TEFL in Drogheda, Ireland

Date posted:2008-03-16 | Writer: Edgewater College | Email: [email protected]

English language teacher required to teach general English in Drogheda, Ireland for 16 hours per week over 4 days. Immediate start. Initial contract for 20 weeks.


· Native English Speaker
· Bachelor’s Degree
· ACELS recognised TEFL certificate

- EFL teaching experience preferable

Aptitudes & Abilities:
- Able and willing to teach as required.
- Able to take responsibility for students' complete English studies.

Disposition, Attitude, Motivation & Experience:
- Flexible
- Dependable
- Culturally sensitive
- Punctual
- Smart appearance

Candidates must be available for interview in Ireland. Any travel costs incurred by applicant for interview purposes will not be covered by the company.

Please forward CV to Ian Humphries, [email protected]

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.


The unit gives an insight into the various roles a teacher has to play, as well as the different learning styles and needs of learners through various stages of their lives to learn. The unit also highlight the importance of both the teacher and learner to understand each other's role to facilitate the exchange of knowledge so learning needs and objectives can be successfully achieved by both teacher and learner.I learned more about the present tense and the different uses of the present tense. I learned more about the specific usages of the present perfect tense. I found it interesting because I was unaware that the present perfect tense is usually used for completed actions in the past that are carried out at the time of speaking since I usually use the simple past (It has rained a lot today vs. It rained a lot today).

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