Blended 180 Hour TEFL Course - Poland - Premier TEFL


  • 120 hour accredited online training
  • 65+ hours live teaching practice in Poland
  • City pick-up & transfers
  • Hotel accommodation
  • 3 meals per day
  • Half-day city tour
  • Personal tutor support
  • Internationally recognized certificate

120 Training Hours

65+ Teaching Hours

3 Month Study Time

Why take the 180 hour Blended TEFL Course?

The majority of TEFL employers, especially those who offer attractive teaching salaries, prefer to hire teachers with a minimum of 120 hours tuition.

Combining our self-paced online TEFL training with live teaching practice in central Europe with real students is what will set you apart from the TEFL job-hunting crowd.

As well as being fully accredited, our core 120 hours of online teacher training offers ultimate flexibility. Study whenever, wherever, on any device in any location. This 24/7 access means you’ll be free to fit your learning around your lifestyle, and not the other way around.

Blended TEFL Courses in Poland

This course is ideal for TEFL beginners; you don’t need any previous experience or be degree qualified. You will need to be a native English speaker with a passion for new adventures. Coordinated by teaching English professionals, this internationally recognized certificate trains you in all the fundamental skills you need to teach English as a second or foreign language.

Your week-long teaching practice as part of this qualification let’s you put into action everything you have learned to date, in a supported environment with beautiful surroundings. You’ll choose to teach English in Kraków, Poznan, Warsaw or Wrocław.

With a lifelong TEFL qualification, you’ll have your pick of thousands of teaching positions worldwide, and feel more than prepared to apply for jobs in dream destinations like China, Thailand, Vietnam, Colombia and Spain. Along with full support from our friendly team, you can be confident in choosing the best training opportunity for you.

Course Syllabus

The 120 hour course has been created to provide you with real, comprehensive knowledge of everything you need to become a confident, influential TEFL teacher. The 10 modules introduce you to the key elements of TEFL teaching, from the role of the teacher to understanding the main principles of teaching writing and speaking skills. The modules have been specifically coordinated to be engaging, accessible and intuitive, with real-life classroom examples and quizzes to review your learning.
  • Module 1: Introduction to TEFL
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • have greater awareness of how English is used as a global language today.
    • be aware of different English language learner motivations and needs.
    • know about historic and current ELT theories, methods and approaches and the influence these have had on current trends in ELT practices.
    • be familiar with learner levels and competencies, with reference to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

  • Module 2: The role of the teacher
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • have greater awareness of what is involved in being an effective ELT teacher.
    • learn a range of practical classroom management techniques.
    • learn and begin to develop a range of teaching techniques.
    • have greater awareness of how to adapt your teaching to cater for different teaching contexts.

  • Module 3: Organising and managing learning
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • have greater awareness of different lesson planning considerations.
    • understand the different aspects of lesson planning including setting lesson plan aims and considering your class profile.
    • be able to structure a detailed lesson plan using different lesson plan models for different lesson types.
    • have greater awareness of how to use a syllabus or timetable to structure a series of lessons.
    • have considered how to use a variety of materials and resources effectively.

  • Module 4: Teaching grammar
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • understand what is meant by the term ‘grammar’.
    • understand decisions made about which grammar to teach to certain learner levels.
    • understand arguments for and against the teaching grammar.
    • have reviewed historical approaches to teaching grammar and current trends.
    • have a better understanding of the English grammar system.
    • understand different approaches to presenting grammar.
    • be aware of accuracy-focused and fluency-focused ways of practising grammar.

  • Module 5: Teaching vocabulary
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • understand the importance of teaching vocabulary.
    • be better aware of what is involved in knowing a word and how words are learned and organised.
    • be better aware of different aspects of English vocabulary, including lexical chunks.
    • be aware of different ways of presenting vocabulary and lexical chunks.
    • be aware of different ways of practising vocabulary.
    • understand the importance of recording and recycling vocabulary.

  • Module 6: Teaching pronunciation
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • understand some of the challenges learners may face with English pronunciation.
    • have an understanding of how what is involved in producing sounds, words and longer utterances.
    • be aware of different phonological features.
    • be aware of different activities and techniques which can be used in class to teach and practice pronunciation.

  • Module 7: Teaching receptive skills
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • understand the difference between receptive and productive skills and what is involved in being an effective reader or listener.
    • understand the main principles of teaching reading and listening skills.
    • know how to stage a reading or listening comprehension activity.
    • understand the importance of extensive reading and listening outside class.

  • Module 8: Teaching productive skills
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • understand what is involved in being an effective writer or speaker.
    • understand the main principles of teaching writing and speaking skills.
    • know how to stage writing or speaking activities.
    • be familiar with a range of writing and speaking activities.

  • Module 9: Teaching English for different purposes
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • have reviewed the different reasons students are learning English today.
    • have a greater awareness of how to adapt your teaching to teach very young learners, young learners and teenagers.
    • be more aware of different English language examinations available and how to adapt your teaching to teach examination classes.
    • understand how to adapt your teaching to teach Business English and English for Specific Purposes.

  • Module 10: From course to classroom
    By the end of this module, you will:

    • be more aware of how to plan for your first teaching job.
    • be aware of how to build up a ‘tool kit’ of resources.
    • be better aware of how you can develop professionally.
    • be aware of different ways of improving your teaching.

Do you know what happens when you spend years helping first-time English teachers develop their skills?…You gather all the tricky grammar lessons in an ebook and publish it!

“The Survival Guide to English Grammar” is your 70-page portable & printable grammar resource, included when you book the 180 hour Blended TEFL Course.

You’ll learn all essential grammar components, usable examples and avoid classroom flusters.

Your English teaching adventure made simple. There’s no two ways about it, we love teaching English abroad! Passion for what we do at Premier TEFL is in abundance. Every. Single. Day.

And, from all of our combined experience, we know that embarking on a TEFL adventure is simply life-changing. We can’t wait to support you to get started…

Teacher Training in Poland

Our internationally recognized, fully accredited courses give you the ultimate flexibility to get TEFL qualified easily and enjoyably. You also benefit hugely from combining lessons delivered online with the invaluable experience of live teaching practice. With 24/7 access, you can fit your online learning around your job, university classes or any other commitments. The course is helpfully structured with session guides, tips, quick student tasks, class resources, reflective tasks and quizzes to ensure you’re comfortable with the material. To round off your training, you’ll complete your week-long teaching practice in Poland with adults or younger learners, choosing from a long list of year-round dates.


  • Native English speaker
  • Completed High School
  • Min 18 years old (juniors) or 21 years old (adult programs)
  • Good mental and physical health
  • Clean police record

What you need to organize

  • International flights: You’ll need return flights
  • Police check: Need to have police clearance
  • Budget: You’ll need spending money for additional travel or any excursions etc
  • Travel insurance: this is really important to have in place
  • Visa costs: if applicable

How it works

Before you go, you’ll have an application form to fill out and a video chat to check your suitability for the live teaching practice. Successful candidates are teaching real students so you must meet applicant requirements fully.

Getting there

All qualified applicants will fly into their designated airport where you’ll be picked up from the city center. Teaching locations include Kraków, Poznan, Warsaw and Wrocław.

With 7 European cities to choose from, this Course gives you an amazing start in an international TEFL career. See more locations in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania.

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