I have sufficient material to teach OET having completed the provisional course. Each student will have a unique plan designed for them and a homework for each class.
For general medical classes, I believe that the student should be the centre of each class. You will speak minimum 70 percent of the time as I guide the lesson and give feedback. For each class you will receive a lesson plan. I normally make notes during the class and stop 2/3 times within an hour to address any errors rather than interrupting the student each time.
My classes are fun, interactive, effective and depending on what you request normally involve using all three key areas, speaking, listening and reading. Writing is also a possibility if you need to improve this area. I like to use videos such as ted talk/vox video as listening home-works and provide questions to compliment the video. This video introduces the theme of the class which we will discuss in detail. Then, I find a related article for you to read aloud and then we discuss this theme or topic in depth based on the video and the article. Obviously, we will address errors and work on pronunciation and expanding vocab at the same time.
This is one idea of a class for those B1 and above in level. However, classes are tailored to each student’s needs.
I am a qualified TEFL teacher with the CELTA certificate.
I am provisonally qualified to teach OET classes and am registered on their website.
I have been teaching medical English for more than 3 years.
I was a nurse in the NHS and private sector and so understand medical English well to help you pass the OET exam. Or even, if you want to generally improve your English with patients or colleagues.
I have a degree in American Studies and a PG Diploma in Adult Nursing.
35 GBP one class
30 GBP 5 classes
28 GBP 10 classes plus.
25 GBP 20 classes.
English Language Teacher April 2018– current
• I am a full time on-line English language teacher, working for a mix of on-line platforms and independently specialising in medical Engligh, general, IELTS and childrens’ classes with Chinese platforms.
English Language Teacher January 2018-April
(Burlington School, Fulham)
• I teach the young learners winter programme in the mornings with students from around the world aged 5-15. They are A1-B1 level. Also I give private 1:1 classes to adults in the afternoon.
English Language Teacher April 2017- current
• I work part time teaching English online for two platforms. I currently have students from all over the world including, Poland, Russia, Iran, Kuwait, Spain and Hungary. I have regular students from beginners to intermediates. I give many IELTS classes online. I use a variety of material to keep my classes interactive and efficient. I have a 5 star rating on both websites.
English Language Teacher February 2017-December 2017
• I taught both individual and group classes at the school and in businesses. A mixture of text book based classes, business and social conversation classes. I also gave medical English classes to a doctor.
English Language Teacher August 2016-February 2017
• I taught at this school for 6 months. I taught a mix of classes for both children and adults in both private and small group settings, both in the school and in businesses. I had a mix of students such as business people, doctors and pharmacists (as my background is nursing) as well as college students and children. I taught TOEIC and IELTS at this school and received training to teach TOEFL.
Teacher training to teach English as a foreign language July-August 2016
(CELTA course at International House, Guadalajara).
December 2015-April 2016
• Travelled to Mexico and Central America. I spent 8 weeks volunteering for Projects Abroad UK: 4 weeks in a primary school with disabled children and 4 weeks with Cruz Verde clinic in Guadalajara, Mexico.
• Language swap for 8 weeks learning Spanish and teaching English 1:1 with a student from Mexico.
Adult Nurse Band 5 January 2015-December 2015
(Outpatients Department, BUPA Cromwell Hospital, Earls Court, London Tel: (concealed information))
• Wound care post surgery, removal of clips and sutures.
• Negative VAC therapy for wound care.
• Assisting consultants with minor procedures, colposcopies, hysteroscopies gynae procedures, eye procedures, removal of lesions, plastics and dermatology procedures etc.
• Assisting with walk in patients.
• In charge of the department on weekend shifts.
Adult Nurse Band 5 Bank staff member January 2015-December 2015
Permanent staff member January 2014-December 2014
(Acute Assessment Unit (AAU), Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, 359 Fulham Road, SW10 9NH. Tel:(concealed information))
• I worked in this large acute assessment unit for one year. The unit was the largest ward in the hospital and primarily cared for acute medical patients as well as surgical, urology, orthopaedic and plastics patients.
