Earn your TEFL certificate in Prague, Czech Republic!


About the classroom TEFL course in Prague, Czech Republic:


Earn your TEFL certificate in Prague, and start teaching ESL in the Czech Republic right after the course ends!


Program length
Job assistance
26 days
$400 - $600 / mo.


About the location

Prague, Czech Republic

  • The TEFL course takes place in Prague, A.K.A., the Heart of Europe, which is known for its stunning, well-preserved architecture.
  • Prague is a popular tourist destination due to its history, architecture, and Czech beer.
  • Prague is a popular teaching destination, so you’re bound to find other foreign teachers outside of the course itself.
  • Earning your TEFL certificate in Prague will allow you to travel around Europe easily, as well as change local students’ lives!
Prague cityscape
Students in Prague

About the program

  • It’s a 3.5 week-long, 130-hour TEFL course.
  • Expect to be in class the majority of the day during the week (Monday-Friday).
  • Classes will be run with local students to ensure that you get the hang of teaching English to non-native speakers.
  • You’ll get to participate in 8 hours of observed teaching practice.
  • You’ll learn from excellent TEFL trainers who are ready to help you reach your full potential in the classroom.

Finding a TEFL job

  • Graduates receive full job placement assistance.
  • You’ll be able to speak with TEFL coordinators to figure out job details.
  • You will have free time on the weekends while taking the TEFL course, so you can get an idea of the area that you’d like to teach in after you complete the course.
  • The demand for English teachers in Prague is high, so finding a job should be no trouble at all.

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Books on desk in Prague

If you’re unsure about which date to choose, speak with a course advisor to learn more about the program and figure out when the best time to enroll is.

Prague TEFL course dates

March/April 2022

March 21 - April 15

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April/May 2022

April 25 - May 20

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May/June 2022

May 30 - June 24

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July 2022

July 4 - July 29

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August 2022

August 8 - September 2

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September 12 - October 7

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October 17 - November 11

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November 21 - December 16

November 21 - December 16

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$400 – Shared apartment
$600 – Studio apartment

We are able to arrange accommodation in hotels, hostels, and student dormitories within the greater city center, all of which are easily reached from our classrooms. Shared apartments start at $400 USD/room/month and studio apartments at $600 USD (including facilities and wifi).

The Prague TEFL center benefits from its connection with one of the biggest private language schools in Prague. A lot of its teachers including past graduates of the course offer rooms or flats to rent in the city center. They are happy to share their experience and insights.

Guaranteed job placement in Prague

*B.A. is not required for job placement support*

Job placement is guaranteed for candidates that earn an excellent pass (pass 1) in the TEFL course. For candidates that do not earn this, job support still offered but placement is not guaranteed.

Over 60% of pass 2 graduates get a job offer in the last week of their course. All graduates get a job within 2-3 weeks after the course.

The contracts you’ll get are for teaching within the Prague area. There are several schools to choose from, but they are all operated from one place in the center of Prague. The contract would be for a minimum of 6 months; however, our strategy is to re-employ teachers, so re-signing for longer is definitely possible. The average length of employment of English native speakers at our schools is two and a half years.

How much can a TEFL teacher earn in Prague?

Almost all schools in Prague calculate your pay based on the number of hours you taught that particular month. The hourly (60 mins) rate of a teacher fresh from their TEFL training is between CZK 240-270/60 mins (1 USD =24CZK). Full-time work position would be scheduled for 18-25 hours (60 mins)/week. Good schools offer salary guarantee as especially in-company clients can sometimes cancel their lessons. Once you become more experienced and specialized, you can earn significantly more. It is recommended to get a full-time job with a school for your first year and take on private students as well, who would pay better rates than any school, usually 350-400/60 mins, but tend to be less reliable with scheduling and can cancel a lot. You can get 500/60 mins or more for very specialized courses (Presentations in English, Job Interviews in English, English for Marketing, etc.).

About Prague- things to do and see

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and there are many things to see and do here. No matter what your interests are, there’s something for you in the Heart of Europe. Visit and explore the Old Town Square, watch the medieval astronomical clock strike an hour, take a walk across the Charles Bridge, visit the Jewish quarter, take in the magnificent Prague Castle, or stop by the St. Vitus Cathedral in your free time. These are some of the most popular spots to check out in Prague, but remember, once you’re in Europe, it’s quite easy and relatively cheap to bounce around from city to city and country to country – leaving you with a plethora of attractions to check off your bucket list.

The TEFL school is located 5 minutes from the historic center of Prague. There is a spacious teachers’ room, computers, printers, robust wifi, and a kitchenette with free tea, coffee, milk, and water. When your nerves require some sugar, there is an excellent café at the building.

Medieval clock in Prague
Prague on map

Course curriculum

The Prague TEFL center offers an internationally recognized TEFL certification — a balanced, 4-week intensive course combining a mix of theoretical and practical sessions.

The course aims to give new teachers sufficient training to become successful English language teachers in today’s competitive TEFL market.

