Job in Rural Germany Teaching EFL

Date posted:2017-06-01 | Writer: E.L.T. The English Language Trainers | Email: [email protected]

Discover the magical Harz Mountains, meet the witches on the Brocken mountain and teach English!

E.L.T. The English Language Trainers in Wernigerode, the colourful town in the Harz foothills, offers:

• a freelance teaching position starting in September 2017

• a minimum guarantee of 20 hours/week (a workload of 25 hours and more are common if desired by trainers)

• a professional and self-organized work environment

• administrative support

Our clients are professionals who require English training for their jobs, i.e. business English. We also teach English for special purposes to engineers, lawyers, medical doctors, and managers.


• University or college degree

• TEFL / TESOL / TESL Certification

• Teaching / business experience

• EU passport

• German language skills


If you are looking for a long term teaching position in Germany (min. one year), if you are motivated and professional and if you are not afraid of witches, then apply now at the email address given on the job heading.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The E.L.T. Team

Standort Wernigerode

Phone: +49 (0)345 523 5784      

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 this lesson because it focused and discussed the two main factors when teaching: Speaking and Writing. I feel that writing is often overlooked and it is a vital area of mastering a language. Speaking alone is not enough and by adding writing assignments with the ESA plan it can assist the students with learning new vocabulary words and furthering their mastery of such words.As a teacher at the moment, I have some very easy and very difficult classes. this unit has helped me realise what I am doing right and what I can do to improve both types of class. I realised some new methods for my smaller, rowdy classes and larger, quieter classes. The rapport section has also given me new ideas that I will use for my shy students who seem too nervous to approach me.

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