Job Teaching English in Czech Republic (3)

Date posted:2015-11-18 | Writer: James Cook Languages | Email: [email protected]

James Cook Languages, the market leader in company language training in the Czech Republic, is looking for TEFL qualified English teachers for long-term cooperation. James Cook Languages was set up in 1999 and operates throughout the Czech Republic. We have around 250 clients from a wide variety of different industries, including both Czech companies as well as large international corporations. Our office is located in the centre of Prague. We are a member of the Czech Association of Language Schools and place high importance on the further development of our teachers.  This is an opportunity for you to become a professional EFL teacher and part of a qualified young Czech and international team.

New courses start throughout the year, therefore we hire throughout the year. Don't hesitate to apply at any time.


- TEFL / TESOL certificate

- university degree

- native level English speaker


- co-operation with a modern, successful and stable company

- excellent environment for lesson preparation

- systematic development of knowledge and skills, free teacher workshops

- company magazine, social events, refreshments etc.

- classes of Czech for foreigners

- free materials for teaching, internet and copying

- professional approach and support

- great opportunity for personal and professional growth

- possibility to work with a great team of teachers and clients

- long-term co-operation

- full-time / part-time job


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

James Cook Languages s.r.o.


Na Florenci 2116/15

Prague  11000

Czech Republic

Tel: +420 226 200 022

        +420 774 784 066

Contact person: Pavla Kolarova, HR Recruitment Team


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.


I have to admit, this was a difficult lesson. There is not much difference between the \"micro\" tenses. All are future tense and I wonder is it really that important to divide them in such a way. English is my first language and it's difficult for me, can you imagine explaining this to people learning this as a second language? I always like to follow the K.I.S.S rule, keep it simple :)This unit provided me a deeper understanding of the speaking and writing skills. I feel that these skills would be harder to teach as well as harder for students to master as it requires more technical ability and learning ability. With this being said, I feel that I can overcome these obstacles through the use of various techniques such as interesting topics to capture students' attention.