Part Time TEFL Job in London

Date posted:2009-10-19 | Writer: London College of English | Email: [email protected]

We are currently looking for an experienced EFL teacher for the Intermediate level. Classes are Monday to Friday mornings from 9.30am to 1.15pm. Students are adults, generally young people and from various countries.

Because classes are long, we are seeking a teacher who knows how to keep students interested and entertained. Courses are continuous and students may join and leave at any time, so teachers should have experience or understanding of non-linear teaching practices, and be prepared to design classes, using books of their own choice (provided by the school), which respond to the needs of the students.

Syllabuses are provided for each level, containing grammar, structures and general concerns which should be covered, but how this is done is left very much up to the individual teacher. Consequently, this position is perfect for teachers who like the chance to be creative and independent in their methods, and who enjoy using games and activities. Teachers at the college are also offered all the support they need in preparing and conducting classes.

The school is currently in the process of expanding and we expect to be hiring more teachers in the near future, so we welcome CVs at any time, and successful applicants who want to take on more classes will have the opportunity.

Teachers must have a university education, relevant TEFL qualification, experience and be able to provide verifiable references upon request. Teachers without either TEFL qualification or experience will be considered, but should submit written description of why they think this lack is unimportant (i.e. many years of experience may obviate the need for TEFL qualification).

Appropriate applicants will be invited for interview at the school on a weekday afternoon to be arranged, and should provide a telephone number on which they can 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 unit completes the coverage of the English tense system by exploring the future tenses. It covers the structures and usages and then provide ideas for effective classroom activities. The seven most common tenses can be used with future meaning are: The future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, going to future, the present simple, and the present continuous.Unit 9 was the core unit of the course in my opinion. How to plan the lesson and the importance of planning a lesson were the main ideas covered. The lesson plan and what it should cover was explained in the unit with examples too. I personally enjoyed and found it useful, it will be my reference or my ideal lesson plan to follow in the future in my career because it is flexible, clear and easy to follow.