TEFL Vacancy in Ukraine (2)

Date posted:2012-01-09 | Writer: Yes You Can English | Email: [email protected]

Come join a fun and exciting young team in the heart of Ukraine. We are currently recruiting EFL teachers to begin immediately, teaching both general and business English. We work with orphanages, businesses and universities providing courses in all areas of English, to give our clients an opportunity to succeed. Ukraine is an exciting place to be with the Euro football championship coming up and many new and exciting cultural opportunities for you to explore.Our teachers teach no more than 25 hours a week.We provide you with a modest (private) apartment.(8000 uah) per month salary = about 1,000$ (a very large amount in Ukraine)and opportunities for bonuses and cultural exchange.Our teachers are fun and lively, most of them fresh graduates from University that are learning under our more experienced teachers, they are hospitable and fun and will eagerly welcome you to their country.Candidates must be passionate about teaching and experiencing a new way of life.Ukraine is a developing nation and as such it has many challenges and a lot of excitement. A university degree is necessary as well as some experience in teaching, preferably with a TEFL certificate or equivalent, and a strong desire to seek out new experiences.Please contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading to discuss joining our team. We look forward to talking with you soon

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 gave a basic overview of when and how to give students tests. It explained the best time to give progress tests, how to give diagnostic tests and explained achievement tests as well. This unit also covered different assessment levels for students at different proficiency levels and age groups. I did not find this unit to be very clear and I felt that it gave too much surface level information.Teachers can use authentic and created materials to either supplement or replace a course book when teaching English. Using supplementary materials are beneficial because they allow the teacher to help students understand difficult lessons, but course books provide more stability than may be able to be achieved by an inexperienced teacher that tries to create a year’s worth of lessons on their own.