Opportunities in Finland For TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2018-04-22 | Writer: CC Communication | Email: [email protected]

CC Communication provides language training, cultural education and translation, proofreading and interpretation services for both business and private customers. We provide tailor-made language training services in dozens of languages in more than 75 localities in Finland with occasional opportunities for TEFL trained teachers. We educate each year in more than 150 companies and public organizations in various fields. In addition to ordinary commercial and general language courses, we also offer special and themed courses.

The key requirements we set for our teachers:


You should have successfully taught language for adult learners for several years.


Our customers are mostly business educators with high education and therefore we require the same level of education from our teachers. You must have completed at least TEFL training and ideally have higher education pedagogical qualifications.


You must be outgoing and able to keep up discussions in lessons. You must also encourage students to talk in the target language about themselves, their hobbies, their work, their business, and their products.

For more information, please contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

CC Communication Oy

Juhannuskatu 36 B

20100 Turku


Tel: 010 239 3200

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.


Unit eighteen goes over the modal verbs, phrasal verbs, and passive verbs. The unit breaks down each set of verbs and then gives a brief overview of what they are and paired with some examples. I've heard of all these verbs before, but it can be difficult to identify them occasionally. This unit is mainly about deeper grammar that hasn't been covered within the any previous sections.This unit has taught me the use of the ESA teaching method in great detail with interesting activity examples. The ten teaching methodologies listed at the beginning of the unit were all very interesting to read, as I was aware of all of the methods but did not know the names of them. I believe that the ESA method incorporates the most useful factors from all methods in the best way.