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Notes on Questionnaire for School Owners

A1. All our teachers are native speakers of English. Many of them have university degrees in other languages, such as French, German or Italian, and so can teach those languages as well. If required, we are also able to supply native speakers of those languages.

A2. All our teachers have a university degree (BA or BSc), which, together with their native-speaker status, is accepted by the Greek authorities as a sufficient qualification. The degree may be in any subject. They also have a TEFL Certificate, which gives them a practical grounding in the basics of TEFL. Some also have higher degrees, such as a Master's.

A3. Many of our teachers are newly-qualified, having just finished their university course and teaching certificate. Others are highly-experienced TEFL professionals. If you require an experienced teacher, please state how many years' experience and what kind of experience (e.g. Business English, or Cambridge Proficiency).

A4. All our teachers are at least 22 years old, as they have all finished university, but we also have many who are more mature. Please specify the age range you prefer.

A5. If you have a strong preference for a male or female teacher, please mark M or F. If you have no preference, mark X.

A6. If you have any other requirements, please state them. These might include computer skills, a driving licence, or anything else which you consider important. We will endeavour to meet any requirements that you specify. As long as we are informed of your requirements in advance of the interviews, we can discuss them with the candidates where appropriate to ensure that we make the best possible selection.

B1. Please describe the location of the school as fully as possible to ensure that the teacher we supply will know what to expect. Give information about the size of the village or town, and the extent of facilities available, including public transport.

B2-B4. These questions are designed to provide information for the teacher about the working environment. This will be treated in the strictest confidence.

B5. Please indicate the kind of teaching, such as General English, Business English, etc.

B6. For a typical small school, we recommend the following arrangement, to allow each class to have the benefit of contact with the native- speaker teacher:

A Class............1 hour per week
B......................3
C .....................3
D......................3
FCE1............... 4
FCE2................4
CAE .................4
CPE..................4
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TOTAL 26 hours per week

In the Junior classes you may prefer not to use the native-speaker teacher. From A Class, students should be allowed at least one hour per week to do communicative activities. In Classes B, C and D, we recommend that the native-speaker should teach the main course, while a Greek teacher may have one lesson per week with each class if you use a supplementary grammar book.

C1. Please indicate the approximate number of hours per week you require the English teacher to do lessons, not including other duties.
This should usually be at least twenty-five hours, but arrangements can sometimes be made for part-time work.

C2. The minimum wage for 2016-2017 is 8.13 euros gross per hour for the hours spent teaching. This amount is announced by the Ministry of Labour each year. You do not pay extra for the hours spent preparing lessons and correcting work. If you wish to attract teachers with more than the minimum level of qualifications, you should offer more than the minimum wage.

C3. In addition to the minimum wage, you should provide accommodation for the teacher.

 
 
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