Post teaching TEFL in Hong Kong

Date posted:2002-04-05 | Writer: Po Leung Kuk | Email: [email protected]

Po Leung Kuk (PLK), a charitable organization and the sponsoring body of 26 government-subvented primary school in Hong Kong is inviting high caliber native-speaking teachers to teach the subject English in their Chinese-medium schools.

a) a bachelor degree, preferably majoring in English language/linguistics/literature/studies or a modern language AND/OR
b) a recognized teacher training qualification (TEFL Dip incl), preferably in primary teaching and TEFLA/TESOL/CELTYL
Note: candidates without TEFLA/TESOL/CELTYL may be considered but they will be required to attend a course in Hong Kong leading to such a qualification within the first year of their employment at their own expense

monthly HK$16,095-38,695 (approx. US$2,055-4,941) + 15$ gratuity and Mandatory Provident Fund with passage and housing subsidy (see details of terms)

Application and information
Standard application forms, duties, terms of employment and further information can be obtained on website Contact us or by email [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.


This unit is an introduction to the course. It introduces some general terminology, gives the aim and objectives of the course, the mechanics of completing the course, outline of the course contents and gives general information on the prospects of employment in teaching English for business purposes. It makes clear that teaching business English does not require specialized knowledge of the businesses in which the students are working.This unit is all about reading and listening. Being able to understand language is an invaluable skill when trying to become fluent in a new language. Reading and listening can be just as important as speaking and writing. The unit gave various examples of various types of listening and reading and classified them accordingly. This unit gave great examples of how we all should listen and read in the classroom or I think just in general.