Language School in Moscow, Russia, Needs EFL Teachers

Date posted:2017-09-11 | Writer: British Columbia Language Academy | Email: [email protected]

A brand new International English Language School British Columbia Language Academy (BCLA), located in the historical part of Moscow, has opportunities for EFL teachers. BCLA offers many courses for those interested in learning English as a second language. The school has courses for kids starting from 4 years old, teenagers and adults. All the classes for kids and adults are held in the atmosphere of fun and joy as it’s very important for us to give to our students not only good knowledge but pleasure from learning English. Our school has a modern, technically well-equipped interior, international team of excellent professionals and true desire to present a better way of learning English in Russia.


Teach children or adults at new school in the heart of Moscow. The teaching system is built with the use of communicative approach in teaching English. All teachers will have teachers’ books to use, interactive boards, e-books, individual work place with computer and internet. You will take active part in the life of the school by having demo-lessons, salon classes with free to choose topics and outdoor events in English for our students. Upon arrival, you will have training in our approach to teaching.

We offer 70,000 rub salary

Free teacher training

1-year contract

40 working hours including office and teaching hours


Native level English speakers (USA, Canada, Great Britain)

Bachelor degree in teaching or TESOL,TEFL, CELTA, TNT certificate or other

Work experience at least 2 years of teaching

Personality: love teaching, being positive and active, no bad habits.


Contact us via email at the 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.


Recording the teacher while he is writing on the board is a waste of time. I suggest having the wording incorporated digitally. His handwriting is not immediately recognizable, and it is very redundant to have someone write something out, when it will be on display right after. The video didn't cover all the items listed in the PDF file. The examples and games listed were very helpful.In this unit I have learnt about the general terminology, and the fact that you do not need to have any prior experience in the industry that you may be teaching English in. For example if you are teaching English to a lawyer, you do not have to have studied law as the student will have the knowledge in their own language. We are just there to give them the skills to use the knowledge.