Teaching English Online in Bali, Indonesia

Date posted:2017-02-22 | Writer: English First Bali | Email: [email protected]

English First Bali has current opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. Our online school is one of the many divisions of EF Education First – the world’s largest privately owned education company. Our online school delivers English courses to millions of adult students around the world using the latest technology. Here in Bali our teachers lead both group and private online classes, as well as correcting and providing feedback on students’ written tasks.


        12 month renewable contract

        Generous vacation leave

        Base salary + bonuses and incentives

        Health insurance

        Assistance with immigration and visas

        Full training and personal development

        Living in Bali! 


        Outgoing, vibrant and flexible

        Creative and able to lead engaging and interactive online lessons

        Comfortable with technology and the Internet

        TEFL certified or equivalent

        Hold a Degree dated 2010 or prior

        Between 25 – 50 years old (for immigration purposes)

        Hold an Australian/New Zealand/UK/USA/Canadian/Irish passport


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

•             Resume

Contact: Yoan

Skype: Bali Teaching

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.


Throughout this lesson, I learned more about the levels of learning the language and the how to structure your lessons in a way. This helped me develop a better understanding of English levels and how to progress in a classroom with content. This also helped me develop a better understanding of how students learn the language and what is important when creating or structuring your class.The reported speech could be quite difficult and confusing. The table where they say how the tenses change from direct to reported speech is very helpful. Learners need to know the tenses in order to understand the reported speech. In the grammar section I learned about the 5 different conditionals and which mistakes are frequently. The teaching ideas would be very helpful in a lesson.