Employment teaching English in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Date posted:2006-01-18 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected]

EF English First, a leader in language education, is recruiting qualified EFL teachers for positions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The positions start in February.

With 40 years' experience in language education, EF English First offers comprehensive teacher induction and career development and opportunities to transfer within its network of 200 English language schools operating in 16 countries.

Career-minded TEFL teachers can take advantage of a clear career path rising to Director of Studies and beyond, while taking advantage of EF's online training programs and achieving one of TEFL's most respected qualifications - the LTCL Diploma TESOL.

Candidates must have: o A recognized TEFL certificate (minimum four weeks including observed, practice teaching) or a minimum of one year, full-time experience in a program similar to ours - integrated skills courses to groups ranging from children to adults. o 26+ years of age o BA degree from an accredited university or college (required by immigration law)

For more information or to apply for a teaching position with EF English First please contact Melanie Barton via email [email protected]

Due to the large number of candidates interested in working with EF English First, only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

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.


In this unit, I learned about different materials available for teaching English to young learners. I am thankful to be given a list of web sites and other resources to use in teaching young learners. I also learned some about how to use a course book while at the same time being careful to tailor lessons to my particular class. This seems like it would be a hard balance, but I am sure with practice it will become easier.Unit 2 provides information about the working environment, and what we as teachers should consider, and look for. To do this we are given an overview of teachers, and students, along with some of the challenges we may encounter. The unit looks at teaching one to one, classes as well as traditional multi-student classes. In addition, unit two offers some insight into historic teaching methods, along with the ESA method.