School in Czech Republic Seeks TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2015-04-23 | Writer: Castle English Language School | Email: [email protected]

Castle English Language School  are currently looking for three fantastic EFL teachers to join our school. The position will start from September 2015. New teachers will have the opportunity to teach a wide range of ages and levels in small groups (max 8 students) and one-to -one. A normal teaching week consists of approximately 25 teaching hours. The vast majority of teaching is conducted in our historical school building. After tax you take home approximately 22,000 CZK a month. We provide complete assistance finding accommodation, sorting visas, and dealing with the complicated Czech bureaucratic system.


You must be a native level speaker of English.

TEFL, TESOL, CELTA or other advanced pedagogical qualification; essential.

University degree; essential.

Teaching experience: preferred.

Massive creative brain full of interesting ideas and sparkling, witty conversation; essential.

How to apply:

If you think you could be part of our team please send your C.V., a personal covering letter detailing why you would like to work at Castle English, and a recent photograph to the email address given on the job heading.

Castle English Language School

Masarykova 741/26


460 01

Czech Republic

Tel: 00420 485 101 554


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 learnt about the importance of conveying a message correctly. Many at times, people loose information through receiving it wrongly from the reporter. The table was very helpful and made things easy for me to understand and have an idea of how I am going to teach it. Parts of speech is what we use daily but we don't really know how to identify them, so it has been great being reminded again.There are many useful techniques of classroom management to ensure both student and teacher safety. It is clear that report and effective prevention of problems are essential to maintain so that constructive learning can go on. I am aware that in some countries digital equipment may not yet be available in all classrooms, but it is possible to make effective use of IT to reduce dead time too.