TEFL in Australia - Perth

Date posted:2006-10-02 | Writer: Milner International College of English | Email: [email protected]


We are looking for 2 EFL teachers to work at Milner International College of English and Perth International College of English in Perth, Western Australia.
These are temporary positions for a minimum of three months, maximum six months.

Why join us? Experienced and friendly EFL institution. Established in 1984. Our students are a good mix of nationalities, on average half the students come from Europe and half from Asia.
Start dates October/November 2006

Why come to Perth? 8 hours of clear sunshine per day. Average 25 degrees. Uncrowded beaches. Cheaper than Sydney

We welcome applications from experienced teachers visiting or planning to visit Australia on Working Holiday visas or with permission to work in Australia.

Applicants must meet each of the following minimum requirements:

- native English speaker
- degree-qualified
- CELTA or equivalent or Trinity College Cert. TESOL
- two-years' ESOL experience, or an A or B CELTA grade
- permission to work in Australia (including Working Holiday visas)
- Australian government regulations require you to be under 31 years old for a Working Holiday visa


Applications not short-listed will not be acknowledged or responded to.

Salaries (taxable) range from AUD$31 to AUD$34 per hour according to qualifications and experience for 25 contact hours per week.

To apply send cv (marked Australia)to [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.


This lesson plan help me understand exactly what you need to plan a lesson for the classroom. It brings together the other lessons of how you construct the class and gave you the tools to plan it. The importance of knowing what is important to plan and what you leave to the class is nice to know. I enjoyed the task worksheets at the end as well as it is great to get real world examples of the worksheets for students.It was clear from the beginning of the second lesson that the teacher was just having a bad day. He did not smile, and just seemed generally unhappy to be in the classroom. As a result, the students were very hesitant to ask questions for fear of the repercussions. I would say that, above all else, the teacher's attitude toward the upcoming lesson is probably the biggest influence on the overall success of the class.