EFL Teacher Needed in British Columbia, Canada

Date posted:2011-05-17 | Writer: EPIC Canada English Training Corp | Email: [email protected]

EPIC Canada English Training Corporation is looking for a TEFL qualified English teacher to teach ESL as part of a homestay and afterschool program in White Rock B.C. for students from South Korea. We are looking for highly skilled, motivated, versatile, dependable, and dynamic individuals who have strong communication skills and who can teach TOEFL to students as well as ESL to K-12 students at a variety of levels.Candidates must have:* At least two years work experience* Bachelor's degree or Certificate in teaching ESL from a TESL Canada approved  program.* A valid driver's license and reliable transportationAbout the Position:* This is initially a part-time position offering 3-10 hrs/wk. to begin with* Work hours: after school hours (2:30 pm ~ 7:30 pm)* Consideration will be given to those with teaching experience in South Korea* Salary will be dependant on experiences and skillsTo Apply:* Please email all applications to the e-mail address given on the job heading.* Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview

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.


Each type of test serves different purpose and this unit gives a good overview on the tests. The result of evaluation and test allows the teacher to choose a better teaching method or material based on the need of students. Apart from that, the information given for general external examinations show several options for students who want to further their study or work in any English speaking country in future.These videos were super enlightening. It was incredible to see the difference between the atmosphere of the two classes, with the same exact people. Simply by coming into the room and setting a great impression with a smile, and introducing himself and asking for the students' names, he radically changed the environment of the classroom into something that is warm, inviting, and a good atmosphere for learning.