Teach English in Italy (6)

Date posted:2014-07-30 | Writer: Victoria College | Email: [email protected]

Victoria College is a small private language school in Casamassima in the south-east of Italy about 10 minutes drive from Bari, the biggest town in Apulia and boasts the most important shopping-centre in the area with a big multiplex cinema. Victoria College prepares students for exams, runs General English classes, one2one, company and state school projects. We are looking for EFL teachers for October 2014/ May 2015. Candidates should have at least one year of experience and TESOL/CELTA certificate or equivalent. He/she must be flexible, willing to adapt to a changing timetable and capable of working independently. Valid EU driving licence is required.

We offer Euro 800 net for 100 hours max a month, accommodation and a bonus up to 1.000 Euros at successful end of the contract. Company car available during the free time.

How to apply:

If you’re interested in the job, please send European Format CV, a recent photo and two references to the email address given on the job heading.


Victoria College

Via delle Fonti, 33

Casamassima (Bari)



Tel: 0804530218

Fax: 0804530218


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 was very informative and it was all about how to teach new language - the teaching techniques which could be used - the straight arrow model for teaching vocabulary & the boomerang model for teaching language functions. Also there was an explanation regarding the criteria used when selecting the vocabulary to be taught, and what the students needed to know about a vocabulary item.It is good for a teacher to know that discipline in the classroom starts with their behavior. Students will try and establish where they can bend and break rules, but a firm teacher will create a safe environment where students can express their ideas without being unruly. It is a good reminder for experienced teachers and a good lesson for a new teacher to always pay attention to these things.