Teaching English in Thailand

Date posted:2014-02-06 | Writer: Ammartpanichnukul School | Email: [email protected]

Ammartpanichnukul School in Krabi is looking for a Native level EFL teacher to join their Native Speaker Program for the new school year starting in May 2014.

As an EFL Teacher at our school, you will be responsible for teaching Speaking & Listening and Core English to Mattayom 4 secondary school students for approximately 18-20 teaching hours per week. The working day is 08:30 - 14:30. In addition to teaching your class, our school also partakes in various competitions and camps throughout the year, so you will have to be willing to give up some of your weekends in order to help out.

Ideally, the perfect candidate will have some experience already, but the most important thing is someone with bags full of enthusiasm, and someone who is going to go over and beyond to improve the education of the students at our school.


Salary is 30,000 baht per month and your Visa with all necessary paperwork including work permit is paid for.

If you are serious about making a difference within our Native Speaker Program, please contact us at the  e-mail address given on the job heading with a recent CV and photograph.


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 helped have a better knowledge of the future tense. It got me exposed to different grammar check point that I was not aware of . In this unit it was illustrated that students have the tendency to mix \" be going to \" and future simple . I got to know some idea that can help me deliver the idea of future tense. at the end of the unit i got to test my information on what I have studied.There are so many resources listed in this lesson. I'm glad that I downloaded it, so that I can go back to reference the materials and suggested websites. The printed materials suggested also seem particularly useful, and it's nice to have a general list that lots of schools use, so that I might know what to ask for. I found the advice about preparation helpful, particularly with CD and DVD use.