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    good morning!

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    good morning!!!!!!!!!

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    Oh, Yes! Good morning guys!


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    Good morning. I don't know if this is off topic. I just wanted to ask if anyone here has experienced studying in Thailand. I am considering studying there for my TEFL/TESOL program. I would appreciate any feedback ( living conditions, course difficulty , etc) regarding getting the certificate there in thailand specifically Ban Phe, Thailand. Thanks guys

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    Good Afternoon( I think saying good afternoon is way off-topic.)

    Why in Thailand friend? Arenīt there any good TEFL/TESOL teachers here in the Philippines? I am convinced that thereīs a lot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    Good Afternoon( I think saying good afternoon is way off-topic.)

    Why in Thailand friend? Arenīt there any good TEFL/TESOL teachers here in the Philippines? I am convinced that thereīs a lot.
    Hello, good point. In fact, I just found out about two schools in metro manila offering TEFL courses. One is in Alabang. Their program is affliated with Norwood English ( an Irish institution, I think ). Have you heard of that my friend?.

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    Somebody told me of one here in Cubao, I haven't visited it yet. she said it's affiliated with such from Canada. You better check it out, too. she told me that they give certificates as an Esl teacher after, just what I heard of friend.


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    I have heard of that place . They are offering 2 part TESOL course. One is the foundation TESOL which is 60 hours only. I think this is the prerequisite course.The other one is the Advanced Tesol which entitles you to be TEFL certified. This is 65 hours plus practicum.
    I have heard that employers want their applicants to at least have 120 hours class time including practicum. I think the aforementioned program fits the bill. Do you think their program is ok?

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    Sorry, but I couldnīt tell.
    I hope they have some trial sessions so I could check.

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