TEFL Opportunity in Belgium

Date posted:2018-04-26 | Writer: Language Studies International | Email: [email protected]

Language Studies International (LSI) is a language school, established in Brussels in 1974. Since then thousands of students from around the world have attended courses at our language school, benefitting from the professional quality of our training. As a result of LSI's success, we are constantly expanding. This means that we are always ready to welcome new TEFL qualified teachers to join our team.

Given that we are not exactly the same as other language learning organisations, we are looking for people who are not exactly the same any other language teachers. To be part of our teaching team you should be:


A native level English speaker.

Undergraduate degree, TEFL/TESOL certificate with practical training.


CELTA, DELTA, M.A. or M.Sc. in related field – TESOL, Linguistics, Education

Experience in teaching ESL/EFL/Business English/EU English.

English language coach and teacher.

 Academically qualified with some knowledge of the terminology used in one or more of the following sectors: Business, Law, Finance, Accountancy, IT, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Communication,  EU.

Attentive, patient, dynamic and flexible.

Great with people of all kinds and ages.

Able to motivate people to maintain their interest and help them fulfill their potential.

Experience in teaching is an asset, but we will consider you without language teaching experience. Because we see and appreciate our teachers' potential, we are always willing to train highly committed people.


If you wish to send a spontaneous application, please email your CV and cover letter to Christelle Denay at the address given on the job heading.

Language Studies International

Boulevard Clovis, 83

1000 Brussels


TEL: +32 2 217 23 73

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.


In this unit I gained some good ideas for planning lessons and good ways to get students interested in learning about different aspects of language. It is interesting to note the three main different sections - vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions. I am particularly interested in the teaching of vocabulary and different 'engage' phase activities to plan for this.This unit dealt with why we should make lesson plans and gave an example of a lesson plan.It also gave reasons as to why a lesson plan should be written down.I liked that it explained what should and shouldn't be used in a lesson plan, particularly the learner objectives. I feel that a teacher should always keep in mind what exactly they hope to have achieved by the end of the class.