Teach English in Bolivia

Date posted:2008-08-20 | Writer: British English Centre | Email: [email protected]

We are currently looking for 2 teachers of English with TEFL, CELTA, DELTA, Trinity TESOL or equivalent certification. We offer your first month of housing free and assistance obtaining your work visa. 6 month minimum contract.

Details: We are in need of native speakers of English to teach group classes as well as one-to-one private classes. We offer classes at our institute as well as off-site classes at various companies that have contracted our services. In addition to adult classes we also have young learner classes of various ages. We will provide your first month of housing and assistance finding housing after this. There is a minimum contract of 6 months. For a 6 month contract we will pay half of your visa expenses, for a 1 year contract we will pay all of your visa expenses.

Native English speaker/s only

Qualifications: We are in need of native speakers of English that have a TEFL, CELTA, DELTA, Trinity TESOL or equivalent qualification. Experience teaching children is a plus. We are happy to except new teachers that have recently finished their training as well as more experienced teachers.

Compensation: For entry-level teachers we pay 45 bolivianos per hour. Depending on your certification and years of experience we pay up to 52 bolivianos,depending on your years of teaching experience.

To apply contact the Email address given on the job headings 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.


Again, I find the information about tenses and the technical information very challenging. This is an area I need to continue to learn about and develop my knowledge and skills. I found this information interesting and the way the unit breaks it down is very clear with solid examples which makes a more challenging task, more achievable for someone like me who has not had a great deal of experience in this area.The present tense is one of the most difficult parts to understand. There are many different forms and it takes time to understand each one differently. It helps to know the certain usages listed for each form because then you will know how and when to use it. I learned that the \"be going\" and \"present continuous\" forms are the most commonly used, although you will encounter each form in one way or another.