Full time TEFL Job in Bahrain

Date posted:2015-07-15 | Writer: British Language Centre | Email: [email protected]

The British Language Centre, Bahrain has a full time vacancy for an EFL Teacher. Our centre was established in 2009 and is known for its excellence in delivering English language courses to children, young people and adults. Our centre was reviewed as "Outstanding" in the latest National Quality Review. We employ TEFL professionals from the United Kingdom and other English speaking countries to enhance the programmes offered to students.

Teachers are required to plan, deliver and evaluate interactive and communicative lessons, aiming to develop confidence and team work.

Salary and benefits:

Contracts begin at the end of August 2015.

Flights, accommodation, excellent tax free salary and visa sponsorship provided.


Minimum requirements: degree and  ELT qualification, such as TESOL/TEFL, with a passion for teaching.

How to apply:

To begin the selection process, please email a covering letter and CV to the email address given on the job heading. Please note, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

British Language Centre,

Building No: 879

Road No: 7515, Area: 575

Al Janabiya,

Kingdom of Bahrain.

Tel: +973 17791468


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.


The unit is very interesting as it introduces the lesson plan. It begins with the functions of lesson plans and the basic principles of lesson planning. The sample lesson plan provided is beneficial and very well-organized and helps showcase the importance of lesson plans. The self-evaluation phase is also as crucial as the planning phase as it encourages further development and improvement.Unit 13 actually taught me a few new words especially when it comes to the place of articulation for example velar, palatal, alveolar, dental, labio-dental, bilabial and glottal. Honestly I am having a hard time understanding the purpose of the phonemic alphabet. I understand that it does not focus on spelling but rather common pronunciation, however in my mind spelling is just as important.