It’s been a while since I published a video on my YouTube channel.
And one of my new year’s resolutions was to post more videos on YouTube, Facebook and Insta. I spent last weekend preparing a list of topics, so you’ll definitely see more videos from me in the coming weeks and months.
But today I’m sharing part of an interview I recorded way back with a good colleague of mine, Josh Round. He’s a director of studies at St Giles London.
One of the key problems that many non-native speakers face when job hunting is the interview stage. That’s why I asked Josh to share his top tips for job interviews.
You will learn:
- what the most typical questions are and how to answer them
- what you need to do as a non-native speaker to impress the recruiter
- what Josh and other directors of studies value most highly in candidates.
Hope this video gave you some good ideas how you can succeed in a job interview as a ‘non-native speaker’.
And as I mentioned above, I’ve been preparing a list of video topics that I’d like to address. Here are a few ideas which you’re likely to see me do a video about:
- Are native speakers better English teachers?
- Should I worry about having an accent as a non-native speaker?
- Which companies hire non-native speaker teachers?
- Where can I teach online as a non-native speaker?
But ideally, I’d love to hear from you. So let me know which topics you’d like me to make a video about. What are some of the questions and challenges you have?
Leave me a comment below, and I’ll record a video on your chosen topic.