question.. are there any other ESL jobs that you know somewhere in Alabang aside from Edubox and Duzon.. maraming salamat!
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Any of you teaching Japanese students? I wouldn't call it a call center type but literally just an online tutor :-) Pay is 60/lesson. 1lesson=30mins. Pwede na :-) And flexible pa the schedule.
You want to work in the comfort of your house?
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meron sa alabang alam ko kaso yung iba di ko alam kung open pa.. san ba yung edubucks sa alabang?
to name a few na alam ko:
My english learning center - alpap2
Brent online - alpap2
Talkstation - alpap2
gofluent - northgate
Duzon - insular
IMAboy - somwhere in madrigal
Jabez - di ko din ala kung asan sa madrigal..
meron din ata isa pa.. bago lang EDUMAN. di ko pa alam kung asan..
-According to my friend & confirmed it too when i spoke to HR - Edubox is almost near MSA BLDG. -if you see MERALCO derechuhin mo yung street na yun- sa may dulo siya-pinaka-LAST BUILDING na makikita mo. Medyo flesh yung color ng bldg. (i forgot the bldg. name ... sorry!) ground floor sila.
Gusto ko din ang ganito. Kaso may tumatanggap ba ng hindi Educ Grad and with no CC experience? Ortigas/Makati area?
Yup sa tycoon sila. dati daw yan cj call and talk. di ako tumagal jan training palang nararamadaman ko na nakakastress un boss nila dun. hindi friendly ang atmosphere mas lalo na un boss nilang babae. nambabarat pa kahit may esl experience ka babaratin ka ng todo. kaya if you have several choices don't put Talkzone on your list
What kind of perks do call centers offer that these Korean/Japanese ESL instructors do not offer? What's the typical salary range for these ESL class instructors and what is the starting salary over at call centers. When I applied in 2003 at one call center in Libis (it was called C something), the salary back then was just P12,500.
Also, for these Korean/Japanese, what kind of equipment do they use to conduct the classes? Classes are mostly one to one so I would think the use of laptops will do.
In terms of location, what would be most desirable and secure? I live close to Ortigas Center.
I'm asking because I plan to open up one myself within a year's time and any thoughts or insights will be extremely appreciated.
Also, I think the big difference between the pay is the work throughput since I've worked at a Call Center before and management tracks calls made each hour while for ESL instructions, I would think that it's conducted at a slower pace and if teaching the same student over a period, will be more fulfilling. Call Centers are owned by big companies while ESL's are mostly mom and pop shops.
Not sure about teaching English but I'm sure it will be less stressful than getting yelled at or being hung up on by customers of the call centers.
I'm with the school of thought that win-win for employer and employee will always be the best so I'm not the type who will haggle down the salary.
Last edited by internalaudit; Nov 24, 2011 at 09:48 PM.
Tanung ko lang pexers kung may bayad yung one month training dito? And how much ang salary dito sa Xepesys? TNX TNX