Job Teaching English in Turkey (3)

Date posted:2013-11-18 | Writer: Deulcom Language School | Email: [email protected]

Deulcom Language School in Kayseri teaches to a variety of highly motivated students with a range of different students from teens to University students as well as adults and professionals. We have opportunities for TEFL certified teachers with a strong desire to teach speaking skills in a comfortable and professional school.  Work week ranges from 32 hours per week, with one day off. Any overtime is paid as per Turkish labour laws. Salary is from US 1,000.00 to US 1,500.00 per month depending on qualifications and experience. Visa and work permit are paid for as well as reimbursement of flights at the conclusion of the contract. Medical insurance is also supplied. Shared accommodation is supplied by the school within a 5 minute walk of the school.

How to apply:

Contact Paul Evans at the email address given on the job heading. Please attach copies of your degree and certificates along with your resume and a recent photo

Deulcom Kayseri

Kayseri, Turkey




Tel: 0905347050039

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.


In this unit I learned that Reading & Listening are as important as Speaking and Writing. I was provided the opportunity to hone my skills at lesson planning and along the way, I learned a little about how Europeans dress. An important thing to take away from this unit is that it is more important to select a topic that will interest the students, so that they will want to engage in the class.This unit deals with modal and phrasal verbs as well as the passive voice. The passive voice is used to change the focus of the sentence from the agent to the subject. The hardest part of this unit was the three types of phrasal verbs which are intransitive, transitive separable and transitive inseparable. Transitive phrasal verbs have a direct object whereas intransitive phrasal objects do not.