TEFL certified Teachers Needed in Chile

Date posted:2012-05-30 | Writer: Comunicorp | Email: [email protected]

Comunicorp is a Santiago-based language consulting firm with a multi-national clientele. We have openings in Santiago for TEFL certified teachers to start full-time or part time (hourly) in July and August of this year. We also have some positions in other parts of Chile.
We're particularly seeking teachers who:
    • are Native English speakers
    • have a CELTA, TESOL or TEFL certification or degree in ESL or Applied Linguistics
    • have a University degree
    • have a minimum of 1 year full-time classroom ESL experience, preferably with adults

Comunicorp offers:
    • work visa
    • Spanish-English course exchange program
    • travel stipend for getting around Santiago or for travelling outside of the city
    • travel bonus upon contract completion with full time contracts

If you would like further information about openings throughout the year, please send a resume to the e-mail address given on the job heading, including information about when you would be available for work, and for how long you would like to stay in Chile. Please do not contact us unless you have all the requisites mentioned above.
( phone: 56-2-234-1010)

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 covered the four past tenses. It was very similar to the previous unit that covered the four present tenses. I thought the comparison of the past tenses to their corresponding present tenses that had been covered before was very helpful. It's easier for me to remember if I think of what I've learned so far as the present versions of the four tense types as opposed to eight unrelated tenses.Past tense has a regular use in the classroom. I find the importance of the past tense when reviewing previous lessons and talk about any past activities, student need to know the past tense to communicate properly. This unit does elaborate past tense nicely for both teachers and learners. Usages and common error section increase the success rate. Task sheet was helpful for me and for my lesson plan.