Position teaching TEFL in Thailand

Date posted:2005-02-01 | Writer: Aviation Technical English Division | Email: [email protected]


Civil Aviation Training Center




36, 000 - 40, 000 Baht/month

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Qualifications1 Native speaker of English (American, British, New Zealander, Australian, Canadian, Scottish)2 Possess at least bachelor degree in Education or Aviation3 A certificate of TESL, TEFL, or TESOL is a must.4 Be able to develop an English course, educational aids5 Be able to write a lesson plan6 Be able to work immediately7 A work permit is preferable.Job Description1 Teach English courses.2 Develop English courses.3 Create and Develop Educational media4 Prepare lesson plan and evaluate the course.5 Prepare test questions and mark the test papers6 Teach about 16-30 hours a week7 Do other jobs assigned by the supervisor8 Work from 0800-1600 Monday - Friday9 Three month probation, One-year contract (renewable)10 Salary plus housing allowance varies from 35,000-40,000 baht based on experience.Contact Squ.Ldr. Patipat Samagachandra orMs. Napaporn Iamyai orMs. Narumol PuarugsaAviation Technical English Division, Civil Aviation Training Center1032/355 Phaholyothin Rd. Jatujak Bangkok 10900Tel: (02) 272-5741-4 ext. 224, 277Fax: (02) 272-6115

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 two videos that were provided for this specific lesson that show the differences in the reaction and willingness of participation of the students depending on the teacher's teaching attitudes and skills are very interesting. I learned that the same materials can be taught in so many different ways and for the lesson to be successful, lesson planning is very important, as well as the teacher's attitude towards the students.This course covers the different pedagogical approaches to language teaching and learning. It outlines the strengths and weaknesses of each approach while provided detailed information for me as a teacher to choose which forms and styles will best serve the clients or students I have. It also provides very helpful information regarding correction of student errors or mistakes, and how to maintain the motivation of my students.