4 Week TEFL Course in Chiang Mai, Thailand

THAILAND / SEE TEFL

SEE is based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. This 700 year old Northern Thai city is large enough to be described as a regional center, but small enough to allow exploration around its ancient walls, moat, temples and alleyways by bicycle or foot. It is situated closer to Myanmar and Laos than to Bangkok. Chiang Mai people are known throughout Thailand as friendly, polite and fun-loving. Celebrating one of Chiang Mai’s many festivals with your Thai friends is an experience not to be missed.

As of 2016, SEE TEFL is in its 11th year of TEFL Teacher Training with 1,000+ TEFL graduates from 40+ countries on 6 continents. SEE graduates range in age from 18 to 70, and are usually between 22 and 50 years old. Typical classes have a mix of males and females from a variety of countries, and backgrounds. Our graduates teach English as a Foreign Language across Thailand and throughout the world. We strive to provide a useful and effective TEFL teacher training program. Our organization also hires dozens of English teachers every year for placement in schools throughout Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand.

Accredited and Recognized TEFL Training

SEE’s accredited and internationally-recognized TEFL certification teacher training enables its graduates to confidently and successfully step into the classroom and teach English as a foreign language anywhere in the world. Training focuses on developing practical teaching skills while also extensively reviewing language structure and terminology. It is assumed trainees have little, if any, previous EFL teaching experience and grammar terminology knowledge before training starts. Those with previous experience will benefit from revisiting the fundamentals.

Benefits and Advantages of SEE TEFL

Training includes 6 observed 1-hour teaching practices in real schools with real students, cultural awareness training, Thai-language instruction, non-immigrant B (Business) visa support, early-bird discounts and on-going job support.

For more information and to apply please visit SEE TEFL.

Expires: Jan 15, 2017

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