I am new to this website forum and wondered if any one could assist me in finding any reputable (English) Language Schools in Italy (preferably in Rome but I would also work in Naples and further up north of the country in Milan)?
I am a University Graduate from London, professional English Language Tutor as well as a teacher in the subject.
Mainly teach ESL and EFL to adults (post 16) but also have background experience in teaching AS/ A2 English Language and Literature (which I started off doing actually!) and have recently begun to tutor Key Stage 1 and 2 and Pre – School – which is fun and different to what I normally do!
I have recently come back from Rome just over a month ago, loved the architecture, the Cafe culture and the general ambiance of the City; very different to London, UK!
I am currently flat hunting in Italy but obviously need to secure a good job pretty soon. Although my job search is going quite well in Rome, it would be great if any one could forward me a link to any Language Schools and English/ American International Pre – Schools which are currently advertising for teachers. Or even if some one knows of any students/ families who are in need of a Private Tutor; I’m sure that would also be helpful.
Also, what are the preferable types of Language Schools to work for as an expatriate teaching in Italy for the first time?
What legal rights do we have our ones employer, so to speak?
Please feel free to contact me via the elbase forum in answer to the above questions.
With respect to any possible employment in Italy, you may also forward any links/ contacts to the following: Info.alphaPT@gmail.com
I has a couple of links to EasyMilano and WantedinRome, which are the main points of reference for recruiting teachers locally, plus lots of other useful advice on what to look out for, taxes, payroll, freelancing, etc..
Thanks alextj, but this page is only informational, there’s no job proposal to see or search…
22 May, 2013 at 12:12
Total posts: 11
Reply To: EFL/ ESL Teacher in Italy (Rome/Milan)
That’s right, there are no job proposals on that page, but it tells you where you find them
That page should help you figure out the best places to look if you’re interested in Milan or Rome, as well as what to look out for.
To paraphrase badly that saying, it doesn’t give you fish, but it tells you where to fish!
There’s a job board on this site, as well as many others, and a google search will always throw up lots, but I was trying to give some general guidance – I used to be in exactly the same position myself and that’s why I wrote it.