I had worked as a Personal Tutor at Wall Street English for 15 months. During working at Wall Street English, I felt that I was working. It seemed that I just simply played and help Vietnamese people study English. My student and I have created many unforgettable memories, such as organizing PT’s speaking club, celebrating seasonal events, and joining outdoor activities. Moreover, I have gained many useful business insight and management experiences due to working at Wall Street English. From my personal experience, I believe that Wall Street English is a worth-working destination in Vietnam for expats who are looking for a job; and want to embrace the Vietnamese culture.
1.Introduction of Wall Street English
Wall Street English is one of the largest English institutions in the world. It was established by Luigi Tiziano Peccenini in 1972 in Italy. Followed by the business model, franchise, over 45 years, Wall Street English has been opened in 27 countries all around the world.Throughout 4 years, Wall Street English Vietnam has expanded its business and opened 6 centers around Ho Chi Minh City, which are Le Quy Don, Pico Plaza, Hung Vuong Plaza, SC Vivo City, Vincom Thao Dien, and Vincom Go Vap.
2. What Makes Wall Street English Different?
At Wall Street English, teaching English is not simply a job, but is about changing Student’s future. 45% of Vietnamese can speak a basic level of English but are far from fluent, especially the generations before the 90s, because while they were at school, the education had not focused on English. Then, when they graduated and had a job, they are too busy to study English. With the modern and effective teaching approach, comprehensive teaching materials, small class sizes, and premier facilities, Wall Street English is an ideal solution assisting over 10,000 students to speak English confidently and fluently.
Besides the outstanding product and service, Wall Street English is also famous for the company’s employee benefits. The benefits are listed below:-
- Competitive salary
- Bonus on completion of a year of service
- Annual performance-based salary increase
- Assistance setting up a bank account
- Full training and on-going professional development
- Visa and work permits organized and paid by Wall Street English Vietnam
- Health insurance and medical check
- Holiday allowance: 21 days plus Vietnam national holidays
- Airport pick up, initial stay in hotel and allowance (for international hires)
- Quality facilities and teaching resources
- Social activities
- Welcome Pack with a guide to living in Vietnam
- Free Vietnamese language lessons.
In order to apply for Wall Street English teachers, you need to
- Be native English speaker
- Be a passport holder from New Zealand, USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Ireland, or South Africa.
- Have university degree
- Be passionate at learning and development
- Get along with a dynamic, professional, and fun approach
- Be positive, flexible, hard-working and proactive.
Moreover, Wall Street English also requires applicants to have a CELTA or equivalent in TEFL certification with some requirements listed below:
- 120 or more hours in a minimum four-week program
- Group sizes no larger than 6:1 trainee to trainer ratio
- Minimum of 6 hours observed and evaluated teaching practice with real students
- Qualified trainers holding a university degree, TEFL certificate, and a minimum of 8 years of international teaching experience in at least 2 countries.
- Written and teaching assessment of trainees.
NOTED: Curriculum should include:
- Classroom management
- Practice with at least three different ESL textbook series
- Practice working with ESL audiovisual aids and materials
- Introduction to international exam series or one business English textbook series
- It is important that your certification is a minimum of 120 hours on-site training with a minimum of 6 hours observed teaching practice from a certified trainer.
You can find more information and apply online through Wall Street English website.
If you love helping people and engaging in Vietnamese culture easily. Why don’t you apply for Wall Street English!