VERBAL ENGLISH IN CHINA - OVERVIEW

POSTS FOR SEPT 2017, TEACHING VERBAL ENGLISH

For people with interest or skills in PE, sport or performing arts, there are opportunities to coach, teach and assist Chinese teachers in lessons and extra-curricular activities.

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COMBINE WITH SPORTS COACHING

A fantastic opportunity to support the development of sport in China. Football is popular of course, but we also know the Chinese are throwing millions at many different sports in their bid to take on the rest of the world.

You can combine the Verbal English role with developing the school’s sports teams and assisting PE teachers in lessons. For those inclined, you’ll find there’s a huge amount to do, with hearts and minds ready to listen.

 

PROFESSOR CATHY YANG, DIRECTOR OF LANGUAGES, BEIJING NORMAL UNIVERSITY

Yang Qingyun (Cathy Yang) is Professor of English Language and Director of the Beijing Normal University Foreign Language Institute. She is a doctoral tutor and President of Beijing Verbal Education China. BVEC is the project based company charged with the development of verbal education – grown from a seed more than 10 years ago. Cathy is a highly respected figure at Beijing Normal University, and the University is one of the oldest and most prestigious in China. Visit our partners page, or you can also visit her profile on the university website by clicking here.

INTRODUCING HOPE....

We’re delighted to say that Hope is one of the nicest people we’ve ever worked with. Her job is to make sure you’re taken care of from the moment we link you up together to the time you leave your post (unless you decide to stay!) Hope (and David, who you’ll meet when you scroll down) will provide the link between your Chinese school placement or College enrollment, helping you take your journey into a different, exciting and vibrant world.

BE PART OF A PRESTIGIOUS PROJECT - NOT JUST A 'TEFL' POST

 

Our job here in the UK is to help you get to grips with every aspect along the way – removing barriers – from application, to filling you with confidence and skills in how to do the job.

So if you’ve found your way here – chances are someone has recommended you or tipped you off.

Teach English in China

"What's it like?" - read Tatiana's response

 

Tatiana shares her experiences of working on our programme

We are supporting a Chinese government drive to send UK Graduates deep into China to support children to develop English and PE / Sport. We need you to help improve speaking skills, develop confidence and drive up aspirations.

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Wages around twice the local average

The monthly pay is approximately two to three times that of a local teacher in these areas of China.

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Easy application process

Applications to work in China can feel complicated, especially if you’re dealing with a recruitment agency rather than an education specialist – but – we have the skills to nurture you through the process and get you settled in China

Supercharge your CV

Character, resilience, leadership skills and cultural awareness enhances future career opportunities and a real, paid job in China is puts you in a different position to the masses. The ‘travelling thing’ is great, everyone’s at it!

Free food and accomodation

Accommodation and food is provided by the school – nothing to pay. You get your own room and three meals per day and the likelihood of being around other foreign teachers.

Good holidays and a chance to travel

You get paid during the short national holidays, giving you a great opportunity to travel around and soak up the customs and traditions of rural and urban China.

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TEFL and SpeechCraft training provided

The Chinese are very hospitable, and will provide three meals per day or a monthly food allowance. We just hope you like Chinese food!