Teach EFL in Italy (5)

Date posted:2016-07-20 | Writer: English Language Abroad | Email: [email protected]

English Language Abroad has an opportunity for a qualified EFL teacher in Perugia, central Italy. This role is in a busy school so we are particularly looking for a qualified and experienced native level teacher who is willing and capable to teach all levels and all ages, and who demonstrates flexibility and patience. You will be joining a relaxed but organised, dedicated team working extremely hard to provide a quality learning experience to their students.


A full-time legal Italian contract to start at the beginning of the September term. However, work is available through the summer with at least 40-60 hours a month of paid teaching time being offered (contract adjusted accordingly).

NET salary of €800 for a minimum of 15 hours per week to a maximum of 28.

This salary includes accommodation, and water bill, council tax, TV license and rubbish collection paid by the school.

All public holidays, 2 weeks at Christmas and 4 days at Easter paid.

Free WIFI internet access in the school at all times.

Being part of a friendly team where you will be supported, coached and encouraged in your personal development and journey as a teacher.


Mother tongue level teacher

Degree a plus

TESOL, TEFL or CELTA preferred  

Previous experience essential

A friendly, lively and flexible attitude a MUST

A passion for teaching and attention to detail

A team player

Permission to work in the EU in place

Exam preparation knowledge. Experience of Ielt, Pet, Ket etc an advantage


Please send your CV with cover letter to the email address given on the job heading.       

Phone: +44 7538 474 575


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 covered the basics of Grammar, including the different types of nouns, adjectives, verbs. Briefly, it also reflected on some of the rules that we apply to most situations. There are a few exceptions to English Grammar though. I learnt about transitive and intransitive verbs, and how there are certain words that can be used for both, cut certain words that can only be transitive.Lesson planning can be an important part of a successful lesson, however, lessons need not be rigid. If an activity is going well, or if the teacher thinks that students will benefit from staying on a certain part of a lesson, the teacher can modify the lesson to fit their needs. A good lesson plan has many components and can act as both a resource in the classroom and a record for later.