Teaching English in Turkey

Date posted:2012-12-13 | Writer: AYKO Istanbul | Email: [email protected]

Do you want a rewarding career using your TEFL qualification to teach EFL at an International Company? AYKO Istanbul seeks instructors for its international teaching team. Candidates will:

· be a native level speaker of English,

· have professional maturity

· have cultural sensitivity

· have excellent organizational and communication skills

· have minimum nine months commitment to AYKO Istanbul

· be willing to teach adults, teenagers and children at all levels

· have an advantage ıf they have a degree in Law, Business or Medicine


If you want to be a part of professional teaching team, learn and practice our world renowned method, and teach the language with new materials, join us!


If interested, please send in the required documents specified below to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

1. Current resume

2. BA or BS diploma

3. TESOL, CELTA, TEFL or Teaching certificate

4. First two pages of your passport

5. Name, e-mail address and telephone number or skype name of your references. 


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.


The Unit1 of this Course was about ``Course Introduction``. It gave a concise overview of what to expect when studying the Course and what I`ll be able to achieve on the completion of all the Units. It talked about the aim and content of the Course, Common terminology associated with English teaching, as well as employment prospects for TEFL teachers. It also gave a deep meaning of Young learners.The modal auxiliary verbs part of the unit was very illuminating for me. I personally see my own relatives make mistakes concerning these even after decades of living in Canada so it was a great interest for me to study these. Even after the worksheet I still feel like I am struggling to distinguish between some of the RELATIVE CLAUSES and even passive VS active voices. I must review these further.