Teach EFL in Southern Thailand (2)

Date posted:2012-08-12 | Writer: Prince of Songkla University, Trang Campus, | Email: [email protected]

Prince of Songkla University, Trang Campus, has an opening for a full time TEFL qualified English instructor to begin work in October 2012. PSU, Trang Campus is a fairly new university and has at this time one faculty which provides students with an excellent opportunity to learn and live in its beautiful countryside. Many courses are taught in English by foreign staff who live either in Trang city or on campus.

We would like to hear from English native speakers now living in their countries or abroad, including those who are living here in Thailand. Minimum educational requirements are that you must hold at least a 
Bachelor’s degree and have a teaching certificate, such as TEFl or TESOL, and some teaching experience.

Excellent working conditions with a salary of 30,000 baht per calendar month and work permit fee. Benefits also include a comfortable furnished two-bedroom apartment with TV, microwave and washing 
machine, hot water shower, and free Wi-Fi Internet. Our apartments are rent-free and only a few minutes walk to class, learning and recreational facilities as well as a cafeteria.

Many people have chosen to live and work in Trang as it is a very pleasant city with an excellent climate, many restaurants, scenic areas, beautiful beaches and islands to visit in your free time. We are only a few hours from Hat Yai, Krabi, Phuket, and other tourist spots and places of interest.

Interested persons could submit your resume, scanned transcripts of your degree and a teaching certificate, 

and other related documents to the e-mail address given on the job heading no later than August 22, 2012.

Contact person: Head of Department of Languages
Tel: 075-201-796
Address: Department of Languages
Prince of Songkla University, Trang Campus
Tambon Kuanpring
Muang, Trang THAILAND 92000

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 modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. These were some of the most difficult grammar items in the course. Students may have trouble understanding these topics of just taught directly. It would be best to do as the unit suggests and drop these terms into your everyday language. Hopefully the students will eventually naturally catch on to how these phrases should be used correctly.Unit seventeen covered various teaching aids and equipment that one may find in an English language classroom. This unit was very fun and informative. I never knew there were so many resources available online for both teachers and students. I know that this a unit I will refer back when planning lessons. I enjoyed all of the helpful tips on how to be prepared with technology before the class starts.