Teach EFL in Poland (2)

Date posted:2014-10-08 | Writer: Expert Language Centre | Email: [email protected]

The Expert Language Centre, founded in 1999, is a small language school operating in southern Poland. We teach General English with conversation classes at all levels with various age groups (kindergarten to adults) from elementary to advanced levels A2-C1, employing ambitious and creative teachers. We are currently looking for native level English speaking EFL teachers to join our high quality schools in southern Poland. The teachers can expect a friendly, creative and supportive environment.

The role of a native teacher in our school is mainly to provide students with an opportunity to SPEAK English. Therefore, the classes taught by native speakers are usually conversation classes. Grammatical structured are covered by Polish teachers. Classes taught by native speakers start at level Elementary level.


B.A. / M.A. Diploma

TEFL Certificate or similar Diploma (CELTA, Trinity)

Minimum 1-year teaching experience

The ideal candidate is reliable, responsible, highly motivated and flexible.

Should be able to work with all age groups.

EU national preferred  


Teachers' Manual and initial training

The school finds a flat on arrival

9 months full-time (average 20-24 hours (45 min) a week) renewable employment contract

Very competitive local salary paid monthly (2000 - 4000 PLN depending upon experience)

Free Polish classes

Medical insurance upon request

Friendly & professional working environment

To apply:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

EXPERT Language Centre

ul. Rynek 36b

Nysa, 48-300


Tel          0048602124749

Fax         0048774355550

Contact person:  Tomasz Szymkiewicz, Managing Director


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.


maybe the transitive and intransitive forms are the most confusing part of the grammar chapiter. it needs time to gt memorized but with this unit everything is clear enough. The modal auxiliary verbs are not easy as well, so the examples provided are really helpful. Very good the chart where I can easily find a different example for each modal verb and I loved the list of sentences to this unit, I learnt the receptive skill of listening and reading, both of them are equally important. When we teach class, we need to choose the different topic of the content so that the interest of students could be aroused, and then use ESA teaching method to planning our procedure. Is a interesting process when we choosing topic, because we need to meet the different demand of students.