Teach TEFL in Leeds, England

Date posted:2009-04-26 | Writer: EAAFL | Email: [email protected]

We are currently looking for a qualified English-as-a-Foreign-Language teacher to start working with us in Leeds area. This vacancy is available both on full time (up to 39 h weekly) and part time (15 hours weekly) basis. A successful candidate will:- have flexible working attitude- be passionate about teaching English to foreign nationals- preferably have previous experience in EAAFL teaching- preferably have TEFL qualifications- be available to start as soon as possibleWe offer rewarding remuneration and interesting working environment for the right candidate. This is permanent/temporary position.If you don’t meet all of the abovementioned criteria we still wish to hear from you. Also, we strongly encourage recent graduates to apply for this position.Interested candidates should send their CVs to the e-mail address given on the job heading.Please note that we will do our best to try to contact all the applicants in order to inform them about the status of their applications, however, this cannot be guaranteed. * * *Please note that the employer is committed to a policy of equal opportunities. We respect and value cultural and religious diversity and will not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnic origin, religion, culture or disability. Each individual is assessed on merit alone.

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.


Content covered within this unit gave an overview of expectations, outcomes and structure of the course. I learnt that I did not need a business background to teach business English and about some of the different career paths available to me. I am looking forward to understanding the lesson planning process more as I believe that growth in that area should be one of the main areas of focus for an individual.This unit discusses the different approaches to teaching different groups of students. We learn that if we teach beginners, there will be different level of English dependant on if they are an absolute beginner, a false beginner, an adult beginner, a young beginner or a beginner without a Roman alphabet. We also learn that teaching children is different than teaching adults, or than teaching a business group.