Teach EFL in Germany (3)

Date posted:2015-08-10 | Writer: Wall Street English | Email: [email protected]

Wall Street English has an immediate opportunity for a TEFL certified teacher who is available to work in Duesseldorf. This is initially a part-time position, teaching 15 hours per week. The first Wall Street English center in Germany opened in Munich/Stuttgart in 1995. Since then, WSE has expanded across the country with 24 centers located in 17 cities. With a reputation for strong teacher support, new teachers will find a welcoming environment where they can grow their skills working with a fantastic team.

Our teachers guarantee their students' acquisition of English as a second language through quality instruction and follow-up of the Wall Street English method. Small class sizes combined with pre-developed lesson plans and professional teaching tools help you to deliver fun, interactive, and meaningful lessons. Core classes at Wall Street English have an average of three Students. These classes involve controlled practice, communicative activities, and feedback. In addition, you can incorporate your creativity, cultural background and interests in Social Club activities that we organize for our students.

Your profile:

As a teacher at Wall Street English you will:

Hold appropriate professional qualifications CELTA, TESOL or equivalent TEFL certificate.

Have a native speaker level of English

Have experience in teaching English as a foreign language

Be able to work within an existing structured teaching method

Have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills

Be motivated, energetic and dedicated to make every lesson a worthwhile learning experience for your students

Be in possession of valid EU working papers, not just a freelance visa

To Apply:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading. 

Wall Street English,

Immermannstraße 65,

40210 Düsseldorf,


Phone: +49 211 1754280


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 took me back to primary school. I thought this unit would be relatively simple, however I had forgotten a lot of the rules and format of parts of speech. The unit was explained clearly and lots of helpful examples were given. I would have appreciated some answers given in the task sheet, as I would have liked to check if I got task two correct. Overall, a good and informative unit.This Unit was about speaking and writing. Both of these aspects are very important when learning a language. What I learned was when to be to promote accuracy and when to promote fluency. I always assumed that I had to push accuracy all the time but now I see that it is important but only when studying. It is also important to let the students just practice so they can become more fluent.