Teach EFL in Cebu, Philippines

Date posted:2005-05-19 | Writer: Cebu Pacific International Language Services, Inc. | Email: [email protected]

Cebu Pacific International Language Services, Inc. (CPILS, INC.) is a pioneering and fast growing ESL/EFL center in Cebu, Philippines. We are looking for NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS to teach for full-time and with the following qualifications.

* Between 28-40 years old
* Must be an Australian, American, Canadian or British citizen
* Preferably a holder of Philippine resident visa
* Preferably with bachelor's degree or CELTA/TEFL/TESL certificate
* ESL teaching experience is an advantage
* Must be energetic, outgoing and creative
* Must be a good organizer and positive team member

All applicants must email their application letter with recent 2x2 picture, resume, certificate of employment or recommendation letter, copy of any teaching certificate to [email protected] or [email protected]

For applicants in the Philippines, please be prepared to present a one-hour demonstration teaching to a group of students.

For applicants currently outside of the Philippines, please submit a video of your teaching demo by post to:

Academic Director
Cebu Pacific International Language Services
Benedicto Building (formerly Harbor View Hotel)
M.J. Cuenco Avenue Cebu City, Philippines 6000

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.


This section was about the four basic skills related to learning. I learned that these skills are reading, listening, speaking, and writing. I learned that it is important to pair all these skills together to create an integrated lesson. There is no correct way to integrate the skills, but there are ways for it to be more successful. Examples of this are to peak the interest of students and have a variety of material topics.I learned the different methodologies of teaching a language. I learned in great depth about the \"Engage, Study, and Activate\" method of teaching. I learned many different techniques to help to effectively engage, teach, and correct students, without being overbearing. Lastly, I learned how to give good and encouraging feedback to the students without emphasizing their mistakes, and instead encouraging further improvement.