Teach TEFL in the Centre of Italy

Date posted:2008-09-03 | Writer: The British Institutes | Email: [email protected]

The British Institutes of Sulmona & Avezzano (Italy) seek qualified English Teachers to start at the beginning of October 2008 until May/June 2009.

To be elegible for the position you should:
- be a native speaker of English,
- be dynamic, out-going, flexible and highly-motivated,
- be an EC passport holder,
- have a University degree and a CELTA/TEFL certificate or equivalent,
- be committed to the post for at least one academic year,
- have some language teaching experience.

The British Institutes is a well established group with over 200 schools in Italy. The schools in Sulmona and Avezzano are in the Centre of Italy about 100-150 km from Rome. They are centrally located with 20 years of experience in English language Teaching.
We offer General English, Business English and one-to-one programs.
Our students: children, teenagers, adults and business people.

Further information will be provided during a personal telephone interview.

If interested please send C.V., photo and reference letters to the e-mail address given on the 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.


In this unit, the various mediums that a teacher can effectively use during the teaching process are discussed. Although there are some mediums mentioned in this unit that are being replaced as technology advances, there are still principals used in the old mediums that retain value. This unit also discusses the manner in which a teacher can mitigate the amount of time they are teaching with their backs turned.I believe this is the core part of learning any language. The key receptive skills of listening and reading are extremely important to learning any new language. I have always found it very useful to read through magazines or listen to news segments in other languages to best understand the just of what is going on. If I ever teach a group of students I absolutely intend to incorporate this type of learning.