The course has been designed by highly qualified instructors with international experience in General and Business English, and in creating tailor-made courses that reflect the specific needs of individual and corporate students, using the most modern teaching aids.

Module 1: Language Awareness – Outline

This module teaches the spoken and written English grammar that is essential for any teacher of EFL. Grammar is not the only important element in a language, however, any future EFL/ESL teacher should have a good grasp of language rules so they can help students improve and/or prepare for any possible international exams. The module also includes lessons on how to present practice materials in paper or electronic form for immediate use or for future reference.

Your written assignment for Module 1 is a final test of the studied grammar. To be successful in this test you will need to answer at least 90% of the exam correctly.

Module 2: Teaching Skills – Outline

Module 2 focuses on providing effective tools for ESL teachers to help students improve their communicative competence in the following basic skills: reading, listening, writing, and speaking. This module concentrates on each of the four skills separately because different methods, principles, and approaches should be used to present, reinforce, improve, and practice each skill. The most modern teaching methods are introduced. These include presentations using modern technology (Internet, iPad) and using motivating resources (films, music, YouTube, online platforms, etc.).

Your written assignments for this module involve creating four lesson plans, one for each of the skills. Each lesson plan will reflect the unique aspects of the skill being taught.

Module 3: Methodology

This module introduces the basic terminology related to teaching skills and then looks at teaching skills in more detail. This is followed by an introduction to teaching methods and the main components of classroom management that are crucial for language teachers, such as using your voice, giving instructions, seating arrangements, and using L1 in the different stages of a lesson. This module and Module 4 on Lesson Planning together make up the core of the Live TEFL training program.

Your assignment for this section includes a written test and an essay.

Module 4: Lesson Planning

Module 4 focuses on teaching you how to plan effective lessons. In this module, you will look at the roles of the teacher and students within the learning environment. You will have an opportunity to teach real students in a stimulating classroom environment. By the end of this module, successful trainees will be able to plan the different stages and the different types of lessons using a lesson planning template.

Your teaching performance will be assessed through assessment forms, self-assessment, and peer feedback. Each trainee will receive detailed feedback in a one-to-one session which will highlight their individual needs.

An hour-long session of observing senior teachers, followed by reflection, is scheduled during week 2.

The goal of Survival Czech is to help the trainees understand the situation that their potential students will be experiencing when studying a foreign language. As the TEFL training takes place in a foreign country, authentic total immersion provides an opportunity for all non-native trainees with no Czech language knowledge to experience language learning. Apart from the academic aspect, Survival Czech lessons also provide trainees with basic everyday vocabulary and phrases.

Each teaching practice is followed by an individual feedback session with the observer, where strengths, weaknesses, and further development tips are discussed. A mid-course assessment and, of course, the end of course assessment, are integral parts of the course. Trainees can schedule an optional feedback session with the Head Trainer at any time during the course.


What sort of support can I expect? Do you have a dedicated person to help me?

Our Prague TEFL coordinator Vendy gets in touch with you as soon as you are accepted to the program. She contacts new students upon acceptance to the course and makes sure you can focus on your studies. Vendy organizes student’s accommodation, airport pick up and Prague travel pass. You will also appreciate her help with setting up a bank account and prepaid card for your phone. Vendy is quite good at negotiating with your landlord-to-be if you decide to stay in Prague and need post-course accommodation. Any question or problem, Vendy is here to help.

I do not have a degree, is it a problem?

No. Applicants without a university degree must prove their academic competence during an interview to achieve a high standard of study. The interview also serves for checking the academic competencies of applicants – so if you do not have a degree, you can still be eligible. We will find out at the interview.

What is the visa support like?

We provide visa support to all students accepted to the Live TEFL Prague program. Students from EU countries (see the list here) do not need any visa to travel, study and work in the Czech Republic. Citizens of the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, and some other countries listed here can travel and study in the Schengen area including the Czech Republic for 180 days without a visa. The course takes 30 days, so there is no problem fitting into the official period. If you want to work in the Czech Republic after the course, we will arrange a long term working visa for you. This requires two trips to a neighboring country (Slovakia or Austria – 330 or 250 km from Prague) to apply for and collect the visa.

Citizens of other countries have to apply for a visa from their country of origin. We are happy to help with the application and the letter of invitation upon acceptance to the program and the booking fee payment.

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    What course alumni have to say

    Thank you for your wonderful guidelines on how to teach children English. I learned a great deal about all of the important fundamentals. I feel very prepared to teach English to a variety of types of learners. I feel confident in being able to help others to progress in learning English as I have progressed in learning to teach English. I would recommend this program to anyone interested in being a good TEFL teacher in another country or in your own respective country for that matter. Thank you!


    The experience was unique because it was something I’d never done before and I wasn’t too sure what I was getting myself into! Therefore this was a good opportunity to learn something new and see if it was for me. 


    The course was very informative, inspiring and insightful. It stimulated my intellect and shaped my role as an educator. I now have knowledge about classroom management. I gained vast knowledge about learning theories and how to incorporate the elements from different theories into my lesson plan.


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