Opportunities in Chile For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-10-09 | Writer: eClass | Email: [email protected]

eClass is searching for the best EFL Teachers in Antofagasta to join our team! Classes will take place in Mejillones and Sierra Gorda. Earn over 1,000,000 CLP (gross) for three back-to-back classes, three times per week.

We offer classes to adults in their workplace, with classes once or twice a week. eClass is an established, professional company with large clients like Nestle, Coca-Cola, Banco de Chile, LAN, Copec, Adidas, etc., as well as private 1-on-1 classes. All class materials are provided and a full teacher support team offers ongoing assistance and professional TEFL development opportunities. We take our teachers seriously and try our best to provide a community of learning where everyone feels supported to share their existing skills and develop new ones!


- Native speakers: English teaching certification or degree in teaching English or related field

- Non-native speakers: Degree in English teaching, Level C1 or equivalent

- 1 yr teaching experience

-Desire to be a part of a community of learning 


If you are interested, and meet the requirements shown above, send your CV to eClass English Recruitment at the email address given on the job heading.

We look forward to hearing from you!


Carmencita 20,

of 104 Las Condes,



TEL: +56 2295 08900

       +56 2295 09350

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.


It is important to learn that reading, listening, speaking and writing are all equally important. I think a lot of people get taught that speaking is the most important which I would argue but I can understand now that they are all equally important. It is good to have to think about what could be the engage phase, study phase and activity phase for a reading and listening exercise.The existence or non-existence of the various tenses in languages explains some of the typical errors people make when learning a second language. Learning the rules can help learners make logical sense out of a new language, as it helps one understand overall structure. However, practice and repetition, through interesting activities would seem to be the way to solidify learning.