Teach EFL in New Zealand

Date posted:2009-12-03 | Writer: New Zealand School of Education | Email: [email protected]

If you have a passion for teaching and experience in the ESL/EFL industry, then this opportunity will excite you. This new role will be responsible for planning and presenting classes at our English Language School, a new division to compliment our successful Computing School. In addition to the fantastic work environment, we will provide you with a competitive salary plus bonus and parking.

A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US Established in 2003 New Zealand School of Education is one of the largest private training institutes in New Zealand delivering courses in ICT.  Due to outstanding growth and further expansion plans, we are now seeking an enthusiastic Senior ESOL Tutor.THE ROLECourse and material developmentPlan and present exciting classesHelp provide an appropriate language-learning environment for studentsParticipation in the growth and development of NZSEYOUR PROFILECambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA) or equivalent, such as TEFL / TESOL and/or the Cambridge Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults (DELTA) 4 years+ teaching experience and 1+ year in a Senior Teacher role – looking for the next step in your career Outstanding teaching skills and knowledge of different teaching methods and learning styles Leadership abilities A high degree of empathy for people from various backgrounds People, time, relationship and management skillsYOUR REWARDA competitive salaryQuarterly bonus based on outcomesCar parkGrowth potential with fantastic working atmosphereA very satisfying jobSend your CV today to the e-mail address given on the job heading and reference it: ‘Senior ESOL Tutor’Please note that only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.This role is only open to candidates who can legally work full time in New Zealand

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.


Unit 11 focuses on the receptive skills. It looks into ways to practice and include reading and listening skills in lessons. It breaks them down into the different ways we use them in daily life, and therefore into how we can make our lessons more effective when using texts and audio. The tips given in this unit will be useful when using receptive materials in class, and being able to make the most of them.This unit covered some essential information pertaining to employment and actual work as an EFL teacher. It talked about cultural issues one might face all over the world. It also covered finding and applying for a job overseas, and some of the things to consider and be aware of. It also spoke of further education and certifications, as well as provided lists of helpful web links and names of organizations.