TEFL in Greece

Date posted:2008-06-30 | Writer: Cambridge Teachers Recruitment | Email: [email protected]

Looking for work in the largest TEFL jobs market in the world? Look no further, Cambridge Teachers Recruitment agency is the largest and foremost agency for the Greek TEFL jobs market.

Established 15 years ago, we have striven to achieve excellence in the field of recruiting Tefl teachers in Greece. We pride ourselves on the fact that we only deal with stringently vetted, accredited and reputable language schools. Employing around 40 teachers (individuals and couples) per year to private language schools throughout the Greek mainland and islands, C.T.R sets the standards in the world’s largest Tefl market.

Below are some of the salient points to consider:

· 25 hours per week · Sept -May (some summer work onw) · Monday-Friday afternoons (4-10pm) · Elementary-Advanced classes (up to Cambridge Exams) · Young learner to Adult (differs from school to school) · Good salary and conditions · Accommodation provided · Health insurance/pension · Holiday pay at Christmas and Easter (4 weeks) · Bonuses at Christmas, Easter and summer (2 months extra salary)

In short, C.T.R strives for professionalism and achieves excellence in an ever-expanding European Tefl market. Expect good salary and conditions at some of Greece’s top establishments and, above all, expert advice and a highly competent service.

Please contact Andrew Macleod-Smith at C.T.R in Athens Email address given on job heading page.

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 lesson took my brain and twisted it through the meat grinder. Although, it was difficult, I know that it is absolutely necessary to have an accurate knowledge of all parts of the English grammar in order to effectively teach the English Language. I have learned, not only the different types of verbs, but also where and how they fit into different types of clauses and how they look depending on the tense being used.This unit describes the diffferent forms of past tense. This is also confusing as the present tenses when it comes to perfect forms. One of the reason is that perfect form does not exist or is the same for all tenses in other languages. For instance, in Japanese as in Romanian,only the termination of the verb changes if it is a simple or continious/ present or past. English uses also conjunctions to make the difference.