Position Teaching English in Brazil

Date posted:2015-12-08 | Writer: Brava Training | Email: [email protected]

Experienced EFL professionals, with complete or undergoing university/college education are being recruited by Brava Training to prepare and teach Business English to groups or individual classes.

Candidates should be native level English speakers or native-like fluent, with TEFL or equivalent qualification.

The Brava Training team is composed of highly qualified and passionate professionals who provide the best in language training, consultancy and translation.  We are always concerned with customer satisfaction and strive to fulfill all our clients’ needs.

Punctuality, flexibility and deep knowledge of English Language are desirable characteristics.

We have opportunities in Rio de Janeiro (Downtown, South Zone, North Zone and Barra da Tijuca) and Niterói (Downtown)

Be part of the Brava Training team. There is nothing better than working with experts.


Send your resume to the email address given on the job heading, under the subject “English Teacher”

We look forward to meeting you!

Telephones: +55 (21) 3496-5051

                        + 55(11) 4307-2347



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 have learnt how to construct and identify the four different parts of present tenses, namely - Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous, as well as various examples of how to teach these in class. For example: I have been studying. Is the present perfect continuous and is constructed as follows Subject + aux. verb + been + verb + ingThe attitude of the teacher tremendously affects class performance of the students. A cheerful teacher livens up the learning mood of students. A good icebreaking activity also plays a vital role in how well students participate in the classroom. While introducing new terms, it is good to use examples to communicate the meaning rather than trying to explain as it reduces teachers talk time.