TEFL Jobs in Madrid and Barcelona

Date posted:2009-07-15 | Writer: Linguarama | Email: [email protected]

Linguarama is a leading UK-based language training company which specialises in teaching languages to businesses for work-related purposes. We have a range of thriving training centres in attractive cities across Europe. Our centres in Barcelona and Madrid are well established with a range of major contracts with international clients. We are looking for a number of qualified, committed and experienced TEFL teachers who preferably also have relevant commercial experience to add to our teams commencing in early October. The successful applicants will be involved in teaching needs related business English courses to executives from international companies. To be considered for interview please e-mail a copy of your CV to the  e-mail address given on the job heading. Alternatively,please send it by post to The Personnel Department, Marcus Evans, Linguarama, 1 Elm Court, Arden Street, Stratford upon Avon, CV 37 6PA. EU-nationals or candidates with a valid work permit for the EU preferred Preferred qualifications: Degree-holder, TEFL, TESOL CELTA, Trinity Certificate or equivalent Native English speaker/s only.

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 provides an overview of the common troubleshooting problems in the classroom. It was useful to read about the different types of scenarios and students and how to deal with them. Especially in my class there are different of types of students with different type of abilities, and also different levels of participation. This lesson was helpful to know to deal with these different types of situationsThis unit gave an overall taste of what it means to be an english teacher with its daily duties, responsibilities and roles to fulfil. I have learned on what levels I have to be prepared and what roles I have to be comfortable with to help the whole of the class to succeed. Also, learned of student's perspective towards the class and the teacher. I had the feeling that it was a good taste of what is to come.