TEFL in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Date posted:2005-07-12 | Writer: Telemedia Arabia Ltd | Email: [email protected]

We are, TELEMEDIA ARABIA LTD., a Saudi training company with long time experience in providing training programs for the government sector especially in the defence and other areas. We have a requirement for 10 ELS qualified teachers. The following basically summarizes our requirements:

Job Location: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on the Red Sea

Customer: Saudi government department, who have the complete set-up to conduct English including the English labs, classrooms etc.

Requirement: One lead teacher and 9 instructors (total 10 teachers) who are English native speakers

Package: Package will be based on amount of experience.
Which includes: Basic monthly salary, Relocation paid, 12 month contract, return air ticket from place of hire, medical coverage while on the job, small car and gasoline paid, single accommodation (studio or 1 bedroom apartment),

Contract: for a period of one year, one month vacation, contract may be renewed for one or two more years depending on customer contracting options.

Starts: September 2005 August 2006

Aziz A. Bashiti

Director of Business Development


Tel: +966 1 278 8856

Fax: +966 1 278 8857

Email: [email protected]

Website: Contact us

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.


This unit is all about the Past Tense. I learned the four different past tenses, that is; past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. In each case I learned how to form sentences, how to use them and their activation. I got certain tips on how to help the students use these tenses correctly, like preparing a résumé, narrating stories in the past by simply looking at some pictures, and so on.This chapter covered various ways to select vocabulary to teach and what the essential things the students need to know about each vocabulary word (meaning, use, where it belongs, how it affects other words, spelling, and pronunciation). Engage, study, and activate suggestions were included for each phase according to the different approaches. I think I learned to keep my vocabulary and lessons focused on the students needs.