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11 English questions out of 11

19 August 2020

Does British Institutes offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Friendly atmosphere, good hourly rate

Cons

No benefits, holiday pay, pay for absent students

No benefits, holiday pay, pay for absent students

19 August 2020

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13 October 2022

How are the career development opportunities at British Institutes?

Pros

Well known and established franchise

Cons

Salary, growth opportunities, management, work life balance

Salary, growth opportunities, management, work life balance

13 October 2022

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10 January 2022

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at British Institutes?

Pros

many opportunities for building experience across a broad range of teaching goals (different exam courses, different levels and ages, etc.) good staff support at the location I was working from. Help with bureaucracy of moving to Italy at the beginning. Lots of resources and help with lesson planning for new teachers

Cons

work/life balance is not great. Fairly basic pay with no real benefits

many opportunities for building experience across a broad range of teaching goals (different exam courses, different levels and ages, etc.)

10 January 2022

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29 November 2022

Does there seem to be diversity at British Institutes?

Pros

Remote working. Structured and organised. Pays on time. Nice to interact with learners from a diverse range of backgrounds and interests

Cons

Low rate of pay & prep work unpaid. If more than 3 or 4 participants in a group, difficult to adequately manage.

Nice to interact with learners from a diverse range of backgrounds and interests

29 November 2022

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16 April 2021

How is race or ethnicity talked about at British Institutes?

Pros

Good for non-native speakers of English as a part-time job.

Cons

Very unprofessional admin, no teacher support whatsoever, questionable payroll practices.

Advice to Management

Hire native speakers to run the franchises.

native speakers of English as a part

16 April 2021

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