TEFL Job in Norway

Date posted:2018-04-17 | Writer: Birralee International School Trondheim | Email: [email protected]

Our school and kindergarten provide an English-speaking education for children aged 4-16 living in Trondheim, central Norway.  Throughout its 44 year old history, Birralee has gained a special place in Trondheim as a stable, good quality school, offering excellent education in English. We are located in the heart of Trondheim. Close to the medieval Nidaros Cathedral, NTNU, Sintef and St. Olavs Hospital. We are always on the lookout for qualified supply teachers and assistants to join our team, including the occasional EFL teacher.


An exciting international work environment

Professional working conditions and supportive colleagues

Competitive salary conditions, wage level by qualifications

A newly renovated and well resourced school

Relatively small classes

Motivated students


are a qualified teacher or enthusiastic assistant

are creative, flexible and innovative

are engaged, reliable and able to cater for the needs of individual learners

would enjoy the challenge of working in an international school environment

are fluent in English

are in possession of recent police clearance documents from previous countries of residence.

Then please send your CV and a statement of your educational philosophy to the email address given on the job heading in English.

Birralee International School

9, Bispegata,

7012 Trondheim,


TEL: +47 73 87 02 60

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 identifies the many roles of the teacher and the learner.It talks about the advantages and disadvantages of teaching adults, teaching groups and individuals. It also gives some solutions to dealing with some potential problems. It explains six different teaching methods: grammar translation, audio lingualism, the silent way, task-based learning, PPP and Engage,Study,Active.While this unit may seem like it would be an easy walkthrough, it was far from it. Even though when I speak and write I know which words to use and how to position them, my future students may not. This unit was great for me to add onto my understandings of basic grammar when it comes to the English language. It will certainly help me explain how to structure sentences in the future.