Teach English in The Philippines

Date posted:2011-02-14 | Writer: Winglish Phone, Inc. | Email: [email protected]

Winglish Phone's goal is to provide the best possible language learning opportunities to our customers by opening up a call center in the Philippines.

We not only aim at great customer satisfaction through the best possible service, but we are committed to providing great employment benefits.

WinglishPhone is located in Ortigas, Manila, a center of the BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) industry.

WinglishPhone's education center retains top tier teachers with generous benefit packages for them. Winglishphone boast of the finest facilities as it provides comfortable working environment for its employees.

We are committed to strengthening our teachers' ability to teach proficiently. To fulfill this, our management conducts research on text books, shares teaching methodologies and manages mentoring activities.

We are inviting people who are hoping to teach our students with Winglish's quality materials and to benefit from employee-oriented management.
Winglish Phone invites individuals who love teaching, passionate professional mindset and ability to teach, now.

We are looking for...

* American, Canadian, British, Australian, South African
* Male or Female
* Graduate of any course
* Can teach Korean students and has lots of patience
* Good communicator and can teach the English language
* Professional, with a strong work ethic
* Certifications TEFL, TESOL or equivalent is a plus factor

Benefits include:

* Maximum salary of USD 1,500 / month
* Paid Visa processing
* Paid Airfare
* Paid Board and Lodging
* Paid Leave Vacations


You can send your resumes to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Our contact number is (63) 02-7064160

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 unit has summarized the appropriate attitudes and the role a teacher should adopt while delivering a typical ESL lesson. I have learnt from this unit that smiling during teaching and also calling students by their names when chosen them to answer a question is a great way of getting them involved in the lesson. By miming students quickly recognize and gain confidence and courage to speak it out loud.In this unit we were able to view two different videos. The first video presented ineffective teaching techniques: the teacher was facing the board while speaking, he expected the students to understand the material, did not provide the students with any examples, and was very stern. The second video presented more effective teaching techniques: the teacher smiled and received feedback from his students.