Jobs 11th October 2017

The Language Network Services is looking for an experienced trainer with a good grasp of legal terminology (contentieux) for a class with 2 young lawyers of approximately Intermediate level wishing to improve their oral fluency.

The lawyers are based in the 16ème, ave Victor Hugo.

They'd like lessons once a week, either first thing in the morning or early afternoon.

They will be financing this training themselves so are looking for a reasonable price.

This would be a suncontracting arrangement - the convention will be run through TLNS.

Please contact Claire Oldmeadow at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested.



Jobs 29th April 2017

A doctor working for an NGO, based in Boulogne (suburbs of Paris) near the metro Marcel Sembat, is looking for a private teacher to help him move from an elementary level to a level at which he can interact more easily with English speakers (mostly non-natives).

Obviously, the main focus of the lessons should be everyday "survival" English for travelling as well as basic medical English.

His availability for lessons is late afternoon on Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays.

He is going to be financing this training himself so is looking for a reasonable price (bear in mind that doctors working in NGOs are probably not on the same sort of salary level as other doctors).

Please contact the student directly to make a proposal, quoting The Language Network.

Read more: Jobs 29th April 2017

Jobs 6th March 2017

ISIFA PLUS VALUES, a business school based 5 mins walk from the station Corentin Celton on line 12, would like 2 x 4-hour interventions for their Licence Transport & Logistics students (about 12-14 students).

The dates requested are:

Friday 14th April 9-13h

Wednesday 26th April 9-13h

Read more: Jobs 6th March 2017

Jobs 26th September 2016

1) Vacation Université Paris Est Créteil (UPEC)

Le Département du L.E.A. de l'UPEC is looking for a business English trainer to lead 3 or 4 sessions of 'travaux dirigés' of 1h30 on the theme of International Management for Masters level LEA students.

Read more: Jobs 26th September 2016

Welcome to The Language Network Blog!

The Language Network blog is for current members of our association. A password is required. However, if you are not yet a member you can read about us here.

The articles are divided into 5 sections to allow you to find what you're looking for easily:


A new Jobs page is started every month and you can also go back and search through the last 12 months.


In this section we publish a range of articles on themes which could be of interest to our members as well as notes from the Language Network seminars.

News & Events

Here we inform you about various events which could be of interest to language trainers and coaches (networking events, informal gatherings, publishers' events, TESOL workshops etc.)


Here we publish articles about technology which are relevant to trainers or in response to requests from members. 

Teacher Training

In this section, we publish articles about teacher training seminars and workshops that we are organising ourselves or that we recommend.


We warmly invite contributions from members who would like to submit articles based on their ideas and experiences.  Members can also post comments on nearly all of the articles.

For general inquiries from non-members, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please do not try to register for this blog on your own. All accesses need to be validated by the TLN admin team.

Member Login