Teach EFL in Rabat, Morocco

Date posted:2005-04-13 | Writer: Proformation | Email: [email protected]


We are an established language school in France (since 1986) with an innovative method, and have opened a new center in Rabat. Our method involves the latest technology for distance teaching, combined with our website 'Easyrooms' resources. We already have several years experience in distance teaching, and are in expansion!


* Native English speaker (Imperative)
* Minimum Bachelors degree
* TEFL or equivalent certificate
* Maximum age 59 (moroccan law)
* 2 or more years experience teaching business English
* Ability to use a computer and the internet
* Knowledge of French an asset

We offer

* Several Full-time permanent positions, or temporary contracts
* Between 7000 and 8000 Dirhams per month NET salary depending on experience
* Apartment allocation of 2000 Dirhams
* Centrally located office in Agdal (business and shopping part of the city)
* Opportunity to become a team manager in Rabat
* Motivated adult students who are working professionals

Interviews to take place in Paris, and Rabat, or by distance. If you are interested and your mother tongue is English, please send CV by fax or email to [email protected] 0033 (0)1 42 77 30 79

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This unit was straight forward. It gave me new ideas to use in my future classes. I liked that links were provided to make cross words. I learned that it is important to have a balance between created materials and the use of course books. The advantages and the disadvantages of course books. I believe that it is important to provide a variety of course material to keep the class enjoyable and educational as much as possible.This unit was interesting in terms of classroom management, when and how you should use gestures, your voice, eye contact, student names and when to have more TTT or more STT. It helped in understanding classroom arrangements, pair work, group work, individual work or when whole-class grouping is best or isn't best. The teacher should always be facing the students and try to avoid facing your back to them as much as possible.