Teach English in Khartoum, Sudan

Date posted:2007-01-09 | Writer: The Winner Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

Exciting opportunity to teach English whilst experiencing one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Africa. Highly motivated students, wide range of professional challenges and very competitive packages offered for the most talented teachers of British English.

We are a successful language institute, with a modern school located in a prestigious area of Khartoum. Our students are extremely motivated and a pleasure to teach, whilst also offering a full range of professional challenges for talented teachers. We are recruiting a number of teachers to join our professional team during 2007. You must be able to offer us:

· a university degree, minimum standard Bachelor, UK 2.2 or equivalent;
· ability to use written and spoken British English to a native speaker standard; and
· a specialist qualification to teach English (EFL, ESOL, ELTA), from an accredited course provider.

These are our essential requirements but, of course, successful candidates are also likely to be able to offer significant additional strengths, such as wide general English teaching experience or experience of teaching English for Special Purposes (ESP), as well as the commitment, imagination and flexibility necessary to succeed in this kind of environment. In return, we can offer you:

• very competitive pay rates;
• return air flights at start and end of contract;
• comprehensive BUPA cover; and
• subsidised accommodation.

Have we whetted your appetite? If so, then please forward your CV, for the attention of the Director, to [email protected], along with the names of two referees who can be contacted by email at an early stage in our recruitment process.

Contact details:

The Winner Language Institute
P.O. Box 12928, House No: 26/1 Garden City Block, Burri,
tel: 00249 (0) 15 518 2255
fax: N/A
[email protected]
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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 uni was about class management and how a teacher can best use non-verbal and verbal communication to get students active. It was a uni that I had some minor reservations with as I was worried about discipline. However this unit has taught me invaluable things that I can put into practice to ensure that I minimise disruptiveness and maximise STT. It was a very useful unit overall with extremely applicable ideas.In this unit I learnt that productive skills are as important as receptive skills. I also learnt that most teachers neglect teaching writing skulls in class and concentrate on speaking. Writing skills is a bit more difficult and needs accuracy because you cant be corrected at every stage. Speaking requires fluency and does nit require as much accuracy as writing because with speaking you can be corrected instantly.