EFL Teachers Needed in Ratchaburi, Thailand

Date posted:2012-09-04 | Writer: Fun Language International (Thailand) Ltd. | Email: [email protected]

Fun Language International (Thailand) Ltd. is seeking full time EFL teachers for its new programme in Ratchaburi. We are looking for young, energetic candidates whose native language is English. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree. In addition, we prefer TEFL/TESOL or some other equivalent qualifications, teaching experience will be beneficial. Applicants from in and outside of Thailand are welcome to apply. The salary goes up to net Baht 35,000 after completing a 2-month probation.

Positions start in October 2012 with 2 full-term renewable contracts available.

The benefits are as follows: 
- An attendance bonus to be paid at the end of each term plus a performance related bonus on the completion of a one year contract 
- Visa renewal, teaching permit, work permit, provided at the company’s expense, after probation 
- Basic health insurance 
- On-going training 
- Curriculum, lesson plans and materials for each lesson 
- A Thai team teacher assigned to each foreign teacher 
- 3 days free lodging upon arrival for overseas applicants plus transportation to Ratchaburi 
- Assistance in securing an apartment 
- Official and school holidays, approximately 30 days per annum 
- An early finish as the average working day is 8am - 4pm (with an hour lunch).

To apply please, send your CV to the e-mail address given on the job heading along with a scan of your passport, scans of your degrees and certificates and any references you may have. 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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.


There are a multitude of methodologies that TEFL educators utilize in order to efficiently and effectively teach English as a foreign language including: grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, communicative language teaching, community language learning, etc.. However, the engage study activate (ESA) technique will be the structure I will be routinely using due to my inexperience in lesson planning.Student assessment and evaluation techniques were discussed in this unit. Varying types of assessments were presented along with when and how to use them. The unit provided information regarding different types of assessments used in Britain versus the US. It was useful to see examples of the different types of exams that can be used with students and to be given info to find more exam materials.