Regular Openings For TEFL Teachers in Yantai, China

Date posted:2010-12-02 | Writer: Best English Training | Email: [email protected]

Best English Training is “Yantai’s Leader for English Training.” We are a professional language-training center catering to students of all ages, abilities and needs, located 10 minutes walk from what many consider to be the nicest beach in China.. We are committed to offering enjoyable—but relevant—English courses tailored to the needs of our students. If you are a TEFL qualified teacher who is able to work on your own initiative or as part of a team you may be the person we are looking for. Benefits include an incentive scheme and paid holidays.

B.E.T. is located in the heart of the Kai Fa Qu (Special Economic Zone) in Yantai. We’re on the 9th floor of a 16-story high-rise, which is 10-minutes walk from what many consider “one of the nicest beaches in all of China.” A truly beautiful place to live and work while furthering yourself both personally and professionally.

“A company is only as good as the people it keeps.”

Interested candidates should be people who are able to work on their own initiative or as part of a team with the purpose of bringing a stable and productive working experience to our school. In addition, qualified candidates will have 2 of the following 3 requirements:

1. TESOL and/or TEFL certification
2. College Diploma
3. ESL classroom experience

Qualified candidates receive salary (5200 - 6000) for hours worked (25 hours maximum per week)! In addition to salary, individual housing or an allowance will be provided plus excellent incentives (i.e. salary increases, contract completion bonus, paid holidays, ROUND-TRIP AIRFARE, VISA and all other proper documentation.

Starting salary determined based upon experience.

Please contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading for more information or to apply.

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 entire unit feels mostly arbitrarily opinion based and not entirely relevant. Much of the information in this unit in particular seems to be advice that would be better learned with experience as each teacher is different and may often not follow this advice. However, it is a good general guideline about how to stay on track during a lesson and none of this is to mean that the information is useless.This unit discusses what is known in other grammars as the concepts of indirect discourse and of the concordance of tenses, in which past actions are described in a narrative in an appropriate way. Native speakers, after years of practice and through trial and error, have little problem structuring the events in time, but foreign learners will always find the \"miasma of the pluperfect\" to be difficult.