Employment teaching EFL in Vietnam

Date posted:2006-09-20 | Writer: Vietnam USA Society English Training Service Cente | Email: [email protected]


Affiliated with the City University of New York, Vietnam USA Society English Training Service Center (VUS) is one of the largest and most respected language institutions in Hochiminh City as well as nationwide. Currently, VUS teaching staff consists of 300 well- qualified teachers. It has the highest number of students (over 15.000), with 6 campuses operating in various districts in Hochiminh City offering a wide choice of locations for students.

VUS YOUR DESTINATION OF TEACHING IN VIETNAM
REQUIREMENTS
-Native English speaking teachers (American, Canadian, British, Australian, New Zealander are preferred)
-Bachelor's Degree
-English teaching degree or certificate (TESOL, TEFL, CELTA, DELTA or equivalent)
-Minimum 1 year experience (preferred)

BENEFITS
-Net pay of $14 - $20 per hour (income tax paid by VUS)
-Free single entry visa and renewals
-Pick up from the airport
-Assistance in applying for a work permit and reimbursement of $300 for work permit
-Other rewarding schemes granted by VUS
-Free Vietnamese language classes & Vietnamese Cultural induction

HOW TO APPLY?
Interested applicants are invited to send an application package including:
1.A resume
2.A copy of passport (the page with photo)
3.Copies of degrees/ certificates
4.Letter of reference
5.A recent photo

To: Ms Xuan Pham, HR Teachers Manager
Email: [email protected]
Vietnam USA Society English Training Service Center
Telephone : +(84-8) 9433 435 ext. 176
Head Office: 4th Floor, 243 - 245 Khanh Hoi, Ward 5, District 4, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Interviews will be conducted at the above address if you are in Vietnam and screening could be done on phone before the interviews if you are not in Vietnam.

For more information about VUS, please visit our website at Contact us

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 allowed me to understand the phonetic baseline for many of the materials that I will be teaching to students. I will be using the lesson suggestions provided to help students understand the underlying structures that will help their speech and reading patterns become more natural. The phonetic table is also a useful tool for understanding the language myself, though I will likely not use it in the classroom.Unit 3 goes trough theories, methods and techniques required for teaching English. The EFL methodologies and approaches decided must take in consideration of the culture of students and teachers personalities. The introduced of Engage, Study and Activate (ESA) elements allows all the above to be applied and gives the teacher a great flexibility in the classroom. Also, plenty of good examples were given in the context.


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