TEFL Job in Bahrain (2)

Date posted:2016-10-03 | 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, teenagers, and adults using British curricula. 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.


Very good tax free salary

Visa sponsorship is organised by the centre

Fully furnished modern two bedroom apartment inclusive of utilities (shared with a teacher)

Return flights each year


Positive attitude and interactive approach towards teaching and learning

Willingness to work afternoons and evenings

Degree and CELTA / TEFL / TESOL qualification

Two years teaching experience preferred


Please send a CV and covering letter to the email address given on the job heading.        

Please note: job descriptions and recruitment correspondence will be sent to short listed candidates only.

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.


Unit 1 mainly talks about the qualities, roles and responsibilities of both teachers and students in the classroom. It also touches upon how culture can influence the class and also the need to know the language ability of your students and how they relate to the CEF. Motivation of the students is good to know for a teacher because that will give you ideas on how to teach to the students.I have learned the proper way to distinguish between the different future tenses and how to classify all of the different tenses. This is important because simply telling a student that their sentence is right or wrong will not help them learn, but having the knowledge of which verbs and how they are used fall into each category, future students of mine will have much clearer instruction.