TEFL Teachers Required in Qatar

Date posted:2009-03-01 | Writer: Bell International | Email: [email protected]

Bell International is seeking to recruit experienced TEFL teachers to work for our partner centre in Doha, Qatar Bell Doha is a newly-established language training centre, jointly managed by The Expert Group and the Bell Educational Trust, Cambridge UK. Its purpose is to provide quality language programmes in English Language Teaching, Business and Technical English Language Skills. Benefits include:

  • Salary: 12,000 Qatari Riyals per month
  • Accommodation provided
  • Annual Holiday: One calendar month per year + official Qatar public holidays for the public sector
  • Flights: One return ticket to nearest international airport plus start and contract completion return ticket.
 In this role you will:·        be involved in appropriate placement testing and preparation procedures ·         plan, prepare and deliver language-training sessions ·         organise and mark homework and tests, as appropriate·         complete all course-related administration·        keep daily records of student attendance and report absence or lateness to expert Group Academic Coordinator Applicants must have : ·         A university degree ·         A TEFL or equivalent ·         Experience of working in a Middle Eastern culture.  The following would be an advantage :
  • Experience of preparing students for Esol and Ielts
  • Experience of teaching Business English
  • Experience of materials writing.
 To apply please send your CV and a short cover letter to the e-mail address on the job heading quoting DOHA in the subject of your email. If successful, The Expert Group will issue a contract to you.

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.


While understanding TEFL methodologies is interesting, it only becomes useful once teachers can apply them in the classroom. Creating lesson plans ensures that the teacher can successfully employ these methods in the classroom. Without any form of planning, even an experienced teacher might find their lessons losing efficacy. Besides being a planning tool, lesson plans also serve as a record of course content.Lesson plans are more useful for an inexperienced teacher to have a record of what is learned and for the teacher to keep track of her skills. We must remain, however flexible with our plan such that it isn't a fully scripted lesson. Other common sense does apply: checking that equipment is ready and operational and that we are available before the start of the lesson rather than arriving after the students.