Teach EFL in Turkey - Ankara

Date posted:2004-09-01 | Writer: The Turco-British Association | Email: [email protected]

With an average number of 850 mostly young adult students and approximately 30 teachers
at any given time, the TBA is one of the largest foreign language teaching institutions
in Turkey, and is located in its own attractive 10-storey premises in central Ankara.

The Turco-British Association (TBA), was 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. 

* 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 holidays
* 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 24 contact teaching hrs. – one contact hour is 45 min.- with 3 hrs. per week
on other ELT activities e.g. supplementary materials development. 

* 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]
Fax: + 90 312 418 54 04
Phone: + 90 312 419 18 44
Address: The Turco-British Association
Bestekar Sokak No: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.


every teacher develops his/her own style of teaching, some prefer to swear by course books and follow it to the tee, while others abide by using authentic or created materials specifically designed to suit each class/group. both the choices have their own pros and cons and it depends entirely on a teacher to choose what is best for the class. This chapter explains such materials in detail, giving examples and ideas for teaching.I really enjoy and learn alot from how these units are written and set up. I was able to learn a clear explanation of each of the present tenses. Learning it this way has given me a greater understanding in a way that makes it easier to explain to others. I always have just known the tense but probably could of never explained it well before this. So I was able to learn it in a fresh new way that I could teach in the future.