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||@WY/Michaela /티칭경력: 아래참조요
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||After completing my degree I was fortunate to be able to travel and experience different countries and cultures, before returning to embark on a career working in the Social Care sector in England. Throughout my career, I worked in various roles, often en
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| Information On Your College or University
||-Name : Nene University (Northampton) College
-Location : City(Northampton) State(Northamptonshire) Country(UK)
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||I am currently working as an ESL Teacher / Activity Leader for MLI International Schools in Edinburgh. Although, as this is a Summer School, this will cease from 9th August 2017. Prior to starting the Celta, I worked for three months in the UK as a Cover Supervisor in secondary schools, delivering lessons to students in the absence of their primary tutor due to sickness / absence issues.
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||I consider myself to be a friendly, outgoing person who loves t travel and experience new things. I am a hard worker and a good team player. I relish a new challenge and would very mush appreciate the opportunity to teach English in Korea.
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|**이하 Resume(원본은 요청 시 제공)=====================
After completing my degree I was fortunate to be able to travel and experience different countries and cultures, before returning to embark on a career working in the Social Care sector in England. Throughout my career, I worked in various roles, often engaging with vulnerable adults and young people. I continued to travel and participate in different courses and activities to expand my life experiences.
I enjoy experiencing different cultures and meeting new people. As a native English speaker, I was often approached by locals who wanted to practice their English skills on me, or was asked to assist explaining a language point. My wish to expand on my passion for travel and desire to embark on a new career led me to apply to engage on a CELTA course.
I found the course both challenging and rewarding, I enjoyed learning about my own language and more importantly how to convey it to others within a classroom environment; I now feel empowered with the tools to begin my new career. My background in Social Care means that I am very client-focused and want to deliver the best service, which I can tailor to my students. I am eager to further my development as a teacher and am looking for a school where I can implement the skills acquired on the CELTA, learn new techniques and take on new challenges.
May – June 2017 CELTA (Pass)
Cambridge School, Granollers – www.cambridgeschool.com
2016 Birmingham Metropolitan College, England
Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services Residential Management.
1998-1999 Diploma University of Central England
Common Professional Law Exam
1995-1998 Degree Nene University College Northampton
BA/BSc (Hons) Law with Philosophy 2:2
1992-1995 ‘A’ Level Cardinal Wiseman R.C School, Coventry
Law, C; Psychology, C; Christian Theology, D; History, E; Biology, U
1990-1992 G.C.S.E. Cardinal Wiseman R.C School, Coventry
9 G.C.S.E exams grade A – C including Mathematics & English Language and French.
July- August 2017 MLI International Schools, England
Employed as an English Language teacher at the Summer School in Wembley, London (due to finish 06.08.2017).
April 2002 – May 2017 Employed in the Social Care sector in England
I worked as a Training Assistant in a Secure Training Centre, managing and ‘key working’ challenging Young Offenders serving custodial sentences; within the prison service we promoted education in multiple formats to young people who, in some circumstances, had been out of main stream education for a number of years.
In 2005 I started working for charitable organisations, engaging with both young people and adults who were either homeless or threatened with homelessness. I managed a Day Centre, a Homeless Intervention Team and accommodation units for both Coventry Cyrenians and St Basil’s. I moved to work as a Project Manager in a Therapeutic Children’s Home and another designed to prepare young people for leaving care, before working as a Coordinator at a Family Contact Centre. Within all these working environments, education and life-skills were an important factor; therefore I adopted a multi-faceted approach to education.
I worked part-time as an assistant youth worker, engaging young people in meaningful activities and promoting community cohesion. I also gained teaching experience working as a Cover Supervisor in secondary schools for three months before leaving the UK. My previous work experience was varied; I worked in local hospitals as a receptionist and administrator. Whilst studying I was employed on a part-time basis as a pool lifeguard, and domestic assistant. During my time abroad I worked as a paralegal in Australia and a clinic coordinator in Auckland General Hospital, New Zealand.
Transferrable skills and abilities acquired
• Excellent communication and organisational skills.
• Committed ‘team player’, focussed on achieving the best outcomes for customers and my team.
• Hard working and motivated.
Languages: A2 level French
IT skills: Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel.
Driving: Full, clean UK driving license
DBS: Enhanced ‘live’ DBS available
Reading, to expand my knowledge, scuba diving and continue travelling and visiting historical sites,
Philippa Cairncross and Aileen O’Connor CELTA Main Course Tutors, Cambridge School, Granollers.
Alison Corkingdale, Community & Fostering Services Manager, DMR Services, Birmingham, England.
Dr. Kevin Epps, Director & Consultant Psychologist, Positive Pathways, Birmingham England. email@example.com