Teach English in Czech Republic (5)

Date posted:2014-08-25 | Writer: Language school AKAIA | Email: [email protected]


Language school AKAIA is a small private language school located in Litomysl, a beautiful small cultural town in a rural area in Eastern Bohemia, Czech Republic.  We are looking for an EFL teacher with native level English. The teacher will teach adults mainly in company courses (some travel required). The average class size is 3 students and there are some one-to-one lessons, in public courses there may be around 6-8 students.

The job will suit those seeking the pleasant environment of a beautiful, small historical town and wishing to experience and get actively involved in life in another country. There are many opportunities for outdoor recreation year round and a variety of cultural events in the town.


-              2 years of teaching experience

-              Experience with Business English and Cambridge exams

-              TEFL / TESOL/CELTA with degree or equivalent

-              Enthusiasm for teaching.

-              EU citizens are preferred


Salary: high local salary 25.000-30.000 CZK

Contract dates: 22/09/2014-30/06/2015 (can be extended).

Accommodation: The school will assist in looking for accommodation

Visa and work permit support

To Apply:

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

Jazykova agentura Akaia

Benatska 1078

Litomysl, 57001

Czech Republic

Telephone          +420 777 345 866

Contact person Tomas Fila, Director

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.


Knowing how to evaluate the students at different stages of their studying is an essential part of the learning process. Especially it is important when teaching language as the materials provided are interrelated and it is difficult to move forward effectively before the prior knowledge is grasped. This unit sheds light on this issue in a very understandable manner. So, I found it very useful.This unit was helpful in understanding which type of tests are appropriate to administer in an English learning classroom. I twas also helpful to see their express purpose of taking each test type and the audience the tests were intended to target. The example exam was particularly useful as if the occasion calls I need to make a test then i will know the proper format and aims of each section.