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Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: Not Known

Teacher Details:


Name: Hannah
Teacher ID: 5335
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: Yes

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 15th August 2019
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: No preference

Education


Highest Qualification: BA
Degree Subject: Law LLB
University / Institution: Durham University
Grade: 2:1 predicted – I graduate in July 2019
Do you have a TEFL certificate: Yes
Details of TEFL certificate:

Gotoco 120 hour in class TEFL certificate

Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

Work Experience

Position


Job title: English Teacher
Employer: Gotoco – English House, Xian, China
Date of employment: August – September 2017
Summary of role:

• I spent one month in China teaching English to students ranging from 2yrs-15yrs old.
• I taught for over 35 hours and completed various training towards gaining a TEFL qualification.
• I taught in a variety of situations, including the grand opening of a new pre-school where myself and a colleague utilised song to teach the children their ABC’s.
• During this time, I was given Mandarin lessons, thus providing me with a basic level of Mandarin.

Position


Job title: Native English Speaker
Employer: Angloville
Date of employment: Jun – July 2018
Summary of role:

• I spent a week in Romania teaching English to Adults, particularly business English, and a week in Poland teaching Juniors (10-18year olds) English. I spent over 140 hours teaching in total.

Position


Job title: Premium Tutor
Employer: MyTutor
Date of employment: January 2017 – present
Summary of role:

• I tutor English Literature & Language, Politics and Sociology to students aged 11 and upwards
• On average, my AS level students’ progress by 2 grades and 99% gain A or B grades

Position


Job title: Vacation Scheme
Employer: Eversheds Sutherland
Date of employment: April 2015 – July 2019
Summary of role:

• I completed a 2 week Vacation Scheme in 2018 at the London office, I sat in Pensions and Commercial. My tasks in each team involved extensive research. In Commercial my work was heavily IP focused. I researched design rights, making me familiar with IPO and EUIPO. This experience have helped to improve my critical thinking skills and develop more commercial awareness.
• I am mentored as part of the Eversheds Academy, which I was selected for after completing various work experience
• I was awarded the Scott Wagland Bursary which covers the cost of my tuition fee.
• I spent a week in Birmingham, working with my mentor Patrick Davis within the Corporate and Commercial Practice Group.

Position


Job title: Work Experience Student
Employer: Anglian Water
Date of employment: July 2016
Summary of role:

• I spent a week within Anglian Water’s Legal Department in Huntingdon, working with their legal team on numerous issues.
• I produced a report comparing gas fittings to water fittings, which suggested how legislation regarding water fittings could be altered to replicate that of gas fittings. This report was sent on to Theresa May in the hopes that we may be able to get legislation changed.
• I accompanied Solicitors to court to resolve legal proceedings they had against customers that would not pay their water bills.
• I produced a document which set out new policy for the legal department to deal with customer complaints in a way that allowed them to find new forms of contact for customers that become abusive.

Position


Job title: Work Experience Student
Employer: Foot Anstey
Date of employment: October 2015
Summary of role:

• We focused on areas such as intellectual property and dispute resolution, completing activities which involved critical thinking and decision-making.
• We were given an insight into agricultural land law, where we were shown the original contracts that gave farmers the rights and ownership’s of their farms. We discussed how new laws have made it harder for farmers to prove they have ownership of their farms as many of the original documents have been lost or damaged

Position


Job title: Catering Manager
Employer: J.B Catering
Date of employment: April 2015 – present
Summary of role:

• I work as a catering manager, helping to manage one of a series of fast food vans that serves at events and venues such as Newmarket Racecourse.
• I have an NCASS Level 2 Food Hygiene Qualification, which I trained for and received as part of my training as Catering Manager, as my role includes monitoring the books and ensuring health & safety standards are met.

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

I have previously taught abroad in over 3 countries whilst completing my degree. I thoroughly enjoyed my time teaching abroad, especially as I was able to learn about different cultures and meet new people. I find teaching extremely rewarding and the ability to teach whilst exploring new countries only improves the experience.

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

I hold a 120 hour in classroom TEFL which I gained whilst teaching abroad in China. I also taught for over 140 hours in Poland and Romania, working with students from age 10-50+. I regularly teach a wide variety of subjects online, having taught for over 170 hours. Overall, this equates to over 400 hours of teaching!
I am passionate about travelling and immersing myself into new cultures, and I believe my teaching experience will allow me to teach any student with ease.

