Job Teaching TEFL in Madrid, Spain

Date posted:2002-03-13 | Writer: Matt Lavía, Director of Marketing | Email: [email protected]

Location: Madrid, Spain
Deadline: Wednesday 27. March 2002
Experience: No experience required

Vaughan is now looking for English trainers currently located in the Madrid area. We provide training, materials, and an excellent hourly wage.

You must have a minimum of 3 years work experience in any field and be able to work with business people at all levels, plus TEFL cert.

We pay 18.63 euros per hour and provide training.

Vaughan Systems
Company Background: Vaughan Systems has been the leader in teaching English to executives in Spain for 25 years. We have the best team of teachers in the business and that's the reason for our success. The company currently employs about 85 teachers in Madrid, Barcelona, Granada, and Seville.
Virgen de Nuria 11
Madrid, Madrid
28027 - Spain
Telephone: +34 405 7080
Fax: +34 40 7083
Contact person: Matt Lavia, Director of Marketing

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.


I appreciated how this chapter reinforced and reconnected the Engage, Study, and Activate Structure that was previously introduced earlier. This unit focused on the methods and activities suggested for teachers when devising a new vocabulary lesson. It provided suggestions on how to choose appropriate new vocabulary words based on factoring their appropriateness, meaning, pronunciation, and other factors that depend on the target class.This unit was split into past simple, past perfect, past continuous and past perfect continuous. I felt like this way of explaining past tense made a lot of sense and it was layed out in a way that would help me in teaching this to students in the future. Something I might do in the future is have a fun cross word puzzle using all the irregular verbs and having students write the past tense of them in order to figure out the cross word.