Freelance EFL Teaching Positions in Germany

Date posted:2014-11-19 | Writer: E.L.T. The English Language Trainers GmbH | Email: [email protected]

E.L.T. The English Language Trainers Language School has freelance EFL teaching positions starting in January 2015. We have openings in Erfurt (full-time) and  Wernigerode (part-time). Benefits include a minimum guaranteed number of hours per week, thorough induction and teaching support together with a professional and enjoyable working environment.  In addition, we offer administrative and organisational support and pedagogical coaching.

If you are:

- interested in the position

- a native level English speaker

- looking for a long term teaching position in Germany (min. one year)

- motivated and professional


and if you have

- a University or college degree

- TEFL / TESOL / TESL Certification

- teaching / business experience

- some German language skills

How to apply:

Then please e-mail us at the address given on the job heading with your CV.



Arnstädter Str. 9

Erfurt  99096


Tel: +49(0)361 5504 9886  

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 enjoyed reading the suggested lesson plans for introducing vocabulary and grammar that were contained in this lesson. Personally I enjoy teaching grammar the most, so I often worry I may be neglecting vocabulary in my lessons. Being able to read some suggested approaches to teach vocabulary is very useful for me and I shall try to use some of the ideas in this section in my future lessons.For sure, the best part of this lesson is the list of resources. The tips for use of various devices were basically helpful, but I would have appreciated a more critical look at the limitations of some aids, in particular ways that overuse of visual aids can be detrimental to learning objectives. Incidentally, the CALL site was useful, but finding the meaning of CALL wasn't obvious at first!