Teaching English in Oman

Date posted:2012-06-04 | Writer: CECN Educonsult | Email: [email protected]

CECN Educonsult (CECNE), an educator provider–education consultancy company, is seeking English Language Teachers for Government colleges in The Sultanate of Oman starting on 1 September 2012, the first semester of academic year 2012-2013. Interviews will be held in the next 4 to 8 weeks. The hiring process to be completed soon after.

Duties and responsibilities:
    Teaching English and assessing college students.
    Working days: 5 Days a week, Saturday to Wednesday.

Compensation and Benefits - Tax Free
    Monthly compensation packages as follows:
    • Salary: Up to OMR 1000 depending on the teacher's degree and teaching experience.
    • Allowances ranging from OMR 350 to OMR 520 as follows:
    Housing allowance.
    Transportation allowance.
    Dependents’ Allowance.
    Other Allowance.
    Other Yearly Benefits:
    • Health Insurance for the teacher.
    • Air travel and visa for the teacher.
    • End of contract gratuity.
    • Annual paid leave: Approximately 56 to 60 days

If your qualification is -in general:
    • BA/ BSc with TEFL / TESOL or equivalent and 3 years post degree experience teaching English Language
    • or MA/ MSc/ Ph.D. and 2 years post degree experience teaching English Language
    • Native English Speakers from the US, Canada, Britain, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, or any other country considered to have Native English language please send your CV, copies of your certificates, passport, and photos referring to this ad and indicating your date of birth, nationality, and availability date to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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 I learned that in the English language there are thought to be three tenses (past, present, and future) and that for every tense there are different forms being either simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. There are many uses for each tense and form and it is important to learn the difference between them as to not confuse students about what has, is, and will be happening.I appreciate the content in this unit because it gives you the basic rules of speech and proper writing, I know that I write well, but it is also important to be able to communicate clearly to people who are just learning English. If the teacher does not know the basic principles in grammar and speech, then the students will not be receiving the proper learning tools to master the English language.