Positions Teaching TEFL in The Czech Republic

Date posted:2009-08-17 | Writer: Skrivanek Ltd | Email: [email protected]

Skrivanek is the largest language teaching company in the Czech Republic offering above-standard services in the field of language instruction for the general public and for companies.

*full-time teaching schedule
• competitive salary
• further education, regular methodical seminars
• methodological consultations
• large library of instructional materials, PC, printer and copy machine available
• informal events for teachers
• free Internet access
• support when obtaining a work visa and a trade licence
• young and friendly team
• background of a rapidly growing company

university education (minimum BA degree)
• teaching certificate (e.g. TEFL, DELTA, CELTA, TESOL)
• teaching experience is an advantage
• responsible and creative approach
• enthusiasm and ability to teach all language levels 

Salary is dependant on the teacher’s performance, the length of their teaching experience and the language school location. Each teacher is involved in a motivation system having direct influence on their evaluation.
To apply, contact us via e-mail at the address given on the job heading or at:

Address: Pod Klaudiankou 4B Prague, 147 00 - Czech Republic

  Telephone no :00420 2611 198 191
  Fax                     00420 261 198 190
  Contact person :Jana Kadlíková, Academic Manager

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.


From this unit which focuses on vocabulary, grammar and functions; in delivering new lessons to students we can always introduce new language using the previously learnt ESA method and can also follow the various forms either the straight arrow ESA or patchwork ESA or the boomerang ESA structure depending on which structure is most appropriate in relation to the class and the language about to be introduced.This unit helped me a lot in a way that gives me a clearer understanding on how to produce the correct sound of a word, where the air passes and which place and manner of articulation is needed. I am teaching Clear Speech at the moment, and the book we use has mouth diagrams that help us show our students the positioning of the tongue, lips, and if the sound stops or if the sound passes in between the teeth.