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Description:

Travel Italy and become TEFL-TP? Certified with A.C.L.E. Receive expert training on how to teach English to Italian children through games, drama, and songs; meet people from around the world; teach at our numerous summer camps and enjoy all that Italy has to offer!

PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS

Strengthen your résumé by becoming TEFL.TP? certified
Receive expert training during an orientation week
Travel & teach all over Italy at our numerous summer camps while receiving a paid study grant
Live with host families and fully immerse yourself in local culture and traditions, as well as learn/practice some Italian
Build lasting friendships and lifelong memories with people from all over the world, your host families, and the children you’ll teach at camp


Qualifications:

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS
? Mother-tongue English speakers (or of equivalent proficiency)
? Aged 19 and over
? Passionate about working with children and able to work in a team environment
? Must be able to attend one of the following orientations in Italy:
ORIENTATION 1. May 31st - June 6th;
ORIENTATION 2. June 7th - 13th;
ORIENTATION 3. June 14th - 20th
Please note that all orientations start on Sunday with an administrative meeting at 6:30pm. After the Orientation, participants must then be available for a minimum of three weeks on camps.


Training:

A.C.L.E’s TEFL.TP? Study Programme is a unique opportunity to enhance your CV by learning how to teach through games, sports, drama, and songs all taught at our orientation.
All applicants attend a one-week intensive training course, usually on the Italian Riviera, where they learn everything they need to know about teaching English through theatre and play.
Once trainee tutors have completed the orientation they attend a minimum of 3 weeks in camps across Italy from the Alps to Sardinia, putting their training into practice, teaching children and having the time of their lives. The camps will run from June to September - Monday to Friday, usually from 9am until 5pm.


Benefits:

A.C.L.E. will support trainee tutors with:
A generous study grant, provided by A.C.L.E. Fondazione, which is based on the number of weeks spent teaching
Full board and lodging, generally with host families
Traveling expenses within Italy from one camp to another
Insurance against accidents connected with camp activities

Tutors are responsible for their return flight, the cost from the airport to the orientation venue, and the cost from their final camp to departing airport. Tutors must also pay an orientation fee of € 200,00 when they arrive in Italy (this includes six-night accommodation at a hotel, meals, training and didactic material at the orientation when you arrive).





Contact:

Name: ACLE
Phone: 00390184506070
Email: info@acle.org

Location:

Via Roma 70
Sanremo , Imperia
18038


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780-492-4212


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infolink@su.ualberta.ca

Hours

Fall/Winter
(Effective September 3, 2019)


InfoLink Desk at Student Life Central (Lower Level SUB)
SUB InfoLink Desk (main floor)
Monday to Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm


InfoLink ONEcard Service Centre (9104 HUB)
Monday to Friday
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8:30am - 4:30PM


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Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
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