Frequently Asked Questions for Teachers

I would like to teach languages. What are my options?

  • LCF Fun Languages offers casual teaching positions to enthusiastic, native and near-native speakers of French, Spanish, Mandarin, Italian, German and ESL.
  • If you are passionate about languages with proven experience with children, you may wish to consider becoming an LCF registered teacher.

What if I do not speak another language?

What experience or qualifications do I need?

  • What we look for in our LCF Team of Teachers
  • Experience in teaching preferred but not always necessary if you are great with kids!
  • Proven experience with young children a “must”
  • High energy
  • Great communicator
  • Passionate about your language and culture!Does this sound like you? Then we would love to hear from you!  Why not fill out an application form now?

How will LCF support me as a teacher?

  • All teachers are supported with detailed lesson plans, teaching materials and an ongoing training program.

How do I find out more about the Training Program?

  • LCF Fun Languages provides an ongoing teacher training program on different topics at regular intervals throughout the year.

Click here for details of upcoming workshops.

  • We also offer our LCF teachers access to the LCF online teaching training suite

Do I need a Working With Children Check?

  • Yes. Visit the Australian National Crime Check website for more information on the Working With Children Check requirements for the different states across Australia.

How do I apply?

  • Please complete the application form and we will be back in touch with you soon.

What are other Teachers saying about the LCF Program?

  • I have one child with a French Canadian mother. Apparently since joining the class she has shown much more interest in speaking French at home and loves to practice the new vocabulary she has learned with her mother.
  • I have brothers in my class who are consistently late for band practice, but always on time for Italian! They enjoy coming to school early and being part of our club.
  • I was not aware but one child in my French group was dyslexic and lacked self confidence because of this …….. I didnt know this until her mum came and thanked me at the end of term and said that she had become almost a different child and was full of confidence and enthusiasm ! It had made a huge impact to her and her whole family !