Education Coordinator for TEFL in Bahrain

Date posted:2007-01-24 | Writer: Bapco | Email: [email protected]

The Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), owned by the Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain, is engaged in exploration and prospecting for oil, drilling, production, refining, distribution of petroleum products and natural gas, sales and exports of crude oil and refined products.

BAPCO wishes to recruit an English Language Specialist to join its EFL team, and to deliver its well-established English language programme. The person appointed will be of native speaker standard, qualified to postgraduate level (Teaching Certificate / Diploma as a minimum) and will have at least five years experience in delivering English language training to an advanced level in an industrial environment, preferably in the Middle East, and experience in preparing candidates for UCELS/BEC examinations. Proven ability to develop and deliver communication skills programmes (including report writing and presentation skills) will be a distinct advantage, as well as a knowledge of language test development.

Bapcos programme uses external accreditation through Cambridge BEC examinations, and covers bands 1 to 6 in the IELTS banding scheme.

In return, the rewards are excellent for a two year renewable contract (married or single status).The position offers an attractive tax-free salary, with a full range of benefits including free accommodation and utilities, free primary education and assistance with secondary education, paid annual home leave with generous travel settlement and excellent social and recreational facilities.Bahrain is a safe and stable country with a cosmopolitan society and a compatible western lifestyle.

To apply, please write enclosing your full CV to

Recruitment Officer

Bapco - Personnel Department

P-16 - Bahrain Refinery, Kingdom of Bahrain

Fax No. (+973) 177 57 926

E-mail: [email protected]

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.


As teachers we must always preview students difficulties and plan on how to deal with them. Difficulties in class can come from students or teacher as well as physical structures. A good teacher will preview them and have an idea on how to solve each on. Experienced teachers will surely know how to deal with every single problem even it been challenge. New teachers should carefully try to solve it giving their best.Unit 10 delved into the details of testing as it pertains to English language learners. There are many different tests for the many different phases and levels of learning. For example, placement test are done prior to starting class, progress tests are taken during, and external examinations are taken afterward and meeting the requirements of these exams is often the motivation for students to take English classes.