Immediate TEFL Vacancies in Australia

Date posted:2015-11-16 | Writer: Hawthorn-Melbourne | Email: [email protected]

Hawthorn-Melbourne has experienced exceptional growth in the University of Melbourne Bridging Program (UMELBP), and is currently recruiting high-calibre TEFL professionals for the (southern) summer peak season, from now until 5 February.  Preference will be given to teachers with appropriate English for Academic Purposes experience, or related relevant experience with IELTS and other pathway preparation courses. Teachers with High School qualifications and experience are also sought.

Established in 1986, Hawthorn-Melbourne has been providing students with high quality English language training for 29 years. We are located in a peaceful residential suburb called Hawthorn. Our centre is surrounded by nature, yet with shops, cafes, banks, sporting facilities and parks all within easy reach.

QUALIFICATIONS:

- First degree

- TESOL / TEFL / CELTA or equivalent

- 2 years' relevant experience

- Work authorisation for Australia

- Delta or equivalent highly advantageous

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

- Highly competitive salary and conditions as determined by the Hawthorn Learning Pty Ltd 2015 Enterprise Agreement.

- Assistance with relocation.

- Strong professional development program.

- Opportunities for further work for outstanding professionals.

TO APPLY:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

442, Auburn Road

Hawthorn

Victoria 3122

Australia 

Tel: +61 3 9815 4000

 

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.

 

I found this unit to be the clearest of the tense units. I really enjoyed learning about future tenses and feel that I have got my head around the differences and similarities shown in this unit. Just because I found this the easiest of the tense lessons to understand does not mean that the students will though. This is something that I will have to keep in mind when teaching this material.This unit covered the four main forms of the past tense and gave examples of usage, common mistakes and ideas for learning activities. Again, I found that I struggled a bit more to grasp the main grammar points than I wanted or expected; specifically, the difference in usages between past perfect and past perfect continuous. I will certainly need to practice these more, but I am optimistic.


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