EFL Teachers Needed For Summer School Programme in Greece

Date posted:2018-01-08 | Writer: Skouras Camp | Email: [email protected]

Skouras Summer English Language Camp in Chalkidiki, Greece, provides up to 2 hours of tuition daily in the form of classes and workshops, with a class size of 12 students average. We run all levels, from beginners (A1) to proficiency of the Cambridge University level (C2). Moreover, we encourage children to speak English throughout the day. Therefore, our EFL teachers and team leaders play various games and plan activities to help children improve their English skills. There are different dates you can join us. Here are the dates: 08/06-08/08/2018 06/07-03/08/2018 03/08-28/08/2018 08/08-28/08/2018 Additional information: • Food: free, 4 meals / day. The camp’s daily menu is posted in our site • Teachers should cover their own travel expenses • Accommodation: free, in rooms up to 6pax (together with other teachers/ trainers)  • Working hours per week: 28h

Salary and benefits: • If the teacher is under 25 years old: 200 euros/month • If the teacher is over 25 years old: 300 euros/month


• Teaching skills –TEFL/TESOL training preferred. • Communication skills • Team management skills • Motivation skills • Organising skills • Adaptabiltiy • Inclusiveness • Awareness of others

How to apply:

If you are interested in becoming one of our teachers, please contact us at the email address given on the job heading. • Send us a photo that represents you  • Inform us about the dates you would like to stay at the camp

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 learned that grammar can be intimidating to some students,so the more knowledge i have ,the better prepared I can be and the more knowledge I have will help me when teaching grammar . I also learned more about the different types of grammar and parts of speech,such as how many different nouns ,adjectives,articles,verbs, adverbs, gerunds, pronouns,prepositions/conjunctions there are.Every group has its own needs. Teaching a group of children is completely different from teaching adults. It's something I already experienced. In the training school where I taught, most of the time I found more pleasure in teaching the adults than the children. The adults were more motivated and were actually faster learners. This is contradicting with what is said in the syllabus.