Daniel has been teaching for 7 years. After completing his CELTA in Barcelona he spent a few months teaching at a summer school in Malta before becoming a full-time ESOL teacher at City College Peterborough, where he  he mainly taught ESOL, maths and Skills for Life to teenage asylum seekers, including students with profound literacy, learning  and behavioural difficulties and mild to moderate mental and physical disabilities. He also taught for the Trinity exam. He then became the Adult Learning and Development Manager, where he managed a project providing free ESOL lessons to 800 residents of Peterborough over two years, as well as GCSE English and maths, leisure and pleasure courses and subcontracts for National Careers Service and a local Digital CVs service for unemployed people with learning disabilities. During this time, he took a sabbatical for two months to do his Delta back in Barcelona. In 2018 he moved to Rostov-on-Don in Russia, becoming the Director of Studies for Learn in Context. During his time in Russia, he regularly gave lectures, seminars and teacher training courses at universities, language centres and conferences in Moscow and Rostov-on-Don. In mid-2019, he and his family relocated back to Barcelona, where he has been teaching face-to-face and online ever since. Daniel specialises in Exam English, but also has a passion for developing authentic listening materials and teaching pronunciation. In his free time, he enjoys long walks in and around Barcelona (stopping off for a drink regularly!), cooking, learning Spanish, playing golf, chess, poker and video games with friends and watching Liverpool FC.