Teach English in West Africa.

Date posted:2008-08-19 | Writer: International Consultants | Email: [email protected]

The International Consultants Agency based in Conakry-Guinea, West Africa, is looking for two TEFL (or equivalent) qualified English Language teachers for its English Language Centre in Conakry and Sangaredi. If you are interested to teach in our Centre, please send us your CV with a picture and an application letter.

The post is opened at the end of August 2008 for one year (12) months renewable another two years (24) months by tacit. Target students: youth and Adults. Levels: beginners and intermediate.
Eight (8) hours of classes per day from Monday to Friday. Salary: GNF2.500.000 per month.

Free accommodation, free medical insurance (50%), free roundtrip airfare and many other issues to negotiate in your favor.
International Consultants will also let you discover some tourist sites in Guinea at its expense in order to make your stay in Guinea enjoyable.

Moriba Gerard KOIVOGUI
The Director
P.O.BOX: 5131 Conakry
Republic of Guinea
West Africa
Tel: 22460261701/ 22464357636/ 62292181 / 22465561473
E-mail address given on the job heading page.

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 focused on the relationship between teachers and learners. I learned about the different roles of the teacher and how they can be used interchangeably inside the classroom. The learning experience can be different depending on the age of the learner and their language levels. All in all, it's important to understand these relationships and how to apply different teaching methods to different students.This unit has provided a detailed and better understanding of parts of speech and how they work to form a meaningful sentence. Dealing with grammar is always horrifying and understanding different grammar rules and their usage demands a great deal of attention for teacher and learners, However, English with its exceptional rules, sets a more challenging situation for its learner which teachers have to identify.