TEFL Opening in Poland

Date posted:2016-03-31 | Writer: Point Language Centre | Email: [email protected]

Point Language, a small, friendly language centre, is looking for 2 TEFL qualified native level English teachers to join us for the upcoming academic year. We teach a variety of ages and levels, from children to adults, including in-company Business English lessons. The ideal candidate would be someone flexible and keen to learn who would like to gain experience of teaching EFL while living in Poland. We are looking for someone who enjoys working with children and teenagers as well as adults. The positions are for 25 teaching hours per week, from September 2016 to June 2017 with the possibility of extending for the next academic year.


Candidates should have a degree and CELTA, TEFL, TESOL or equivalent, and be a native level English speaker.

Previous teaching experience is not necessary.  

EU passport.

Knowledge of foreign languages would be beneficial.

Salary and Benefits


Competitive local salary

Accommodation (paid by school) with wifi and cable tv

Help from our DOS and teaching staff with lesson preparation / planning etc

Paid holidays (Christmas, Winter break, Easter etc)

Airport pick up

Free Polish lessons


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

Point Language Centre

ul Opawska 38

Raciborz 47400


Telephone: +48 32 417 2560 


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 teaches the importance of structuring sentences in the correct conditional forms and how to construct sentences in the direct and indirect forms. The use of tenses comes into play in this unit. I learnt that the direct/indirect speech is not as simple as it looks. Easy to use verbally but needs careful planning before being taught to learners. A unit i will need more practice on.The definition of phonetics could be expressed as a branch of linguistics that comprises the study of the sounds of human speech, or (in the case of sign languages) the equivalent aspects of sign. It is sometimes hard to teach foreigners the correct English pronunciation. I think also that the transcription should be always taught together with writing as English a tough language to spell.