TEFL Position in Poland (2)

Date posted:2016-10-25 | Writer: El Dorado Cultural Center | Email: [email protected]

El Dorado Cultural Center in Olowa, Poland, is offering a teaching position in Europe, starting immediately and finishing at the end of June 2017


• Accommodation in a private room

• Training in teaching strategies, classroom management, use of TLC inside and outside of the classroom and methodology for teaching languages

• 2500 PLN, monthly salary


• Plan and deliver lessons inside and outside the institution for kids.

• Plan and support cultural events.

• Give feedback to parents and students.

• Attend to teachers meetings.

• Register students learning development in the institution platform.

• Be on time at school or wherever the teacher will be required.


* English level: C1

* CELTA/ TEFL/TESOL qualified, preferably with a bachelor degree.

* Education Level: Qualification in Education, Marketing, Humanities  

* Length: flexible

* Skills: Excellent interpersonal skills, culturally adaptable, fast learner


Email us at the address given on the job heading.          

Tel:  (+48) 507 062 580

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 described the use of course books and lesson materials in teaching English. The advantages and disadvantages of using these were detailed. Additionally, created and authentic material were described and compared. I learned the course books I can use and how they can assist in teaching English. I also learned how to combine created and authentic material to improve teaching.Unit 12 is a follow up to unit 11 and focuses on the productive skills of speaking and writing. Techniques, activity ideas and example lesson plans are included. I have learned from this unit ways to ensure student success in completion of activities including keeping helpful vocabulary and grammar structures on the board and encouraging rehearsal of role-plays before their presentation.