Vacancy For TEFL Qualified Teacher in Czech Republic

Date posted:2018-09-27 | Writer: English Focus | Email: [email protected]

We are English Focus, an English language teaching company offering week-long conversation courses with native speakers of English in Czech schools and companies. Our teachers teach week-long English conversation courses at elementary and secondary schools all around the Czech Republic, so the job is suitable for teachers who are comfortable working with children and teenagers, and who would like to travel and explore the country. Both part-time and full-time positions are available from November 2018. We offer competitive pay, the work schedule is flexible to suit your needs, and you will have a high degree of autonomy.


Approx. EUR 1,200 after taxes for full-time workload, to be specified during the hiring process


TEFL certificate, college degree.

Experience working with children/teenagers is an advantage.

Native or near-native English speakers (C2 level) only.


Please send your CV to the email address given on the job heading.   

English Focus s.r.o.


Rozkvetlá 950/16

Czech Republic

TEL: +420 777 317 220

         +420 776 138 586

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 found this lesson very very confusing. I am not sure at all that I answered these questions correctly. Nothing was explained very well either. For example, why was there a worksheet example at the end for the present perfect tense? Was this a work sheet or a lesson plan? I understand the importance of lesson plans but was confused on how the information was presented in this unit.I felt like this section was a little redundant, but I do see the value in the words displayed. I feel like the school systems usually have tests that a teacher has to prepare for (what I think the goal is of course work). To me, if I have to create my own practice tests, or create my own tests in general, I think it will be fine since the test itself will be based on what I taught.