Position Teaching English in Poland

Date posted:2016-01-25 | Writer: Berkeley International | Email: [email protected]

Berkeley International is a virtual and online learning environment and community rich in diversity with EFL teachers from all over the world. We teach children through multimedia educational platform EEO, which allows the highest standard of teaching. We make sure that our English lessons are always interesting, creative and attractive to children. We’re looking for qualified English teachers who are passionate about educating children to work full-time in our office in Warsaw, Poland. If you are enthusiastic, motivated, hard-working and willing to learn – this offer is just for you!

If you are:

• An experienced EFL teacher: you are a real professional and a truly dedicated teacher who loves education; you know how to present activities in a creative and an interesting way; you are constantly looking for personal and professional development.

• Personable: you support collaborative environment; you are practical, honest and kind; you are eager to embrace new challenges.

• Your English language proficiency level is rather high; you have the experience of living, working or studying in any English-speaking countries; you are a good interlocutor who enjoys communicating with others.

• You have Diploma or Degree in Education/English

TEFL qualified candidates without working experience are also welcomed.

You will:

• Teach students of different age and language levels, i.e. Preschool (3-4), kindergarten level (5-6), and primary level (7-13).

• Work in a supportive and collegial atmosphere.

• Master your teaching methods and techniques, and broaden your cultural perspectives.


We are waiting for you! Don’t hesitate and send us your resume (in English) with your photo attached at the email 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.


Managing classes unit contains a good variety of tips and rules that will lead into a productive and disciplined classroom. Although there are many factors to be considered while managing the class, such as students personality and class sizes, some rules fit in almost every case, never losing your temper, for example. It is mandatory to have this knowledge before going into the classroom.There are five different forms of conditionals: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. Each conditional captures different \"if\" scenarios. Moreover, this unit covered reported and direct speech. Present tenses in direct speech often turn to past tenses when they are reported back. Time expressions also change in reported speech.