Teach English in Czech Republic
Would you like to teach English in the Czech Republic? We can guess why.
Nestled into the centre of Europe, the Czech Republic is a country which has soaked up influence from its four bordering countries, all the while retaining a cultural character seldom found in other European countries. Famed for its jewel capital Prague, there are other hidden gems to be discovered in this vibrant country.
Its lands are covered in mountains and castles, a match made in aesthetic heaven! Ice hockey is the most popular sport of this land-locked country, but beer-guzzling is saved for post-game sessions.
Teaching in the Czech Republic will allow you to live with 20 other TEFL teachers and 20 Czech students. English is in high demand, with the Czech economy attracting international business players and millions of tourists per year. Don´t be surprised if you choose to live, work or travel in this enchanting country for longer than expected.
Dedicate anywhere from 1 – 3 weeks to teach English in Czech Republic this year, and you won´t regret it. Our 120 hours of advanced TEFL training plus 30 hours teaching business English will prepare you to dive into a one-of-a-kind experience.
TEFL Scholarship Requirements
- Native English speaker
- High School diploma or higher
- TEFL qualification (120 hours included)
- Min 18 years old (juniors) or 25 years old (adult programs)
- Enthusiastic, driven, open to meeting new people and experiencing new cultures
- Flexible, hardworking and mature
- Good mental and physical health
- Clean police record
Who will you be teaching?
After arrival lunch and your city tour, complete with views that include castles and châteaux from different historical periods, and world-famous red roof homes, you’ll grab the group transfer to your countryside resort location.
Joined by native English speakers from around the globe you’ll be guided through the cultural do’s and don’ts plus mingle with fellow teachers; all in preparation to be paired with 20 eager English learners.
Expect to teach for up around 70 hours talk time each week, focusing on improved conversational language skills in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
Enjoying a varied schedule of one-to-one and group activities, you’ll practice your English teaching know-how gained during your 120 hour Advanced TEFL Course.
Take full advantage of the picturesque surroundings and bring your lessons outside. Take a walk, sit by the pool and soak up everything that the Czech Republic has to offer.
Enjoying a varied schedule of one-to-one and group activities, you’ll practice your English teaching know-how gained during your 120-hour Advanced TEFL Course.
All qualified applicants will fly to either Brno–Tuřany, Leoš Janáček Airport Ostrava, or Václav Havel Airport Prague and make their way to the meeting point. Information will be provided about the best ways to arrive, joining your group for the city tour and welcome lunch.
What you need to organise?
- International flights
- Police check: clean police background check for children, family & junior programmes
- If you decide to arrive in the Czech Republic early, you’ll need to bring money with you to cover this
- Accommodation for Saturday night before the program starts
- Travel insurance: we never travel without it, you’ll be covered
- Visa costs: country dependent
What makes this the ULTIMATE TEFL experience?
Join this 7-day all-inclusive programme in the Czech Republic where you’ll speak English to adults and children ranging from children of 8 years up to adults of any age. If you like listening to stories or are a bit of storyteller yourself, then this programme is for you.
The programme is a superb way to gain valuable teaching practise because you receive a combined certificate of at least 220 hours of TEFL qualification.
This is the ultimate teaching experience that you have been looking for and will kick start your career of travel and teaching, while at the same time making lifelong friends and companions around the world.
TEFL Training Included
Group Size up to 20
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