*TEFL qualification not necessary*
A typical day at camp starts and ends with the students singing English songs together. The rest of the day is divided between the children working in small groups with their own personal tutor and taking part in big activities with the rest of the camp. The overall aim of the camps is to give children the motivation and the confidence to speak the language
Ability to lead songs, games and activities in a fun and engaging manner
Work with children in a creative, supportive and engaging learning environment
Act as a Tutor and Role Model for new and returning Summer Camp students
Represent and promote our programmes, methods and values
Create and maintain positive relationships between us and the Camp Directors, host families, participating schools, tutors and students
Fun, enthusiastic, high energy and self sufficient
Flexible in teaching style with a willingness to learn new teaching methods
Creativity and the ability to facilitate a variety of large group programmes (including sports, arts and crafts, theatre, games etc.)
Genuine interest in (and preferably previous experience) working with children
Open-minded, with an interest in learning about other cultures and societies
Enjoy working both independently and as part of a team
You must be a native English speaker who is eligible to work in the EU
Tutors must attend one 3-day training session based in Italy (arrival date options: 4th of June), and begin as a tutor at camp immediately following your training, for a minimum 2 week contract.
Training Arrival Dates: 4th of June
Contract Length: Two weeks minimum following training (to 22/6/2019 following training 1)
Job Type: Paid, €440 after tax every 2 weeks – all meals and accommodation included throughout your stay.
Added Extras: Receive extensive training in Italy, provided free of charge, with accommodation and food included.
Tutors experience Italian culture first-hand at a local level through homestay accommodation, with full bed and board provided by your host family.
Training and Summer Camp Session Dates
Our training will equip you with the necessary skills to become an excellent tutor in areas such as classroom management, planning and preparation, classroom games, crafts and large group activities.
Training takes place over a three-day period (Training 1 arrival date: 4th of June), following which tutors travel to their first camp! Your accommodation and food is provided throughout this time.
Tutors who attend training and arrive on the 4th of June must be available until Saturday 22nd of June. However, you can apply to be a tutor for as many consecutive weeks beyond this as you are available!
If you’re interested and would like to learn more about our company and what we do, visit our website, our Facebook page and our YouTube channel. Take a look around and watch some videos from last year’s camps!