Position Teaching TEFL in Cusco, Peru

Date posted:2009-07-20 | Writer: PET | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for native English speaking TEFL teachers  who are available until the beginning of December 2009 to teach in Cusco and the Sacred Valley.

We are looking for teachers who: - HAVE SOME EXPERIENCE teaching low-level group classes. - Speak decent Spanish- not perfect but upper intermediate. - Will be around until December. - Are professional- meaning they arrive ON TIME in nice clothes and use the full class time to teach. - Are dedicated to helping students achieve their goals.

We are not looking for teachers who: - Just want to make some money while travelling and teaching English seems easy. - Will repeatedly take time off to travel to other parts of Peru or beyond. - Are unprofessional and don’t take working seriously. - Have never taught English before.

Please send us an email detailing why you are in Peru, what you are doing, your experience teaching English and your availability.

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.


For some reason, this portion made more sense to me than the present tense unit, but I'm just glad I was able to focus more and feel more confident in taking the test, even though the unit still holds a ton of content. I don't have much to reflect on, because this all made sense to me; all I had to study was the reasons for using the tenses and how I could get students to activate these new grammar skills.Unit 1 discusses briefly about teaching young learners in general. In the first parts it talks about how to use the materials as well as how to complete the course. I have learned that there are many opportunities in this field, especially in Vietnam where I come from. I have also learned about what I will be studying in the next units, including course design, teaching techniques, and class management tips.