a job. It provides: details of courses - including pre-experience, doctorate, and school-management; details of 3,500 schools; a comprehensive guide to over 70 countries, their prospects and schools; guidance on finding a job, with a directory of websites and recruitment agencies; and advice on career development opportunities for management and post-experience.
Publisher: Keyways Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 196
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