Teach English in France (3)

Date posted:2013-04-22 | Writer: GOODSIR | Email: [email protected]

Currently recruiting TEFL qualified teachers, we are a team of positive people working together for a common goal. We seek and reward creative, results-driven individuals who are passionate about their work. We offer dedicated professionals limitless opportunities to fulfill their own, personal aspirations. If you are a skilled and experienced EFL teacher and would like to work in an innovative English training company we would like to hear from you.

Teaching experience is essential. You must get along well with professionals and be willing to work hard to ensure that you can deliver high quality tailor made lessons. We are known for the quality of our teaching and the results we achieve. You must have a valid working permit for France to be considered. Please do not apply if you do not.

You will be teaching between 20 and 25 hours per week business clients individually or in mini groups. Your working week is 35 hours so the time remaining will be used as preparation time. Should you be successful you will be given a high level of support to move to France such as in finding accommodation. Salary is between 1700 euros and 1800 euros depending on experience. The cost of living locally is quite low. 600€ per month should cover all of your major expenses such as rent (own flat) bills and food. You will have 6 weeks of holidays during the year.

Should you feel you are the right person for the job, please send your CV to the e-mail address given on the job heading.  We will contact you should we be interested in discussing your application further. Due to the number of CVs we receive we will not be able to respond to every application. We look forward to hearing from you.


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.


I have learnt the forma and usages of the four present tenses - present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous - which I had been guessing at previously. The structure in which I write and speak will be corrected. I appreciated the examples and teacher ideas, I found them helpful when thinking of future classroom activities and my own, personal use of the language.This unit emphasizes that the selection of what to teach is often the most difficult task for the teacher. The English language is vast, complicated and expressive. TEFL teachers might become easily excited about new and interesting language and overload TEFL students. For example, beginner TEFL students don't need to know about complex etymologies that might be interesting to an advanced student.