Opportunities For EFL Teachers Throughout UK

Date posted:2011-10-26 | Writer: EAC Language Centres Ltd | Email: [email protected]

EAC Language Centres Ltd will be accepting applications from qualified EFL teachers for our 2012 recruitment campaign from December 2011. During 2012, we look forward to welcoming around 13,000 students to our 20 centres, located nationwide. We are one of the UK's biggest and most successful vacation course operators for juniors in the UK. Teachers are responsible for delivering and preparing lessons for up to 30 hours per week to a variety of levels. We have a tried and tested syllabus that focuses on communication skills, using a range of in-house materials.

Our centres are located in London, Ashford, Buxton, Shrewsbury, Brighton, Eastbourne, York, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Leicester, Stafford, and Edinburgh. We use high quality venues for our centres - university campuses and schools - which have excellent facilities.

We pride ourselves on our competitive rates of pay and conditions. We believe in being honest about the lengths of contract we can offer and so we will only offer you the work we know we can give you at the time and in good faith. We place a high importance in providing references for staff to prospective employers on demand. We offer experience increments for qualified teachers. Staff accrue pro rata paid holiday throughout the term of their employment and will be paid for unspent holiday at the end of their contract. This is on top of the quoted salary - we don't believe in quoting it as part of the gross pay. You will have one full day off in seven.

All applicants must meet industry standard required qualification levels and as a minimum hold the following:
Degree plus recognised qualification in EFL teaching such as TESOL or equivalent.
Applicants without a degree but who hold a relevant EFL teaching qualification and experience may be considered. We welcome applications from newly qualified teachers.

Contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading for more information, and to apply.

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 helped me a lot to understand the technical aspects of English phonetics and phonology. Sound composition and articulation is something that many teachers may underestimate, especially when having lessons with non-native learners. I think proper pronunciation becomes a key factor when teaching to intermediate-advanced English learners, but it could be very complicated to grasp from beginners.This unit explains the two productive skills: speaking and writing. I learned how accuracy based activities are focused on producing correct language, whereas fluency activities focus on students experimenting and being creative with the language. Several examples of speaking and writing activities were provided, including controlled activities, guided activities, and creative communication activities.