Homestay TEFL in Australia

Date posted:2009-06-16 | Writer: Australiaenglish | Email: [email protected]

Enjoy the benefits of working from home!Our Institute requires qualified native Australian ESL teachers to host and teach students one to one in their own home in Brisbane and Sydney.  

We are particularly interested in hearing from enthusiastic, welcoming and motivated teachers who can offer private tuition and homestay accommodation at various times throughout the year.  Courses vary in length and teachers are required to teach 12.5 - 30 hours per week.  

We offer flexible working arrangements and excellent rates of pay, together with the opportunity to work for a friendly and supportive organization.

Applicants must have a degree plus a TESOL /TEFL qualification.  Experience in academic English and/or Business English would be highly regarded.

Please send covering letter and resume to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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 4th chapter of the TEFL course focuses on the past tenses used in English language. There are four past tenses who are all used in different context. Using the wrong past tense changes the meaning of the sentence. It is therefore important to master all of them and to know when to use them. As though ITTT has had the good idea of adding some practical \"games\" that will be of great use for the students.I have learnt really usefull information about reported speech and direct speech in this unit. I have known that students make mistakes or errors in the reported speech time experssions. ı have learnt about all kinds of teaching ideas about conditionals and Reported speech. ı have noted a number of changes, when the reporter uses a reporting verb in the past.So I can expain the reported speech fluently.