Additional information:

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applicant Photo

Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: Not Known

Teacher Details:


Name: Hannah
Teacher ID: 5335
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: Yes

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 15th August 2019
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: No preference

Education


Highest Qualification: BA
Degree Subject: Law LLB
University / Institution: Durham University
Grade: 2:1 predicted – I graduate in July 2019
Do you have a TEFL certificate: Yes
Details of TEFL certificate:

Gotoco 120 hour in class TEFL certificate

Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

Work Experience

Position


Job title: English Teacher
Employer: Gotoco – English House, Xian, China
Date of employment: August – September 2017
Summary of role:

• I spent one month in China teaching English to students ranging from 2yrs-15yrs old.
• I taught for over 35 hours and completed various training towards gaining a TEFL qualification.
• I taught in a variety of situations, including the grand opening of a new pre-school where myself and a colleague utilised song to teach the children their ABC’s.
• During this time, I was given Mandarin lessons, thus providing me with a basic level of Mandarin.

Position


Job title: Native English Speaker
Employer: Angloville
Date of employment: Jun – July 2018
Summary of role:

• I spent a week in Romania teaching English to Adults, particularly business English, and a week in Poland teaching Juniors (10-18year olds) English. I spent over 140 hours teaching in total.

Position


Job title: Premium Tutor
Employer: MyTutor
Date of employment: January 2017 – present
Summary of role:

• I tutor English Literature & Language, Politics and Sociology to students aged 11 and upwards
• On average, my AS level students’ progress by 2 grades and 99% gain A or B grades

Position


Job title: Vacation Scheme
Employer: Eversheds Sutherland
Date of employment: April 2015 – July 2019
Summary of role:

• I completed a 2 week Vacation Scheme in 2018 at the London office, I sat in Pensions and Commercial. My tasks in each team involved extensive research. In Commercial my work was heavily IP focused. I researched design rights, making me familiar with IPO and EUIPO. This experience have helped to improve my critical thinking skills and develop more commercial awareness.
• I am mentored as part of the Eversheds Academy, which I was selected for after completing various work experience
• I was awarded the Scott Wagland Bursary which covers the cost of my tuition fee.
• I spent a week in Birmingham, working with my mentor Patrick Davis within the Corporate and Commercial Practice Group.

Position


Job title: Work Experience Student
Employer: Anglian Water
Date of employment: July 2016
Summary of role:

• I spent a week within Anglian Water’s Legal Department in Huntingdon, working with their legal team on numerous issues.
• I produced a report comparing gas fittings to water fittings, which suggested how legislation regarding water fittings could be altered to replicate that of gas fittings. This report was sent on to Theresa May in the hopes that we may be able to get legislation changed.
• I accompanied Solicitors to court to resolve legal proceedings they had against customers that would not pay their water bills.
• I produced a document which set out new policy for the legal department to deal with customer complaints in a way that allowed them to find new forms of contact for customers that become abusive.

Position


Job title: Work Experience Student
Employer: Foot Anstey
Date of employment: October 2015
Summary of role:

• We focused on areas such as intellectual property and dispute resolution, completing activities which involved critical thinking and decision-making.
• We were given an insight into agricultural land law, where we were shown the original contracts that gave farmers the rights and ownership’s of their farms. We discussed how new laws have made it harder for farmers to prove they have ownership of their farms as many of the original documents have been lost or damaged

Position


Job title: Catering Manager
Employer: J.B Catering
Date of employment: April 2015 – present
Summary of role:

• I work as a catering manager, helping to manage one of a series of fast food vans that serves at events and venues such as Newmarket Racecourse.
• I have an NCASS Level 2 Food Hygiene Qualification, which I trained for and received as part of my training as Catering Manager, as my role includes monitoring the books and ensuring health & safety standards are met.

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

I have previously taught abroad in over 3 countries whilst completing my degree. I thoroughly enjoyed my time teaching abroad, especially as I was able to learn about different cultures and meet new people. I find teaching extremely rewarding and the ability to teach whilst exploring new countries only improves the experience.

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

I hold a 120 hour in classroom TEFL which I gained whilst teaching abroad in China. I also taught for over 140 hours in Poland and Romania, working with students from age 10-50+. I regularly teach a wide variety of subjects online, having taught for over 170 hours. Overall, this equates to over 400 hours of teaching!
I am passionate about travelling and immersing myself into new cultures, and I believe my teaching experience will allow me to teach any student with ease.

Additional information: