Positions in Turkey For TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2017-06-08 | Writer: Academy School of English | Email: [email protected]

Academy School of English, which has been working in the EFL field since 1985, is seeking EFL teachers foremployment beginning September 2017. We need well-qualified, energetic and committed EFL teachers whose mother tongue is English, and who are university graduates. Academy, which is the first language school approved by the Turkish Standards Institute, is a highly professional school and is very well known in the area.


Diyarbakir is a pleasant historical city which dates back to 3000 B.C. The city has a population of approximately 1,400,000 people, with a university population of 19,000 students. Academy is located in a choice residential area in the city centre.


$1000 - $1300 US dollars net monthly salary, depending on qualifications and experience.

Return airfare and fully-furnished accommodation on school premises provided.

Work and residence permit procedures undertaken and costs met.

Two-week paid leave upon completion of a one year contract.

National Social Security & Health coverage.

Excellent opportunity for professional development.


Applicants must have a degree and teaching qualification-TEFL, TESOL, CELTA or equivalent.


Applications with full chronological CV, recent photo, scanned copies of degree(s) and teaching certificate(s), identity pages of passport, telephone numbers or Skype names, if available and contact details of present and last two employers should be sent to the email address given on the job heading  with job reference for the attention of (Mr.) Kemal Sevinc

Job ref: EFL 2017/1

Skype: kemal-sevinc

Telephones: +90 412 224 22 99 – Mobile +90 532 643 34 34


Academy School of English,

Akkoyunlu Cad. No 6/C,

Diyarbakir, 21100


Only applicants with required documents and information will receive a prompt reply to their application.

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 chapter had less new information than the previous chapters for me. As in the other chapters, I'm finding the formatting to be helpful in learning the rules. I liked that there are \"equations\" for how to form different verb tenses (i.e. subject + had + past participle.) I also had not previously thought about the way that we use past perfect versus past perfect continuous before.This unit described the four tense types (simple, perfect, continuous and perfect continuous) and their applications to past tense verb conjugation. I learned when the specific tense types are used as it is a fairly nuanced set of situations. More so, I learned about when to use past simple as opposed to present perfect - I never realized that both are used in fairly similar situations.