Teach English in Ukraine

Date posted:2005-05-19 | Writer: The London School of English | Email: [email protected]

GO ORANGE! Teach English in Ukraine

The London School of English, Ukraine's largest private ELT group, requires enterprizing ELT teachers for its branches in KIEV, ODESSA and DONETSK. Start date: late August early September.

All branches, owned and managed by British Staff, can offer teachers an invigorating and secure climate in which to work.


An excellent local salary paid in both local and hard currency. Free accommodation, not shared, with full facilities. Paid return-flight from a European destination. 4 weeks paid holiday on a 11 month contract. Paid visa and health insurance.


*24 teaching hours per week. No weekends *Two terms per year, fixed timetable guaranteed. *Paid 3-day induction period. *A full and comprehensive teacher-training programme led by DELTA *qualified staff. *Excellent teaching resources and library. *Internet access.


A successful candidate would need:

*A recognized ELT qualification such as CELTA, TRINITY or TESOL. *Relevant EFL classroom experience of not less than 6 months. *To be willing to teach, within reason, all levels and age groups. *To have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

If you are looking for a position in a genuine ELT school in a fascinating fast moving country contact

Sean Harty at [email protected] for your application form.


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 has been fairly challenging. Learning about modals made sense, was relatively concise, and was the easiest part of the chapter. It was easy to understand modals are basically the 'act' for a person - could, might, should, would, need, etc. Passive voice was also easy to understand, as how to change the focus of subject in a sentence. Lastly, phrasal verbs, though short in the chapter, offered the biggest challenge.The Future tenses are: Future simple, Future Continues, Future Perfect, Future Perfect Continues, Going to(Future) when plans or intentions are decided, Present simple used for future timetable and schedules, Present continues used for future arrangements. Video instruction has helped me to understand this lesson better and also to practice it in a real class. Future Perfect continues is not often used in English language.