I learnt about the acquisition of a foreign language for children and adults including the development of reading and writing, which would help me adjust to teaching anyone differing abilities
Knowing this would help me to think of innovative ways to ensure my students gain the most out of my lessons. I enjoyed studying PTLSS level 4, gaining an understanding of interaction between people and the effect of their personal environments. All of my subjects involve a great deal of written, speaking and audiovisual resources to work so throughout the courses I have developed my analytical and evaluation skills. I feel these combined with the ways in which I have been taught to convey my ideas will be helpful to a teaching role
Even when I was younger, I have always said I would be a teacher.
Playing 'classroom' with my sister was always my favourite game and I constantly played the teacher. This aspiration has firmly remained as I now see university as the first step to becoming a teacher. My experiences of school life, Martial arts sensei (teacher) and my period in the Spanish Air Forces, like a sub-official troops trainer have reinforced this ambition as throughout my life. Motivating teachers have inspired me through their dedication, enthusiasm and ability to make learning engaging. I feel that the impression a teacher leaves on a young student is critical to the beginning of their development, and the good influence my primary teachers had on me has led me to want to continue learning throughout my life with teaching as my career. English has been additionally beneficial as I learnt about the acquisition of a foreign language for children and adults including the development of reading and writing, which would help me adjust to teaching anyone differing abilities
Knowing this would help me to think of innovative ways to ensure my students gain the most out of my lessons. I enjoyed studying PTLSS level 4, gaining an understanding of interaction between people and the effect of their personal environments. All of my subjects involve a great deal of written work so throughout the courses I have developed my analytical and evaluation skills. I feel these combined with the ways in which I have been taught to convey my ideas will be helpful to a teaching role
Satisfaction for me comes in knowing that I have done my best and in teaching that would be helping others get a head start in education and seeing them progress. I believe I would thrive as a teacher because of these personal skills coupled with my own enthusiasm and persistence for my subjects. I feel that I will develop personally through the university experience and look forward to being part of the socially active community. I am also keen to meet people from all different backgrounds as I will in the role of teaching.
My adoration for Spain, his culture, tradition, history and language, can only be described with passion. A Spanish History teacher of mine once warned me 'Trust only what you can experience with your own senses.' Perplexed, I brushed away this pessimistic declaration; believing this view could only be shaped by a close-minded, bruised, distorted vision of the world. I was very wrong. After much thought over the political turmoil Spain has faced in the past century, I concluded that the senses are more significant and strong in Spain than anywhere else in Europe. Whilst historically they may have put up with hideously incompetent leaders, and captains of industry, they fail to tolerate competent works of literature, cooks, film directors, tailors, opera singers... the list goes on. In a corrupted world of disorder, disaster and exploitation, only artistic excellence is incorruptible, and maybe my teacher was right; only beauty can be trusted. And that's why not only do I strive to surround myself with the beauty of language and self learning, but more so the appreciation of communication and culture. Whilst fraud, natural disasters and war break out all around us, what can we do to hold onto any sense of individual human dignity? Maybe nothing. Maybe nothing except, perhaps, to pride ourselves on the fact that we always marinate our chorizo to magnificence, dance the most eye-catching Flamenco, or make the greatest paella in the whole town. This passion for developing my own language skills was more recently fuelled by a summer pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, where I lead a group of other British pilgrims in a 350- Km. walk, and we discover the power of the verbal communication between people. I was blessing with special skills for languages, and despite I have other qualifications and degrees, I can guarantee, that these skills bring to me more knowledge, job opportunities, friends, relationships and wonderful experiences in my life with different people and cultures than any other of my degrees. I found the experience invaluable, as I thrived in the company of like-minded individuals. Furthermore, I actively and enthusiastically participate within my friend Jane Martin from ‘Sunflower Spanish School of Languages’, giving insight on how the teaching can be improved, and establishing some Spanish conversations days, where the students have the opportunity to meet with Spanish native people, and in addition to discussing what can be done to advertise the benefits of learning a second language to other people. In the future, I aspire to teach Spanish to English people as I believe I have a natural flare in working with young and adult people. On top of this, I am working with MK Spanish (Milton Keys) running a two levels courses for Bank of Santander in his headquarters in Narborough, and I established my own Spanish lessons in my home town Hinckley, where with the support of the Vicar John Whittaker, I started to teach Spanish in St. Francis Community Centre, and also I registered myself in “English Tutors U.K.” where I already have 8 private students. This demonstrates my dedication and willingness to step out of my comfort zone, something I find reflects in all areas of the work I do. I also enjoy some charity organizations for people with disabilities or social and learning difficulties Like “Open Hands”, or “The Centre for the Blind People” both in Coventry.
something I want to continue at graduate level.
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Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 p.h.)
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GCSE or Standards (£20 p.h.)
A-Level or Highers (£20 p.h.)
Further/Higher (university) (£25 p.h.)
