Teach EFL in Oman

Date posted:2006-06-27 | Writer: [email protected] | Email: [email protected]

An international company is seeking a qualified EFL Instructor (M/F) for a new project to teach English to young adults who upon passing the 4 level ESL course would be employed in the oil and gas industry and intro level 1 hour a day, 4 days a week to local high school students at the center.The students are extremely polite for their age group. This is a one year renewable contract with 16-18 contact hours per week. Class size will not exceed 18 students. This position is in a very friendly small village with a few stores and banks.Ideally you need to be independent, able to live in a small village, relaxed with a sense of humor, enjoy using activities with your presentations and able to take the same group from the elementary level to intermediate. Required to be in Muscat near the end of August.


Minimum B.A. and teaching experience
TESOL teaching Certificate


1100 RO (approx. 2, 800 USD) per month-5 day week
Newly furnished 2 bdrm. apt above the center-air con. unit in each room,microwave, sat TV, etc.
6 weeks 1 long weekend each month
Return flight to place of origin
This new center is located in Haima, Oman which is half way between Muscat and Salalah
Contact: [email protected] with CV and recent photo

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.


Being the first unit, a broad overview of the course was outlined which includes the structure of the course and details of teaching business English. As a business English teacher, you have options of teaching private clients, in a language school, or in house at a company, and you can have teach for a specific purpose such as medical English for those in that field or tourism-related English for those in hospitality.This unit I have learnt the different approaches to evaluate the student's language level. The students need to be placed into correct class to achieve the best results. An interesting point in this unit shows is that the students also need to evaluate the course so that they can in a way evaluate their own progress over time and if the class suits them, if it is too easy or difficult to tackle for that specific level.