Opportunity For TEFL Qualified Teachers in Vietnam

Date posted:2011-06-09 | Writer: New Horizon Language Center | Email: [email protected]

Due to increasing demand, New Horizon Language Center is currently looking for TEFL qualified native English speaking teachers from England, Australia, America, Ireland, Canada, etc to work in North Vietnam (QuangNinh, Campha Town), a fantastic destination like no others for tremendous teaching experience and a great way to enjoy a peaceful life with a great deal of picturesque landscapes. We offer a full time contract for 6 or 12 months teaching students from 6-18 years old up to 25 hours a week. As well as being TEFL or TESOL qualified, an ability to teach IELTS preparation courses to high-school students would be a distinct advantage. Benefits include a sensible salary, which will be raised by 10-20% after 6 months to 1 year teaching.

Other benefits:
Supplied facilities and teaching resources.
Airport pick up provided free-of-charge upon arrival.
2 initial night accommodation allowance or a sightseeing tour to tourist attractions of the area offered (optional).
Support minimum 50% for airfare (minimum of 6 month-to-1 year contract).
Support $USD 20 in every 3 months for medical fee incurred by teachers (if any).

If you are serious about teaching, and enjoy teaching children, then this is a great opportunity. What are you waiting for, come and join us!

Please contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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 has covered the basics of classroom management. Every ESL teacher (and indeed every teacher in any classroom) needs to understand how to handle classroom organization, discipline, and logistics. Teacher talk time should generally be less than student talk time, but should be kept at a balance so that students are able to learn quickly while retaining the maximum possible amount of information.Just like with reading and listening, speaking and writing are areas of greater concern to me than grammar for teaching because they are more nebulous than strict grammar rule and so I have less confidence in effectively being able to teach them. The advice and examples from this unit, therefore, were very helpful in bolstering my confidence and giving me strategies for eventually teaching these things.