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I am a very experienced senior architect and interior designer, and diploma in teaching from The Coventry City College (PTLLS) I'm experienced in Spanish lessons for many years in the UK and in Spain, I am self-motivated, extremely punctuality, inspirational, work effectively within a group and private if require. I am a confident, fun person with a clear understanding of students needs. I enjoy motivating people and use a pro-active and manage different teaching style.
My teaching experience in Spanish language is more than 10 years long. I deliver Spanish classes in Spain for foreigners in Madrid and Malaga, and here in UK, I deliver classes for different organizations and private academies, like. Coventry Research centre for the Blind People, Open Hands, Sacred Hearts Foundation and The language academy "Sunflower Languages" in Rugby.
All classes allowing students to learn in a relaxed environment and is proven to be the most effective way of language learning. If you feel daunted by the thought of learning Spanish in a large group, my system is for you. Small or private class size allows for attention to the individual student, more active participation for each student and therefore better and faster language learning.
I always organice many different activities, (Spanish cinema, shopping, reading, invite Spanish people to maintain conversation with the students, and many extra out-door activities)
Up to 11 years (primary) (£20 ph.)
11+ (secondary) (£20 ph.)
GCSE or Standards (£20 ph.)
A-Level or Highers (£20 ph.)
Further/Higher (university) (£25 ph.)
Adult/Casual learner (£25 ph.)
June 1988 Universidad Complutense de Madrid Madrid, Spain
PTLLS (preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector)(Adult teaching)
DTLLS, diploma in high education, Warwick University
Weekends / Weekdays (evenings)
Types of Tutoring:
Travels to you / From their home / Online
Additional Languages Spoken:
English, Catalan, Italian, Spanish, French, Latin, Latin
Date June2016 (current job)
Position Logistic (selection, non-food)
Responsible Organice and prepare the delivers for more than 60 stores
in the Midlands
Date September 2015- June 2016
Company Hotel Maiyango, Leicester
Position Night receptionist
Responsible All the duties of a reception, end of the day, cashiering, bookings, check in, restaurant reservations, events reservations and reception general duties and maintenance, room service, bar attendant.
Date 5- April, September
Position Travel Consultant
Responsible Responsible of Hotels, rails and flighs for Tesco team, more than 50bookings a day in GDS system
Company MK Spanish
Position Spanish language teacher
Responsible Teacher of Spanish language for the Bank of Santander in His headquarters in Narborough, teaching levels A-1 and
Date on going
Company UK Tutors
Position Spanish tutor
Responsible Tutoring Spanish lessons to 8 private students
Company TRAVELODGE, (Nuneaton-Bedworth)
Position Head reception
Responsible Manage all the duties in a very busy hotel, Book-in and outs, allocate rooms, maintain good standards, advance use the Opera system, night, morning and afternoon shifts, deal with the laundry delivering and orders, end of the day procedures, cash reconciliation, etc.
ONS (Office National Statistic)
Responsible Collect the information from the citizens, house by house, in many cases help them to fill the form of the census
Planning and Management of restoration of factory in Hinckley (upper Bond St following a fire)
Design and construction of safe structure
Team planning and involvement
Management of workload and tasks
Use of CAD
Company ACCIONA (Malaga international airport) Malaga, Spain
Position Technical Project manager
Planning the output of all departments and offices in the H.Q of AENA
(Spanish national airports)
Design & Construction of walls
Project managed the electrical circuits and plumbing installation
Planned and constructed false ceilings
Development of different projects of interior decoration and large reforms in private houses
Use of CAD
BARCELO HINCKLEY ISLAND HOTEL
Night Reception &Kitchen Manager
Check in and organisation of visitors and residents
Night kitchen management · Team organisation & input
Shift planning and work load assessment
Operation of in-house customer system
Cross departmental Liaison
Madrid economic currier
Parcel delivering for several companies
Contracting the teams required
Supervising and managing the delivering through to the end
Driving my own van every days, long and short distance
Spanish Company of Electronics
Different departments like sell in many of their shops face to face with the customer
(HI-FI, electronic components actives and passives, TV, and telecommunications, radio CB and telephones)
I had the opportunity to develop a huge telemarketing experience dealing with import and export business
Contacting with many customers and suppliers from Europe, America and Far East
CTC (Decoration, and interior design) Madrid, Spain
Organising spec and design ideas
Presentation of work and plans
Management and organisation of design projects
Use of CAD
Company Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas (FFCC) Madrid,
Position Architect /Volunteer of Aid
Designer of OPTION Commercial retail centre
Designer of Supermarket: EROSKY (Madrid)
Supervision of Granada Council and UNESCO due to the city having special structural historic protection
Company Turkey (earthquake disaster) / North-west Africa (Sahara) / Somalia and URSS
Development of project and building of the new water supplier system to various towns following the earthquake, working with an International team
Working with Spanish Red-Cross, managing the convoy of Lorries for supply of materials for houses and refugee camps in DACKLA
Organisation of 5 Spanish professionals, 10 Lorries, and building the houses with 150 Saharan people whilst teaching them skills to build and maintain the structures after
Project Managing, design and development of a water supplier system for the victims of the revolution
Also managing a similar project in URSS, for the victims of Chernobyl nuclear breaks
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