As a ‘non-native speaker’ have you ever…
…felt like all the ELT (English Language Teaching) jobs out there are for ‘native speakers’ only?
…spent hours polishing your CV and sending rock-solid applications just to be turned down yet again because they only hire ‘native speakers’?
…been on the verge of giving up on your dreams of finally getting the ELT job you deserve, because you’re constantly told that we won’t hire ‘non-native speakers’?
If your answer is yes to any of the above, I’ve got very good news for you.
It doesn’t have to be like this.
TEFL Equity Advocates and Academy has been working very hard to raise awareness of the discrimination and persuade recruiters to adopt equal opportunities policy. And we’ll continue to do so in the future 🙂
But meanwhile, there’s actually a lot that YOU can do to improve your chances of landing your next ELT job despite the discrimination.
Watch this video to find out how you can completely turn your career around become a highly employable and successful ‘non-native speaker’ teacher.
So if you’d like to learn the exact steps that will boost your chances of landing your next ELT job in just THREE weeks (even if you’ve been turned down before), check out my course “How to become a highly employable and successful ‘non-native speaker’ teacher”.
Currently the course is available for exclusive early access, which means that I’m looking for a small, selected group of highly motivated and committed ‘non-native speaker’ teachers who would like to turn their careers around and learn a proven step-by-step method that is guaranteed to get you the jobs YOU deserve.
The exclusive early access is only available until Sunday 22nd July, when the enrolment for this course will close. And I’m not sure when it will open again. And when it does, the price will jump by at least $100.
What are you going to learn in the course?
Module 1: Understanding Native Speakerism
In this module you will learn where the prejudices, biases and the discrimination against ‘non-native speaker’ teachers stems from so you can tackle native speakerism more effectively.
You will also understand the specific beliefs and practices that help spread and maintain native speakerism, so that you are able to target them and increase your chances of employment. Finally, we will outline a step-by-step roadmap that will allow you to become a highly employable and successful ‘non-native speaker’ teacher.
Module 2: Busting the ‘Native Speaker’ Myth
You will understand why ‘native speakers’ are NOT better English teachers and boost your confidence.
You will bust some of the most typical reasons given by recruiters to justify hiring ‘native speakers’ only, so that you can effectively respond to them and increase your chances of being hired.
Module 3: Understanding and Utilising Your Strengths as a ‘Non-Native Speaker’ Teacher
In this module you will gain an understanding of the unique strengths you as a ‘non-native speaker’ have, so that you can highlight these to recruiters and boost your professional profile.
You will gain confidence by knowing how you can utilise your strengths in the recruitment process.
This module will also help you craft a winner’s mindset that will significantly increase your employability.
Module 4: Creating an Irresistible Professional Profile
You will understand which qualifications are necessary to impress the recruiter and stand out from the crowd.
You will learn how to highlight and showacase your language proficiency and which proficiency test you should take.
In this module you will also learn how to harness the power of social media and find the right niche to market your unique strengths and abilities.
Module 5: The Application Alchemy
This module will give you the exact strategies you need to drastically improve your success rate in the application process.
You will walk away with an irresistible CV and cover letter which are bound to catch the employer’s eye and get you an invitation to the interview.
You will also learn how to avoid the dodgy language schools and focus on those which offer equal opportunities, so you can save time and easily triple positive responses to your applications.
And finally, you will discover two secret but incredibly simple tricks that will ensure that your CV and application letter are read with attention.
Module 6: Crashing it at the Interview
Having been accepted for the interview, you will now learn the exact strategies that will easily boost your chances of being hired.
You will also understand and know how to avoid the most typical mistakes that ‘non-native speaker’ teachers make at the interview, so you can ensure a positive response from the recruiter.
You will finish this module being confident and completely prepared for the next interview by learning what the most typical questions are and how you can answer them effectively.
Module 7: Succeeding Beyond the Interview
This module will show you what you need to do to become a highly successful ‘non-native speaker’ teacher’.
You will learn how to promote equality and discuss native speakerism in your classroom, so that you can be confident that students appreciate you as a teacher.
You will understand how you can use your strengths as a ‘non-native speaker’ in the classroom in order to achieve better learning outcomes and receive more positive feedback from your students and the employer.
So if you want to start getting the jobs that you deserve within the next three weeks, sign up on the course before the enrolment closes this Sunday July 22nd.
See you there! 🙂