SAIGON VINA INVESTMENT - EDUCATION COMPANY.LIMITED
PROVIDING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHER TEACHING :
Vietnamese for Foreigner, English, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian.
The curriculum: Vietnamese for Bussiness, Communication, Pronunciation, Grammar, Writing...
The company provides foreign language Teacher in the following forms:
1. Supply teacher for the company or Organisation:
2. Providing the teacher to teach in the Language center
3. Providing professional teachers to teach at the University, colleges, secondary schools:
4. Providing foreign language teacher to individuals and families if required (teaching at home):
- Receive to supply foreign language teacher over the country districts, especially in Ho Chi Minh City and neighboring provinces.
-Teachers will come in the company's Business, Organization, Schools and individuals wishing to teach.
CONTACT: (08)35.165.056 - 0902.516.288 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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