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Questions about teaching in Thailand

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by Howthewestwaswon, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. Hello, I'm not sure if anyone can help me with this but...



    I taught in Thailand a couple of years ago and I've been TEFLing around
    asia since then. I'm set on taking a PGCE when I get back to the U.K so I
    can teach professionally, BUT I'd really like to work in Thailand again
    once I'm qualified, so with that in mind:



    1. What's the job market like for international schools?



    2. How much I can expect to be paid?



    3. Would doing a CELTA or some other qualification as well be helpful?



    and



    5. If this is really a good idea or am I just deluding myself?



    Anything else I should be aware of?
     
  2. Hello, I'm not sure if anyone can help me with this but...



    I taught in Thailand a couple of years ago and I've been TEFLing around
    asia since then. I'm set on taking a PGCE when I get back to the U.K so I
    can teach professionally, BUT I'd really like to work in Thailand again
    once I'm qualified, so with that in mind:



    1. What's the job market like for international schools?



    2. How much I can expect to be paid?



    3. Would doing a CELTA or some other qualification as well be helpful?



    and



    5. If this is really a good idea or am I just deluding myself?



    Anything else I should be aware of?
     

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