Teach English in Spain (5)

Date posted:2015-02-05 | Writer: inlingua Santander | Email: [email protected]

inlingua Santander is a licensee of Internationale inlingua Sprachschulen AG, an international organisation whose headquarters are in Switzerland and which has more than 330 language schools in 37 countries. With more than half a million clients a year, this makes it one of the leading organisations worldwide in the field of language training. We are currently looking for EFL teachers to join our team in Santander, on the northern coast of Spain. They must be native level speakers and should have an EU passport.

Job details:

Teaching English to adults and children, in small groups (max. 8 students) and one-to-one. The levels of the classes range from complete beginners to proficiency and may include some Business English. Most of the classes take place on the school premises, although the teacher may be required to teach some in-company classes.

Full time contract based on up to 26 lessons per week. Bonus for lessons given before 9.00 a.m. Paid Christmas and Easter holidays in addition to legal holidays. Assistance in finding accommodation. Free Spanish lessons, but some knowledge of the language would be appreciated.


University degree

TEFL /TESOL certification or similar

Teaching experience preferred 

How to apply:

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

inlingua Santander

Avenida de Pontejos 5

Santander 39005


Tel: +34 942 278 465


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 was basically about \"part of speech\". This unit was acting on my prior knowledge of about the different categories of parts of speech, such as: noun, verb, adjective, preposition, conjunction, adverb and transitive and instransitive verbs. This unit breaks down each category a give meaning, usage and examples of each. This unit is however very informative and will benefit readers.In this unit I learned the different resources potentially available in a classroom and how they can be beneficial to a lesson as well as the difficulties to anticipate with some of the technology. I've never used any of the new technology (IWBs) out there so I am curious to see how it works in the future. One of the most useful things in this section is the end with all the online resources.