Teach EFL in Turkey - Ankara (2)

Date posted:2006-05-23 | Writer: The Turco-British Association | Email: [email protected]

The Turco-British Association (TBA), founded in 1951 as a non-profit making and non-profit sharing cultural centre with the aim of strengthening and promoting existing cultural ties and friendship between Turkey and the United Kingdom, is seeking suitably qualified native-speaker EFL teachers.

Located in its own attractive 10-storey premises in central Ankara with an average number of 850 mostly adult students and approximately 30 teachers at any given time, the TBA is one of the largest foreign language teaching institutions in Turkey and since February 2005 has been a University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations sub-centre.

The TBA's General English programme covers all levels, in classes averaging
12-14 students, with particular emphasis placed on advanced levels.
In addition, in order to cater for the differing needs of students, the TBA offers focused courses in areas such as Business English and the following Exam Preparation courses; BECs, FCE CAE, CPE, IELTS, TOEIC and TOEFL.

* Monthly net salary on a rising scale from $ 850 to $1100, depending on
qualifications and years of experience
* Fully-furnished accommodation -shared-, paid utilities i.e. gas, water,
electricity; close proximity to school, approximately a 5-minute walk
* Assistance with travel costs at the beginning and end of a 2-year contract
* Four weeks' paid annual leave + Christmas holiday + national Turkish
* Settling-in bonus
* Private medical insurance
* Turkish National Social Security coverage
* Residence and work permit procedures undertaken and costs met
* Commitment to professional development

Contracts are for 108 contact hours per term - one contact hour is 45 min.-
One academic year consists of 12 four weekly terms.

* Applicants must have a degree and an EFL qualification
* Strong interest in professional development and maintaining the high
standards of a distinguished institution
* Experience desirable but not essential

Please send a full CV (with personal details, educational background, qualifications, previous experience, reference details and a passport-sized photo) together with photocopies of your degrees, diplomas and your passport.

E-mail: [email protected]
Web: Contact us
Tel: + 90 312 419 18 44
Fax: + 90 312 418 54 04
Address: The Turco-British Association
Bestekar Sokak 32,
06680 Kavakl dere


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 covered the productive skills of speaking and writing. As an older person my experience of language learning was devoted to writing. This was the way language was taught in schools in the fifties and sixties. I can see the problems associated with too much writing and very little speaking and so I have benefited greatly from the information in this unit. The unit gives a balanced approach to both these skills.This unit is about evaluations and examinations; the types of examinations and the importance of evaluation. Evaluation and testing is a great method to see the students' level of english, where they require assistance the most and also the progress of their learning experience. It greatly benefits both the teacher and the students. However, there are some teachers who don't believe that formal testing is a good method.