TEFL in Jalisco, Mexico

Date posted:2007-02-01 | Writer: International Cambridge Training Center | Email: [email protected]

Immediate opening for a dynamic, charismatic, and dedicated teacher!
I.C.T.C. in Cuidad Guzman, Jalisco, is looking for a qualified teacher available to start A.S.A.P.!
International Cambridge Training Center is a leader in its field with approximately 250 students and growing. We offer classes from kindergarten to adults, and encourage our teachers to employ communicative and dynamic methods. Due to unexpected growth we are now looking for one more teacher to join our dedicated team. Competitive salary and great working environment offered. Help with finding accommodations and settling-in also provided.
Ciudad Guzman is located in the South of Jalisco, in the middle of an eco-tourism paradise. We are surrounded by mountains, an hour away from Guadalajara, and one and a half hours away from the beautiful pacific coast beaches.

Interested teachers need to be native English speakers, and have completed a degree from an accredited University. A TEFL/CELTA/TESL certificate or prior teaching experience is required as well. Both are preferred, however. Experience abroad, preferably in Mexico, is also a plus.

Interested teachers please send cover letter and resume, (three pages maximum) to [email protected] . Please include date of birth, picture, and two professional references (with emails). All suitable applicants will be contacted by email in due course. Short listed applicants will be required to schedule a telephone interview, all costs covered by I.C.T.C. Successful applicants will be required to send conformation of their arrival date before being guaranteed the position. Serious applicants only please.

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.


All the links provided in this lesson seem like they would all be very effective and useful. I only opened some of each category but it seemed to me that they would indeed be very useful for both teachers and students. I had never thought of using a video recorder as a tool in the classroom, but it does seem like a great idea allowing the students to self correct and learn from their own experiences which is needed.In this unit we studied the different learning theories and how to incorporate them into our teaching. We also saw how a child's age can affect the learning process in order to take them into account when planning classes. It was a really interesting unit where we were explained why classes aimed at kids are structured in that way so that we can make future choices and be able to tailor them to our specific needs.