Employment teaching English in Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh City

Date posted:2005-08-16 | Writer: VUS | Email: [email protected]

Vietnam-USA Society English Training Service Center (VUS) is one of the most popular and prestigious English centers in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. We have 5 campuses in the city with around 10, 000 students of different ages and 230 teachers. We offer a wide range of programs to fit our students needs, ranging from childrens program to the TOEIC, TOEFL and IELTS preparation courses. Our training quality is measured by international standardized tests such as Cambridge Examinations for Young Learners, TOEIC, TOEIC Bridge and International TOEFL. Due to our rapid expansion we are looking for qualified, experienced and motivated teachers to join our faculty team immediately. Requirements: - Native English speakers (American, Australian, New Zealand, Canadian and British nationalities). - At least one year of experience teaching English to second/foreign language learners. - Certificate in teaching English: TESOL, CELTA, or TEFL - University degree (A degree in Social studies, Language studies, or related fields is preferable). - Dynamic, motivated and outgoing - Work full-time for at least one year Benefits: - Competitive net hourly rate (from $ 12 to $ 19 an hour) - Visa extension/renewal fee (single-entry) is to be covered by VUS - Income tax in accordance with the Vietnamese law is covered by VUS.- Excellent opportunities for professional development If you are interested in teaching at our Center, please send your application (CV, Letters of reference, Degree, Teaching Certificate, and recent photo) by email to: Chi Tran (Ms.) Senior Manager Academic Affairs Department 2 Vietnam-USA Society English Training Service Center 215 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia St., District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamPhone: (848)9321949 (Ext. 113)Email: [email protected]: 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.


Unit 15 has dealt with the various evaluations and testing that a teacher or school of languages can carry out. There are many types and each of them has its moment and place. For instance, the placement test is given to students at the beginning so that the teacher know their level, among other factors. I have learnt different efficient ways to evaluate students, as well as different possibilities for English Certificates.The information on corrections will be vital for me as keeping my students self-motivated to learn is dependent on them feeling a sense of progress and evolution in their skills. Too much correction can lead to downtrodden or uninspired students, and the goal should be instilling a love of the language instead of focusing on perfection. Language fluency comes from actively using it, not simply what happens in the classroom.