Prague, the Perfect Place
to Live and Teach English


Check out the available dates for the full-fledged 4-week TEFL/TESOL teacher training course in Prague, Live TEFL. Apply now for your Live TEFL course and get an Early Bird discount. If you change your mind about the course dates, you will be able to change your booking later.

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Experience the vibrant life and culture of Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic! Prague is the heart of the old continent. Live here and the whole of Europe is at your fingertips. Living is relatively inexpensive, and there are wonderful sites, friendly people, great Czech cuisine.

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We offer a six-month, full time contract with salary guarantee for all trainees who finish their course with Pass 1. Teaching English in Prague for us at SPĚVÁČEK, one of the biggest Czech language schools, will make an excellent start to your TEFL career.

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Why Live TEFL Gives You a Headstart

  • Master teaching techniques for a wide portfolio of courses.
  • Learn how to use modern technology effectively to advance your teaching.
  • Course includes 8 to 10 hours of live teaching, with real students.
  • Build your job search skills and find a TEFL job in Prague or abroad.
  • Find out more about Live TEFL benefits.

Why Doing a TEFL/TESOL Course Really Makes a Difference

  • Qualify for an English teaching job in just 4 weeks!
  • Make huge progress in an intense and focused teacher training program.
  • Broaden your international experience and enhance your CV.
  • Boost your TEFL job chances in countries that always need English teachers.

Why TEFL/TESOL job in Prague is a win

  • People are hungry to learn English.
  • Many decent TEFL/TESOL jobs are available in Prague.
  • Language teachers are respected for their experience and skills.
  • Prague is a vibrant city in the heart of Europe, full of history and culture.

Introducing Live TEFL Prague

Live TEFL Prague is one of the leading TEFL schools in Prague. Enjoy your TEFL/TESOL course in Prague and get TEFL certified in just four weeks. Live TEFL Prague is a modern, new course and qualification for everyone wishing to become a successful TEFL Teacher. Do your TEFL Course in Czech Republic!

We are ideally located close to the historic centre of Prague. While you are studying at Live TEFL Prague you will also have the chance to enjoy the vibrant lifestyle and culture of this beautiful and fascinating historic city.

With Live TEFL Prague you will study with a team of experienced TEFL trainers who have lived and worked in many countries.  You will gain practical teaching experience with real students and discover how to teach using modern teaching methodology and the latest technology.

How does Live TEFL open up the world of Teaching English opportunities?

Teaching English abroad is a rewarding career and Live TEFL Prague gives you a headstart. By studying in the capital of the Czech Republic, you gain a taste of living abroad and have an opportunity to become familiar with the country before applying for work here. Many of our graduates have stayed in the Czech Republic, but Live TEFL Prague doesn’t only qualify you for teaching here. It opens up English teaching opportunities in many other countries and our TEFL graduates are currently working abroad in Asia and Europe, experiencing life in China, France, Greece ...

There is strong demand for English teachers internationally and most countries prefer teachers who hold a TEFL certificate. The certification guarantees that each student has a firm theoretical basis for their teaching and, because Live TEFL Prague includes a strong practical component, it also means that our graduates feel more confident and comfortable when they start their first paid English teaching job.

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