Position Teaching English in Sydney, Australia

Date posted:2016-01-05 | Writer: English Language Company | Email: [email protected]

English Language Company (ELC) is an award-winning English school in the centre of Sydney city. Our students are adult learners from over 30 countries. ELC is a well-established school with a reputation for excellence. We are looking for great EFL teachers to join our team from January 2016 onwards. Applicants must be eligible for a working holiday visa to Australia, or hold Australian residency. Preferred qualifications: Bachelors degree together with TESOL, TEFL or CELTA. Native level English speaker with at least 1 years teaching experience preferred.


Must be Australian or eligible for a working holiday visa to Australia (under 30 years upon arrival in Australia and certain nationalities only - please check prior to applying. Only eligible applicants will receive a response.)


Salary according to step (based on qualifications and experience)

Excellent professional development program

Support to find accommodation & orientation for working holiday teachers

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

English Language Company

495, Kent Street


NSW 2000


Tel: +61 2 9267 5688

Fax: +61 2 9267 5822  

Contact person: Lyn Scott, Academic Director



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.


In this lesson of the past tense, breaking down the detail the regular past simple tense by adding \"ed\" or \"d\" and the irregular past simple tense where the whole word changes. Show the meaning of have, had, have been, and was is in uses of the past tense in the sentences explaining when it proper of using those words in the past tense. Also, how some words have \"ing\" in past tense.In this unit, I have learned the importance of lesson planning and the benefits that come along with it. Some of the benefits of lesson planning are, helps you keep a record, helps keep you on target, works as an aid to planning lessons. An important thing to remember when lesson planning is to keep it flexible, make sure the activities flow together and try to anticipate possible problems.