TEFL in Sudan (Khartoum)

Date posted:2006-11-06 | Writer: Winner Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

What are we recruiting? Graduate, qualified, specialist teachers of British English.

Where are we recruiting? One of the most cosmopolitan cities in Africa.

When are we recruiting? As soon as possible.

We are a new language institute, with a modern school located in the Garden City area of Khartoum and we need to recruit more teachers:

 ·  you must have at least a Bachelor's degree (minimum standard UK 2.2 or equivalent);
 ·  you must have been educated in a British school and your own knowledge of written and spoken British English must be of native speaker standard; and
 ·  you must be a specialist teacher of English (EFL, ESOL, ELTA), qualified through an accredited course provider.

Beyond these essential requirements, wide general teaching experience, experience of teaching English for Special Purposes (ESP) and Arabic language skills are all highly desirable. In return, we offer:

 ·  Competitive pay rates
 ·  Return air flights
 ·  Comprehensive BUPA cover
 ·  Subsidised accommodation

Have we whetted your appetite? If so, then please act now and forward your CV, for the attention of the Director, to [email protected], along with the names of two referees. A photograph would also be appreciated

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.


As always, the grammar is never easy. There are many categories of word classes and subclasses, many of which have long lists of words. It was very important to have a video lesson to listen and visualize the explanation as it made everything easier to understand. Regarding this test, I've encountered one very\"tricky\" question. That is question nº6 (across), because I think it's both a preposition and an adverb.This unit explains how to divide the class so that it could effectively learn. Depending on one's teaching style, there are many ways in which the students could be seated in a classroom. However, it is important to note that each has its own positive and negative points. The unit also discusses how the teacher may divide the Student Talking Time and the Teacher Talking Time, as well as how to maintain the discipline