Employment teaching TEFL in Vietnam

Date posted:2007-01-09 | Writer: ILA Vietnam | Email: [email protected]

ILA Vietnam is set to expand rapidly over the next 12 months, establishing more training centres around Vietnam. We are opening new centres in Hanoi and Danang in March 2007 to add to the three centres we currently have in HCMC and Vung Tau.

ILA Vietnam is seeking ESL professionals for the following teaching positions:

1. Children's EFL teachers
To fill positions on our Jumpstart, Juniors,
Seniors and Elite ELT programmes.
*Newly Certified TEFL Graduates (CELTA or
equivalent) with BA are welcome!

2. Adult's EFL teachers, ILA Public
To teach General English & Examination
Preparation (IELTS & TOEFL) for ILA adult
Public programmes.

preference given to applicants who have exam
preparation experience.


Applicants should forward the following to ILA's recruitment department, email: [email protected]

1. Full CV, dated and preferably with references
2. Copy of passport page with details and
3. Cover letter explaining which centre and which
teaching position is sought
4. Soonest start date

(Please note: at some centres it is possible to work across the two teaching areas, Adults and Children. If above criteria are met then the availability of such positions is dependent upon the centre and the time of year)

For further information, please have a look at our website; Contact us

Contact details:

ILA Vietnam
402 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai St. Distr. 3
Ho Chi Minh City
tel: +84 8929 0100
fax: +84 8929 0070
[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.


I realized that verb tenses play a vital role in constructing meaning. More than knowing the clues that give us signal what happens when, it makes us understand better the context of the sentence. Before, I thought that for as long as I am understood, even if my grammar is not smoothly constructed, it's okay. However, after learning about the three tenses, I figured that structure is as equally important as context.This unit on past tenses was useful in terms of reviewing and learn the following topics and their usages: past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. It was noticeable that each form makes a totally different purpose of the sentences and therefore they should be used appropriately. Combining two forms in one sentence was a tricky part, although I believe practice should make it easier.