TEFL in Pakistan.

Date posted:2006-01-26 | Writer: Australian Cultural Centre | Email: [email protected]

Our centre requires 3 Male English Language Teachers to fill positions that are commencing on March 1st. We NEED you here immediately!

The United Nations and World Bank have injected massive amounts of funds for the revitalization of the Pakistani Education System. It now needs to be implimented and we need Native Teachers of the English Language to do it.

Other positions for female and male will continue to be advertised through-out March, April and May, so please, send us your C.V. and our Human Resource Manager will contact you as soon as possible.

Our contracts include competitive salaries of 30,000RPS for the probabtional period of 12 weeks, (upon successful completion a salary of 40,000RPS will be awarded per month), year to year working visa, return airfares, (preference given to teachers already in Asia), food, transportation and amenities with favourable accommodations included in the upmarket district of D.H.A., Lahore, 'the Europe of Asia'

Lahore is one of Asia's greenest cities, so called, "The Europe of Asia" with it's international influences. Our teachers and international students enjoy greatly the opportunity of living in Lahore for a number of reasons. We will also have new centres opening in rural Pakistan, (including the Himalaya, Hunza and Swat Valley region).

Despite heresay, Pakistan is one of the friendliest and safest communities in the world. Testimony of this has been recently displayed during the ongoing earthquake relief efforts.

"Pakistan is one of the friendliest countries I have had the pleasure of visiting and I would recommend it as a safe travel destination for all people" - Australian Prime Minister, November, 2005

Come join us!

Please send your current C.V., first page copy of your passport or a current photograph.

Mr. Summer Nicks
Academic Coordinator

Mrs. Sonia Ahmad
Executive Director

Australian Cultural Centre
[email protected]

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.


It's important to recognize and be familiar with the many methodologies of teaching. Being able to recognize what works best, and modify the lesson or classroom activity is key. Learning the language levels; and understanding their importance is relevant when determining each student's skill level and reaching their full potential. I also learned about the Common European Framework and the levels that were established.Unit 14, Course books and lesson materials covered the use of printed course books, authentic materials and created materials. The pros and cons of course books are discussed as well as tips for choosing appropriate textbooks for students. Also covered is the use of authentic materials in the lesson to add more variety and motivate students. Created materials can help deepen a student's understanding of the lesson points.