TEFL Position in Poland

Date posted:2014-07-01 | Writer: Angloville | Email: [email protected]

If you want a way to use your new TEFL qualification in a fun way before moving in to permanent employment, Angloville are offering a volunteering Cultural Exchange programme in Poland, where you will stay in a quality hotel in the middle of the beautiful Polish countryside for 7 days meeting professionals from all over the country in a very laid back environment. During the programme you will talk in English to Polish business executives..and this is pretty much all what is required from you. The objective is to get together a group of interesting people (Around 15 English speakers from all over the world, and around 15 Polish participants, mostly quite successful professionals) and enable them to talk deeper about their interests, learn from each other, exchange ideas, and simply have fun. This is the process in which the Polish participants will practise their English.

Angloville offers:

• an extraordinary experience of Poland, its culture and people

• a chance to interact and network with business executives and successful professionals

• free accommodation in a 3* Hotel

• the experience of Polish traditional cuisine: full board, 3 meals a day are provided free of charge in the hotel restaurant

• a free tour of Wrocław/Warsaw

• free transport from Wrocław/Warsaw to the programme venue and back

The only costs you may need to pay is your flight + any hostel before/after programme. You can get here from anywhere in Europe with Ryanair/Wizzair for as little as £60 return, and should you need a hostel before/after the programme, it can be found for as little £8. These can be your total costs.

Successful applicants must be: at least 20, a Native Speaker of English, enthusiastic and a good conversationalist (since you will be conversing with people for at least 12 hours/ a day).

Dates available in 2014:

20-26 July (Chojnik Hotel in Karkonoskie Mountains)

27 July- 2 August (Chojnik Hotel in Karkonoskie Mountains)

10-16 August (Nasutow Hotel near Lublin)

There are only 15 English speakers required for last programme (and the programme is advertised in all English-speaking countries), so if you think you’re suitable please hurry up with your application if interested.

For more info and to apply, please contact Milena Matysek 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.


This was a very helpful unit with the example teaching videos. It was very clear the flaws in the first video teaching style. You could almost feel the awkward tension in the room because of how inconsiderate the teacher was of his students. I have had classes like this in which it is most unfair to the student who desires to learn but is prevented by the method of which the material is taught.This Unit analyzed the different roles of teachers and the various levels of learners. From the teacher-roles part I've learnt that the teacher should have an in-depth knowledge of the topic he is teaching (obviously) but also be able to adapt to the class, changing roles as the lesson goes by. Organization to me is the foundation of this job, and plays a major role in the success of the class.