TEFL Vacancy in Japan (2)

Date posted:2015-02-09 | Writer: Prime Teachers International | Email: [email protected]

Prime Teachers is now recruiting EFL teachers to work in Tokyo, Chiba, Kanagawa and Saitama! Japan is a country like no other with a multifaceted culture, influenced by both the western world and old Japanese traditions dating back thousands of years. Experience the celebrated cuisine and the world famous culture for yourself by making Japan the next destination on your world tour!

Successful candidates will be teaching children between the ages of 4 and 10; our client’s mission is to nurture children in a comfortable English-speaking environment where they speak and listen to the English language in a natural way. Teachers receive comprehensive initial training on full pay along with additional training when required.

Essential Criteria (to apply for the positions you MUST meet the client’s following requirements):

Essential:

• Native level English Speaker

• Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline

• Have a passion and enthusiasm to teach children

• The ability to work as part of a team

Desired:

• TEFL certificate/teacher’s license

• Some teaching experience

Package:

• Salary of ¥250,000 per month

• Assistance finding accommodation provided

• Transportation allowance

• Social insurance plan (including health insurance)

• Generous holiday allowance

• Bonus provided

Start Date:

Various through to September 2015

To apply:

Please email a copy of your CV quoting "REF- Japan" to the address given on the job heading.  

 

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.

 

I personally enjoyed this unit very much. it is nice to learn of the nuances of conditional statements and the correct forms of reported speech. As a native english speaker, it's amazing to see how much is passively learned as a child. Although, to be quite honest a non native english speaker would be able to communicate well enough, even without mastery of these advanced details in English.This first unit presented an overview of the entire course, including the main topics that will be covered in each unit. I learned what I can expect to learn from completing this course. How the course worked was also covered as well as the objectives of the course. I learned a lot of terminology that is frequently used in the field. I also learned about my future job prospects in the field.

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