Teachers Needed: Santiago, Chile

Date posted:2004-04-21 | Writer: Bridge-Linguatec | Email: [email protected]

We have over twenty years of experience in South America and are a leader in the countries where we're located in providing EFL to corporate Brazil, Argentina and Chile. Our students are business professionals who need English to advance and communicate with their colleagues and customers around the world.

If you'd like to participate in this program and have the experience of a lifetime in Santiago, Chile, then you should possess the following:

-TEFL or CELTA certificate (TEFL certificate should be 100 hours or more)
-Native English speaker (native-like proficiency)
-Willing to commit to a six-month to one-year contract
-Dynamic and outgoing personality
-Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree (any area)

Benefits include:
-Competitive wages or salaries
-Regular raises and performance-based merit increases
-Exchange instruction time for private Spanish classes
-Host families available
-Mature and dedicated student population
-Work visas
-Wonderful work environment

All qualified, interested parties should contact Catherine Amaro at the following e-mail address. Please indicate where you saw the ad.

Catherine Amaro
teache[email protected]

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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 contained information that I was definitely curious about. As someone who has goals to travel to different countries to teach English, there are all different types of students that I will encounter. In Japan, where I plan to begin teaching English, Business English is in high demand. Learning how to approach the needs of each type of student and understanding how they each vary will prove very helpful in future lessons.In this unit i have been studying troubleshooting and the methods and techniques usede to solve any problems the teacher may come across while teaching different groups or different levels of English, after thoroughly reading through the material in this unit i feel have a comprehensive understanding of the problems that the teacher can come across within the classroom and the best solutions and techniques to avoid these problems.