|Henrik Kmetyk is the newest addition to the Philinter Team. He is a graduate of Business Administration from Simon Fraser University located in Vancouver Canada. Mr. Kmetyk has spent the past 22 years in Beijing China as an IELTS examiner before becoming a director for the IELTS department at a top 10 International school located in Beijing China for the last 13 years before coming to the Philippines. With extensive Asian training and teaching experience Mr. Kmetyk is a perfect fit for Philinter and the students at our campus.|
|Mr. Michael Sullivan (a.k.a. Mike), is the newest addition to the Philinter team. He is a Master’s graduate from Regent University in the USA and has 8 years of training expertise. He served as a telecommunication’s liaison for the United States Navy in Singapore, and has 3 years of ESL curriculum development and teaching experience. He has become a communications and language consultant for the burgeoning call center industry here in the Philippines; helping those who speak English as their second language handle Native speaking customer interaction. He grew up in Thailand and considers Asia his home despite his American roots and dominant native tongue. He has a beautiful Cebuana wife and 4 marvelous kids.|
|He is a licensed and experienced operating room nurse. He has also been working as an English teacher for more than 5 years.|
As a teacher, he is witty and well-organized. He makes sure that the students enjoy their lessons. Ken handles the group classes of the Business course.
He is friendly, optimistic and fun to be with. He loves playing basketball during his free time.
|Mr. Dan Nahum A. Estillore is a graduate of University of San Carlos, one of the most prestigious universities in the Philippines with excellent English training that would equal those of European and American Universities. Behind his smile are years of English and IELTS teaching experience to multiple foreign nationalities from Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Mongolia and even from Russia. His unique approach and methodology combined with flexibility in teaching IELTS, have helped students achieve their goals as he knows what it feels like to learn a new language. His visit to countries like Japan and Mongolia gave him valuable experience that enabled him to understand great difficulties students face while learning English. He is strict with a firm personality in class but has a sense of humour and a warm personality outside the classroom. His philosophy is simple; the purpose of teaching is not to fill the minds of students with facts, but to teach them to think for themselves.|