Opportunity for TEFL in Suratthani, Thailand

Date posted:2007-02-09 | Writer: ECC Suratthani | Email: [email protected]

Full Time  English Teachers

ECC - 11 years of language training in Suratthani.
In preparation for the new academic year starting in May 2007, we are now looking for Teachers to start work in both Suratthani and Chumphon in Southern Thailand.

We are looking for Flexible, Qualified, Motivated and Energetic Native Speakers with a genuine passion for Teaching to join our growing team. We have full time and part time positions available at all levels, from Prathom 1 to Mathayom 6.

Energy, Enthusiasm, and Commitment are the main qualities we are looking for here at ECC. These qualities, combined with hard work, will entitle you to a very competitive salary, housing allowance, paid vacation, visa assistance, work permit, and an end of contract bonus.

We need team players that are prepared to share ideas and work closely together in a fun and creative environment. We need Teachers who can inject natural energy and enthusiasm into our classrooms. Lessons should be fun, creative, and energetic. If you are ticking these boxes, we want to speak to you now!

We will be particularly interested to hear from people with Musical or Artistic abilities: ECC Suratthani also has a Yamaha Music School on the premises.

Applicants must hold a Bachelors Degree. This is required to enable us to process work permits. We will be very interested to hear from applicants currently overseas that are looking to work in Thailand. If you are interested, we will be able to assist you in obtaining the correct visa prior to your arrival in Thailand. We will also be able to give you advice about Teaching licences that are available from the U.K for prospective Teachers who don't have Degree status.


To apply, contact:  [email protected]

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.


The content of this unit was grammar. I learned the different parts of a sentence and how and why to use them. I learned the difference between a countable noun and an uncountable noun. I understand the difference between adjectives such as superlative and comparative. There are also different types of verbs such as intransitive, transitive and auxiliary. I learned how to simply explain parts of speech to a student.Unit XX is the final unit of this course, and it deals with common problems teachers experience in the classroom followed by tips on working these moments out for the better. From the first lesson to dealing and motivation reluctant students, this unit provided very useful tips, and a variety of them, to allow the teacher to stay calm and provide the best solution possible in both avoiding and dealing with problems.