Teach English in Vietnam (5)

Date posted:2007-02-05 | 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 training centres in Hanoi and Danang in March 2007 to add to the three centres we currently have, two in Ho Chi Minh City and one in Vung Tau.

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

1. Children's English teachers To teach General English on the following programmes; Jumpstart (4-6 y.o.), Juniors (6-11 y.o.), Seniors (11-15 y.o.) & Elite (15-18 y.o.) *Newly Certified TEFL Graduates (CELTA or equivalent) with BA welcome !

2. Adult English teachers To teach General English & Examination Preparation (IELTS & TOEFL) to adults *Minimum of a BA + CELTA (or equivalent) + either 1 year's post CELTA experience or a CELTA pass A or B Preference given to applicants who have exam preparation experience or are IELTS examiners.


Please forward the following to Miles Pennington, email: [email protected]

1. Full CV, dated and with referees 2. Copy of passport page with details and photograph. 3. Cover letter, stating which teaching centre and which teaching position you are applying to 4. Soonest start date.

Please note: At some centres it is possible to teach both Adults and Children.

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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.


The attitude of the teacher had a profound affect on the success of the students in a lesson that is generally thought to be difficult to teach. Without a positive attitude and an engaging demeanor the students floundered with the concepts presented to them. I couldn't even understand what was going on in the first lesson and I'm a native speaker of English! The teacher was terrible and made nobody want to be there.This is a chapter I feel that I will need to read through a few times to get it down. I have learned throughout this course that I take my native English speaking skills for granted. I talk without actually thinking about how I am forming sentences and if I am even speaking correctly. There is so much to teach about the English language. The closer I get to completing the more I realize this is not going to be easy.