TEFL certified Teachers Wanted in Italy

Date posted:2015-11-24 | Writer: The Dawson Group Italia | Email: [email protected]

The Dawson Group Italy is a well established, friendly, language school business with a good reputation. We are currently looking for TEFL certified teachers for full time positions in Bologna and Parma. Our business was founded in 1994 to meet the needs of professional language training for companies and professionals. Known throughout northern Italy in the business community with over 1000+ adult students annually, we work with many well known multinational companies with students ranging from beginner to advanced (A1-C2).

Our lessons are conversation based, with teacher materials and student books provided, also using web based tools to facilitate learning.


€1,200 per month net

Minimum 100+ hours per month

Contract from January 2016 to July 2016 with immediate renewal option


Candidates must be university graduates, have CELTA or TEFL certificate and 2+ years min experience teaching adults in business environment. Must be dynamic, flexible, able to keep accurate records and have and use a computer.


Please send CV with cover letter to the email address given on the job heading. If you are already in Italy, feel free to call us at 051-367375

Bologna headquarters:

via stalingrado 97/2


Italy 40128

Tel. 051.367375

Fax 051.4198057


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 short, this unit taught about the present simple, present perfect, present continuous (progressive), present perfect continuous. I really liked the sample sentences and the suggested activities that this unit provided. I like interactive classes and the games and activities in this unit are perfect. I also will make use of the questions to ask myself when a student makes a mistake/error.This unit broke down the present tense. It was interesting to see how the present tense could be categorized into 4 main sections with 3 following subsections. As a native speaker a lot of the usage of the language comes naturally to me, so I found it really helpful that the unit provided some activities to use in a class room to help students learn the different tenses in an enjoyable way.