TEFL Qualified Teachers Needed in Vietnam

Date posted:2012-02-16 | Writer: iLearn English Center, Saigon | Email: [email protected]

iLearn English Center is a Canadian owned company operating throughout Southeast Asia. Our goal is to develop and sponsor educational opportunities for students and connect teachers with employment opportunities. We have several TEFL positions available in Saigon. Our teachers get paid $1000usd/month for 26 hours of teaching per week and $15/hr for overtime. Contracts include free housing in a luxury condo with a tennis court and large swimming pool in a quiet neighborhood of District 2. Contracts are available for 6-12 months with flight reimbursement and paid vacation options.RequirementsTo be qualified you must have a University degree or a teaching certificate (TEFL,TESOL,CELTA) but teaching experience is not required.  How to applyTo apply email a cover letter, including desired start date, with a copy of your cv/resume and a recent photo to 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 was another good lesson. It has a lot of information! I appreciated the in-depth usage of each piece of equipment as well as their benefits and drawbacks. There was definitely a lot of equipment that maybe isn't as widely used today. It would be beneficial to update and add how useful cellphones can be in the classroom. Also, I appreciated all of the many resources provided. Those are invaluable!In this unit i have learned grammatical constructions, The tense system is probably the area of the English simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. In the course units that cover tenses and other This shows affirmative , negative and question examples of the tense or grammar point. includes the grammatical construction and fundamental rules regarding how the tense or grammar point is made.