Position teaching English in Taiwan

Date posted:2003-12-09 | Writer: AAC | Email: [email protected]

Teach English in Taiwan at one of our Catholic, Bushiban, or Goverment recognised schools.

The position offers:

* Airfare subsidy
* Health insurance subsidy
* Free accommodation or subsidised (depending on position)
* Bonuses
* Work Permit sponsored
* Pick up from Chang Kai-Shek International Airport
* Full-time position with paid overtime hours
* New teacher's orientation and training


1. Tertiary qualification (any major) required. Graduates with TESOL (Teachers of English to Students of Other Languages) qualification a plus.

2. Must be a native English speaker from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, UK, South Africa or Ireland.
3. Teaching experience is not essential though we need your passion, knowledge and patience.

To apply, please submit an online application form via our website along with a copy of your resume, university qualification, a recent photo, and your passport copy.

WEBSITE: Contact us

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.


This unit covered the variety of equipment and teaching aids used in the classroom to facilitate learning more effectively. I learned about how each form of teaching aid/ equipment item can be used depending on the activity and purpose, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each. The kinds of resources available, however, will depend largely on the school and should be tailored to each lesson's content and class situation.AS RIGHTLY SAID FROM THE BEGINNING OF THIS UNIT, IT IS QUITE SHORT BUT VERY IMPORTANT. IN IT I HAVE LEARNED HOW RECEPTIVE SKILLS WORK. AND HOW IMPORTANT THEY ARE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS WELL AS THE KEY TO A SUCCESSFUL RECEPTIVE SKILL LESSON, NOT TO MENTION PRODUCTIVE SKILLS LIKE SPEAKING AND WRITING WHICH OF COURSE ARE ALL VITAL. BOTH THE RECEPTIVE AS WELL AS PRODUCTIVE SKILLS ARE A FORCE TO RECKON WITH IN TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE.