Freelance TEFL Position in Germany

Date posted:2018-05-27 | Writer: E.L.T. The English Language Trainers | Email: [email protected]

E.L.T. The English Language Trainers have provided English language courses and other language services for companies and individuals in Erfut since 1999. We have an opportunity for a freelance EFL teacher who is available for an immediate start. Applicants must be comfortable teaching individuals or groups, whether Business English, General English, Technical English or Conversational English. Our English courses are for every level from beginner to advanced.


• A freelance teaching position starting asap

• A minimum guarantee of 15 hours/week (a workload of 20 hours and more are common if desired by trainers)

• Thorough induction and teaching support

• Professional and enjoyable work environment

In addition, we offer administrative and organisational support as well as assistance with relocation.


• Native level English speaker with EU passport

• German language skills

• Looking for a long term teaching position in Germany (min. one year)

• University or college degree

• TEFL / TESOL / TESL Certification

• Teaching / business experience

• Motivated and professional


Please email your CV to the address given on the job heading.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The E.L.T. team

Phone +49 (0) 361 550 498 86

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 was very challenging to me, i did my best to go through it and maintain as much as i can, this is one of the units that i need to spend more time going through and working on,that's the kind of challenge i was hoping for anyways, i love adapting games in my general English classes, i never thought about doing games with BE classes, i will try to use them in the future toughThis course united covered the basic ideas behind modal auxiliary verbs and ideas to teach them. It also discussed how to change active voice sentences into the passive voice and vice versa. The three types of phrasal verbs are introduced and I learned how they are different from each other. Finally, the unit explains the difference between defining and non-defining relative clauses.