TEFL in Vsetin, Czech Republic

Date posted:2012-07-09 | Writer: EdCentre, s.r.o. | Email: [email protected]

Edcentre School, s.r.o., is a private language school based in Vsetín and Valašské Meziříčí. We employ about 20 full-time and part-time TEFL teachers. Our students are mainly professional adults who either attend courses in Edcentre School’s modern classrooms or at their place of work. We offer children’s English courses as well, and successful candidates might be expected to teach children.

Although we also teach German, Korea and Czech, the great majority of our courses are English. We offer the widest variety of English courses in the region and pride ourselves on our professional and friendly approach to teaching.    
Location: We are located in Vsetín and Valašské Meziříčí, two beautiful small towns of about 30.000 nestled in the beautiful Beskyd Mountains in Eastern Moravia near the Slovak border which offer a wide array of outdoor activities including down-hill and cross-country skiing, hiking and mountain biking as well as various cultural events. The area is rich in cultural folk traditions.

Salary: (210-250 czk/hour) and/or (18-25.000 czk/per month)    We offer a competitive salary depending on qualifications and experience.
Start Date: Our school year commences on Sept. 1st and ends on June 30th, 2013. Teachers may choose to continue working through the summer, although fewer hours are available, and teachers do have the possibility to renew their contracts for the next school year.

Description: We are looking for full-time native-speaking English teachers. Successful candidates will teach 25-35 45-minute lessons weekly over a 36-week school year, excluding school holidays. Lessons are to focus on English grammar and conversation with a minority of lessons(5 percent or so) focused on Business English and exam skills(Cambridge exams, etc). Our class sizes are small, generally from one to ten students. We require talented and motivated facilitators who are knowledgeable in English grammar and sensitive to the needs of adult learners at all levels of English. Some light travel to firms and our branch in Valašské Meziříčí is required.

Ideally, candidates should have experience teaching and qualifications in Teaching English as a Second Language or Foreign Language (TEFL /TESOL) and hold an EU passport. Experience living abroad is also an asset.

Benefits: We offer:
1)    extensive support and assistance to teachers to obtain, visas/work permits/teaching license.  
2)     End of the year performance bonuses.
3)    Assistance in finding and renting  a furnished flat.
4)    The opportunity to work in a supportive, friendly professional environment as part of an exceptional team of dedicated Czech and native speaking teachers.
5)    Compensation for travel.

Contact:  Please submit your CV, covering letter and any personal or professional references to Lance Adam LaSalle at the e-mail address given on the job heading by 14 July. We thank all candidates for their interest, but only those selected for an interview via Skype or telephone will be contacted.

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.


This lesson talks about the different methods of classroom management. I liked this unit because often I don't think about classroom management being a skill which can be used to increase the effectiveness of the lesson. I enjoyed reading about the how I can engage my students more in eye contact, gestures, voice, and also how to group students better. I will consider these factors for my next class.This unit explains English teaching in special groups and difines the types of classes, such as beginers, individual students, young learners, business English, monolingual and multilingual class. Teaching beginers is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable aspects of EFL teaching. Tips for teaching beginers, such as methodologies, techniques, possible problems, and motivation were given in the text.