Teach TEFL in Wales, Scotland and England

Date posted:2009-01-27 | Writer: EAC Language Centres (UK) Ltd | Email: [email protected]

Are you a TEFL qualified English language teacher? EAC Activity Camps are an established organisation, operating children's activity camps throughout the UK each year.

Each teacher is required to work 30 hours per week - 5 days per week, Monday to Friday. Your duties during this time will vary according to which programme the centre is running on – Zigzag or Non-Zigzag:

Zigzag Programme – Morning and Afternoon Teaching

30 hours per week teaching – may include testing and induction of students

Days of Work on a ZigZag programme:

Teaching days are usually Monday to Friday.

Non-Zigzag Programme – Morning Teaching Only plus activities

15 hours per week teaching – may include testing and induction of students
15 hours per week allocated for the supervision of daytime or evening activities, participation in and supervision of excursions and supervising the transfer of students to and from the airport.

Days of Work on a non-zigzag programme

Teaching duties will usually (but not always) be between Monday to Friday. Excursions take place at weekends and teachers will be offered the opportunity to earn extra money by assisting with these excursions as required.

Degree PLUS CELTA, Cert TESOL or equivalent.
Please not EAC do not consider weekend TEFL courses as acceptable qualifications.

To apply, contact us via the e-mail address given on the job heading page.

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.


Unit 3 provided information regarding different techniques for teaching a language, as well as to how to structure lessons. I found this unit to be absolutely crucial, because I had no idea that there were so many different combinations of methodology and structure. It was particularly helpful that the unit provided examples as to sample class activities and worksheets, which helped spark some ideas of my own.This unit provided many helpful examples on ways a teacher can improve the speaking and writing skills of the student. As have been my experience in the classroom, often times writing activities will leave the room too silent, which can give the impression that the class is not being productive. The writing examples given are fun and effective and leaves room for interaction between students and teacher alike.