Teach EFL in Australia

Date posted:2012-09-06 | Writer: Impact English College | Email: [email protected]

Impact English College currently has an ongoing casual TEFL position available. The emergency teacher database is also being updated. In both cases applicants will be required to teach a variety of ELICOS courses to adult international students.

Teachers with proven experience in ESL teaching (General English, IELTS/EAP, Business English, FCE and CAE) are invited to apply for emergency teaching positions on call starting immediately and in the near future. The ongoing casual position will require Business English and General English 
experience and will entail 4 contact teaching hours per day, equating to 20 hours per week . 

Applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and TESOL /TEFL Certificate. Experience in teaching English as a Second Language at a recognised ELICOS college is highly desirable, as is experience teaching academic English and the flexibility to teach mornings or afternoons. 

Please send applications via email, including CV with references to the Director of Studies, Cameron Winton, at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

620 Bourke Street  
VIC 3000
(03)9670 2840
To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa.

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 focused on different teaching methods and techniques. This lesson has taught me that there is no one particular method that works for all situations; therefore, it is better to combine two or more methods in order to keep the students interested. Also, I have learnt that there is a difference between mistakes and errors and that praising a student is more crucial than correcting a student.It's quite important to recognize parts of speech because they show us how the words relate to each other. It is especially important for non-native learner of English to know the parts of speech in order to learn their functions. The point is to breakdown into accessible parts that can be reassembled. English is very difficult to learn to read and write without the head start that grammar gives us.