|Date:||Mon, 16 Oct 2006 23:38:06 +0200|
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for university and EAP programs.
They need help, and only professionally trained teachers with real teaching credentials can do this job. Go to the following sites who will let prospective students see the truth before losing their money.
If they aren't, then you have joined the ranks of all of the people who think they are teaching but aren't.
But schools also hire in early to mid January and then May to June.
That should give you some clue. for everything from food to housing.
In the end there is no substitute for experience. In fact I think I am moving to the UK because prices here have gone out of the stratosphere.
Or, maybe Guy or some of the other admin guys can tell you what the site is.
That is it in a nutshell. like I did and a posting is still rejected for fear of controversy, then I feel this is wrong. Any suggestions would be welcome cos I'm at my wit's end here - plugging away on the internet! I came here two years ago.
I also sent a message VIA their website contact page and it appears it was not rejected, but no responses. :: RE: Anyone teaching in Thailand?
If you are like me and have told them to practice, they simply don't practice because we are not Chinese telling them what they have to do. Go to the following sites who will let prospective students see the truth before losing their money. People get ripped-off and do nothing.
If you want a shorter program - try doing a PGCE instead. :: RE: Anyone teaching in Thailand? In fact I think I am moving to the UK because prices here have gone out of the stratosphere. Ireland is a tough place for employment for anyone outside and it is VERY VERY EXPENSIVE. I have a years teaching experience in Indonesia and I want to move on to another country now.
You can get a job here but it may not be consistant or pay very well to match living expenses.
With its high unemployment rate it does not have much to offer to an ESL teacher. Be prepared to show up for an interview if you are called.
China, Japan, Malaysia and Thai and seem to be out.
for everything from food to housing. At any time, interested parties may contact you by private message or at your email, which was also left intact. Everybody wants a native speaker but you are well qualified with lots of experience and therefore, you should send off your CV to test the market.
In two years I have not worked much and certainly have not earned much.
Most of the teachers I know are married with a husband and second income or they live at home with parents. :: RE: Anyone teaching in Thailand? Someone needs to be telling the truth.
Once on the site, click on Forum on the left and scroll down.
As you mentioned in your first post, there are public ways to seek recourse with public agencies whose job it is to pursue action.
I also sent a message VIA their website contact page and it appears it was not rejected, but no responses.
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