TEFL Post in Phuket, Thailand

Date posted:2007-03-22 | Writer: Chalermprakiatsomdetprasrinakarin Phuket School | Email: [email protected]

Chalermprakiatsomdetprasrinakarin Phuket School, Phuket is looking for 2 Native English Teachers to join our dedicated English Program beginning April 2007. The right candidate must have a
- verifiable bachelor's degree
- native English speaker
- preferably hold a TEFL or equivalent certificate
- Teaching Experience
- Additional abilities for example Drama, Art, Sport
The contract will be for 1 year. Salary is from 28, 000 - baht plus 3, 000 - baht housing allowance with paid vacations.
Work permit and NON-B visa is 50% paid for (Travel expenses not included.
You will be teaching between 18-20 hours per week, class length being 50 minutes each, but you are expected to be on the premises between the hours of 7.50-4.30. Occasional weekend work required.
The interview will be held during last week of March.
Interested candidates please submit your application via e-mail [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.


This unit was on the different evaluations and testing of the English language. I have heard about the different Cambridge Assessments and the general external examinations but never knew what each of them where for and what they even stood for. It is good to have this information. The testing for the classroom is important for the students and the teacher to know how they are doing and what they are not getting.This unit emphasize on the importance of teachers so solely rely of coursebook. Coursebook should be used as a guide. However, as coursebooks are prepared for general audience, teachers have to be creative in creating materials relevant to their students. Some classes may learn faster or slower than the others therefore, not everything covered in coursebooks are relevant and interesting in the eyes of the students.