Energetic Teacher Wanted to Teach EFL in Santiago, Chile

Date posted:2005-07-01 | Writer: Curtis Language Consulting | Email: [email protected]

Santiago de Chile needs teachers!

We're now looking for teachers ready to start as soon as possible.

Curtis Language Consulting is a private, American-owned English institute with over seven years of experience in Santiago. We cater to adult students, and our classes take place both at the institute and in-company. We are located in Santiago's business and commercial district, right on a Metro line.

We need teachers who:  ·  Are native speakers  ·  Have TEFL, TESOL, or equivalent qualifications  ·  Have at least one year of English teaching experience  ·  Have a University degree  ·  Are dynamic, flexible, and love teaching!

If you don't have your TEFL certificate yet, we have an in-house Teacher Training program you can take to get certified!

We offer:  ·  The opportunity to teach in top Chilean and international companies  ·  Sponsorship of your work visa  ·  Help finding housing and getting oriented  ·  Course materials, resources, and access to internet, photocopier, and printer  ·  Approximately 20 hours of class per week  ·  A competitive hourly wage  ·  Everything we can do to facilitate your success!

Santiago is a bustling, evolving city of contrasts in the midst of great economic growth. It may seem to be changing every day, but it remains Latin American at heart!

Come join us and make your South America dream a reality!

Send your resume and cover letter to: Ms. Laura Superneau Assistant Academic Director [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.


In this unit I learned about future tenses. Specifically, I learned about the future simple, the future perfect, the future continuous, the future perfect continuous, be going plus infinitive and we also reviewed the present simple and the present continuous. For each tense, I learned about the usages, the format and common mistakes. I also learned some activities that I could use in a classroom to teach students each tense.Beside from the books, numerous other teaching aids can be employed to make the lesson more interesting, interactive and, ultimately, effective. Depending on the facilities, a teacher can find different teaching equipment. This unit offered an overview on how to use these aids at the teachers' advantage. The teachers' aim should be to make the lesson as various as possible by using the equipment to maximise pupils' learning.