Immediate Opportunity For EFL Teachers in China

Date posted:2016-10-27 | Writer: VPEA | Email: [email protected]

Vancouver Public Education Alliance, (VPEA), is a Canadian company that was established years ago in Victoria, Canada. After more than 10 years of fast expansion, the company now has more than 300 employees across the whole of China, with branches in Shanghai, Beijing, Chongqing, Ha-er-Bin, and Shan-Dong. Due to high demand in finding experienced and qualified foreign EFL teachers, we have immediate opportunities in kindergartens, high schools, and universities. Please state your preference when applying to us.


•            Renewable contract with monthly salary starting from 13K RMB/month and up to 20K RMB, depending on qualification and experience.

•            summer and winter holiday, national holiday

•            sponsored, well-located and furnished individual accommodation within walking distance of the school in big cities

•             Return airfare per school year

•             Medical insurance allowance

•             Working visa, foreign expert certificate/Residence permit

•             Orientation

•             Opportunities to learn Chinese culture


•             Bachelor's Degree of any field, 2 years of full time working experience in the education industry is highly regarded

•             Native level English speaker, preferably TEFL or TESOL certified

•             Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, instruct and evaluate learning activities at the secondary level

•             An interest in living and working in a different culture


Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading:

•             Resume

•             University graduation diploma, with TEFL/TESOL certificate

•             Copy of passport first page

Contact: Jeff.zhou

Telephone: 86-18721804301

Skype: A4jeff

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.


Pronunciation and Phonology is definitely one of those sections that we find the most difficult when teaching and learning a language. I found this section very interesting and hope I have a good understanding of how to teach it in the classroom. This has given me a better understanding of the rhythm, context, sound and dialogue of a sentence and how to acknowledge the meaning behind it.I have understood the different types of tests that evaluate the students overall performance. i find this important because it allows me to reflect and learn where they are at, in which i can give valuable feedback that will aid their learning experience. It is good to acknowledge what the students know so you can specialise in specify parts of the subjects that they may find difficult.