• I worked between three areas of the ward, primarily in Level 1 which has 8 beds for patients who had acutely deteriorated and unwell and needed hourly monitoring and were nursed in a similar way to HDU patients requiring 1 nurse to 4 patients. I also worked in the trolleys area where patients were received from A & E and in the standard bay of 7 patients.
• I completed my Non Invasive Ventilation course here and am trained in looking after patients requiring CPAP/BIPAP and Vapotherm.
• After leaving as permanent staff member I joined the Bank office and continued to keep up my ward skills working shifts on AAU whilst working for BUPA.
• I mentored final placement students on the ward.
Adult Nurse Band 5 August 2012-January 2014
(Rainsford Mowlem Ward, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, 359 Fulham Road, SW10 9NH. Tel: (concealed information))
• I worked in this surgical/gastro ward for one and a half years after qualifying as a nurse.
• The ward specialised in surgeries for gastro, bariatric, colo-rectal and plastics patients as well as treating gastro medical patients with IBD, colitis and liver disease.
• I was a stoma and tissue viability link nurse for the ward. I have extensive knowledge in these areas in particular surgical wound dressings. I also have much experience in assessing and dressing pressure sore wounds and implementing effective care plans.
• I am confident in caring for pre and post op surgical patients. Including caring for surgical wound sites, drains, chest drains and caring for patients with central lines.
• I had experience of being in charge of the ward on both day and night shifts during the my last six months on the ward so have some band six experience of coordinating a large ward.
• Completed my intravenous medication course.
• Completed my Mentorship course with Kings College London. I have mentored 3 final place students as well as co mentored first and second year students.
Personal Assistant/Support Worker July 2009-September 2010
(Independent Living Agency. 954 High Road, North Finchley, London N12 9RX. Tel: (concealed information))
• Worked as a personal assistant to enable disabled clients to be able to live independent lives. I worked full time for 4 weeks with a client with muscular dystrophy helping with all aspects of care from personal care, home help, moving and handling and help with daily tasks of living.
• Worked as a personal assistant to a client with pro pria spinal myclonia for almost one year. A rare disease which causes frequent daily seizures. I assisted with daily tasks of living, medication prompts and administering of medication (midazolam) when seizures occurred. Role often involved trips to Accident and Emergency when medication failed to control seizures. Overnight stays required.
Travelled to South America January 2009-April 2009
Personal Assistant/Team Administrator July 2008-November 2008
(Cancer Research UK. 61 Lincoln Inn Fields, London WC2A 3PX)
• PA to the Director of Anti-Tobacco Control.
Area Beneficiaries Manager’s Assistant February 2007-April 2008
(IndependentAge. 6 Avonmore Road, London W14 8RL)
Temporary Customer Service Administrator July 2006-December 2006
(The Almanac Gallery. 130 New Kings Road. London SW6 4GG)
Travelled to Australia, New Zealand and Asia August 2004-November 2005
Nursing: PG Diploma Adult Nursing: Kings College London September 2010-August 2012
Lancaster University (Sept 2000-June 2003) BA American Studies 2:1
Cardinal Vaughan Sixth Form, Holland Park. London (Sept 1998-June 2000) Classical Civilisation, English Literature & History (A-levels) B, B, B
Sacred Heart High School, Hammersmith. London (Sept 1993-June 1998) Art, English Literature & Language, French, History, Maths, R.E, Double Science, Technology (GCSEs) A, A A, B, A, B, A, B B & B
OET PROVISIONAL PROVIDER 2019
-TEFL weekend course completed in September 2005 (London Regents Park College)
-Language swap 1:1 for 2 years, learning Spanish and teaching English with Spanish student from Valencia 2013-2015
- Intermediate level in Spanish (B1 certificate). Now almost B2 level.
Perfect! Suzanne is teaching my partner to prepare Occupational English Test (OET) for healthcare professions.
She is a really good and knowledgeable teacher and her lessons are really effective and perfectly tailored to student's needs.
Hi, thanks so much for a lovely review. I love teaching OET and Medical English. She is a great student, which helps. Very dedicated.
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