Teach EFL in Bolivia (2)

Date posted:2017-01-19 | Writer: Instituto Exclusivo | Email: [email protected]

Instituto Exclusivo is looking for an EFL teacher to work full time at our language school in La Paz, Bolivia. We need people who are willing to relocate to La Paz, and are happy to sign a contract for a minimum of 6 months. We are looking for teachers who are available from the end of February or beginning of March.

Our classes are mostly individual and are tailor made to the needs of the student. We require creative and motivated teachers comfortable in 1-1 and small group settings. Classes are given onsite, offsite and online. We teach all ages and levels, as well as give TOEFL exam preparation.

Support and teaching materials are provided.


3,000 Bolivianos a month minimum salary (negotiable depending on experience)

Paid vacation days (the number of days depends on length of contract)

6 months- 1 year commitment

Discounted Spanish classes

Extra training and support with country orientation

Visa assistance



CELTA, TEFL, TESOL or equivalent

Willingness to give classes online

A flexible and positive approach


Some teaching experience

Experience preparing students for TOEFL examination

Basic understanding of Spanish


Send us an e-mail, at the address given on the job heading, with your CV and a covering letter explaining why you want to come to Bolivia and work with us!

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, we learned how to teach special groups, firstly we classified them into 5 groups, and we have learned some useful tips for teaching these groups. And we understood that, to teach business english, we dont need to be professional in their career because in reality they want to study english too, they need to use their english business expressions in a right english languageI have wondered about the use of authentic and created materials for some time. O feel clearer and more confident now about mix and matching materials rather than just following a set course. Interestingly when I have taught in China, the older students were always really thankful to nit have yet more course books and a tually to gave more creative teaching with less authentic materials.