Teach EFL in Greece

Date posted:2010-02-28 | Writer: Teacher Recruitment Service | Email: [email protected]

Mainland, Greece

Start Date:June 2010

Salary:EUR600-1000/ month

Working Conditions:

25 teaching hours/ week Monday-Friday work week Teach young learners to adults Handle elementary – advance classes

Contract Inclusions:

Single accommodation Bonuses Holiday pay Pension contributions


EU national (preferred) BA degree (minimum) TEFL or TESOL certificate

Contact Information:To arrange an interview date and time, contact Andrew Macleod-Smith at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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 understood the aim of this particular course and what I will be able to know and to do after I will complete it. The main terminology that I could face in the course and in general, in business English world as a teacher, was extremely useful. I learnt about specific areas of English that an ESP teacher can teach.Finally, I found out about perspectives and opportunities for a teacherr of Business English.It is important to know that not all past tenses are used in the same way. There are a few different forms and they all depend on the sentence structure of what you are trying to say. I think it is important that students study these very closely in order to understand usage better. It gets to be kind of tricky with including words such as had, had been, was, were, etc. in addition to the subject and verbs.