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Please note for any employment at RICHARD LANGUAGE COLLEGE all short-listed applicants for jobs will need to explain any gaps in their CV at the interview. You will also need to bring to the interview your passport to prove you have the right to work in the UK and the originals of your qualifications. Photocopies of these will be taken for our records.

Please provide contact details for at least two referees. References will be taken up and referees will be asked specifically whether they have any reason to doubt your suitability to work with children as at certain times of the year Richard Language College has junior students.

If you have a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) certificate or a CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) certificate which is Enhanced, applies to children and was issued within the last 3 years, please bring it to the interview.  If your application for the post is successful and you do not have a DBS which meets the requirements, Richard Language College will pay for one on your behalf.

All staff at Richard Language College now have to complete a course in Basic Safeguarding.



Seasonal and sometimes longer term appointments are available for TEFL qualified teachers. Teachers must have a minimum of a CELTA or a Trinity TESOL.

Please apply with a CV and a cover letter stating your available dates to Chris Belcher, the Principal, by email on

Final appointment is contingent upon suitable references being received and a clear Disclosure and Barring Service check or the equivalent Certificate of Good Conduct from other countries.

Originals of your identification documents proving you have the right to work in the UK (EU passport), your degree certificate and TEFL qualifications will have to be seen by the Principal.





After School Workshops

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3.45 - 4.30pm

Richard Language College students can take part in our free after school workshops, usually held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.45 to 4.30pm in the Private Study Centre. Each workshop has a theme, for example pronunciation points, grammar points, spelling rules, IELTS test practice, Cambridge test practice, etc.  

A great chance for extra practice to improve your English skills.


IELTS Evening Courses 2019, 4-week and 2-week start dates

IELTS Evening Course Start Dates For 2019

4-week course starting dates

Jan 14    Feb 04    Mar 11    Apr 15

Jun 03   Sept 16   Oct 28   Nov 11

2-week course starting dates

Jan 7    Jan 28   Feb 18    Mar 25    Apr 29

Jun 17   Aug 26    Sep 30     Nov 11

Nov 25


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