TEFL Openings in Mexico

Date posted:2014-07-01 | Writer: HELP! Heslington Language Program | Email: [email protected]

HELP! Heslington Language Program was founded in 2003 in Tehuacan, Puebla, Mexico by Rachael Heslington and Teo Luna. We have regular opportunities for newly qualified TEFL certified teachers to experience a hands on teaching program that will help you develop the skills necessary to teach in any country and interact with people from all over the globe. Year-round programs:  January – April; May - August; August – December.

Job details:

Come fall in love with Mexico while teaching real-life English.

*25 hours teaching/week

*Monday - Friday

*Housing provided (utilities and rent paid by school)

*Wonderful staff and supportive administration

*Incredible students - close-knit, friendly environment

*Small classes (14 maximum)

*No Spanish required

*A once in a lifetime experience 


TEFL Certification, CELTA/DELTA, experience working in training or teaching.

How to apply:

Contact us at the email address given on the job heading for a full information packet and application.

HELP! Heslington Language Programs

2 Norte 1210




Tel: 01152 238 3846929

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.


Speaking and writing skills are to express himself. To teach those skill is quite technical, since,especially speaking, losing confident can deter his speaking language growth. As for writing, teachers tend not to spare time for it, since we believe \"learning language\" is mainly consisted of conversation. We have to underscore the importance of the skills, keep it in our mind during classes.This lesson discusses different types of assessments and evaluations, and it also gives details on how to effectively use assessments and evaluations in order to prepare students for using English outside of the classroom and for scoring highly on their external exams. Tests can also be used to help the teacher modify their lessons to target components that are not being understood by students.