TEACH IN THAILAND
Thailand is a popular destination for ESL teachers who are interested in experiencing an ancient and diverse culture in a country that prides itself on its rich history, tropical climate, renowned hospitality, and beautiful natural scenery. We have plenty of intake dates to choose from, even a summer teach option for those already teaching, and wanting to spend their summer overseas.
Included in the Teach-in-Thailand program is our fun, informative, and action packed cultural orientation week, which covers everything Thai: history, politics, religion, culture, and society.
Teachers earn generous salaries and live comfortably because of the low cost of living. Degree holders are preferred, but we also accept non-degree holders.
Interested in placements? Head over to our featured placements page for more info from teachers currently in the field!
Our internationally accredited TESOL training and certification (Thailand) courses are held in two separate locations: The beach side resort town of Hua Hin, and the famous, bustling city of Chiang Mai, nestled in the majestic northern mountains of Thailand.
Degree holding applicants earn between 30,000 and 40,000 Baht per month (USD 800-1,200). Opportunities to earn additional income through tutoring are usually also available.
Non-degree holding applicants earn between 25,000 and 35,000 Baht per month (USD 700-1,100). Applicants will get all school holidays off, which could be as much as 30 days at a time. These may be paid holidays, depending on your school.
Airport pick-up/ Transport to Hua Hin
Free lifetime placement in any country XploreAsia places teachers
Background check on school
Employment & accommodation assistance
Access to XploreAsia’s Online Teacher Resources
Visa applications can be processed within 24 hours
Work and volunteer opportunities available during school holidays
Medical insurance (not all schools, depending on contract)
IN-CLASS TESOL COURSE AT A GLANCE
- 120-hour combination of onsite and off-site training
- A reference guide book, and plentiful support materials
- Comprehensive orientation on Thai culture, society and politics
- Multiple cultural excursions
- Hands-on teaching experience at a local Thai school
A 120-hour TESOL is recommended for degree holders, but not required.
Applicants must be either native English speakers, or be able to prove English fluency.
Applicants must be in good physical and mental health.
Applicants must be between 19 and 50 years old.
Applicants must be passport holders of any of the following countries: United States, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.
INTAKE DATES / TESOL START DATES
2018 - Hua Hin Intake Dates
2018 - Chiang Mai Intake Dates
2019 - Hua Hin Intake Dates
2019 - Chiang Mai Intake Dates
SUMMER TEACH IN THAILAND
These dates have been specifically designed for those that are already in the teaching profession, and would like to spend their summer holidays honing their teaching skills and experiencing teaching overseas.
There are two intake dates that will suit the summer holiday period.
I have really enjoyed the entire training process and living in Hua Hin. I have had a lot of fun getting to know the area – it was a very nice way to start my journey here in Thailand. I loved all the activities that were setup for us.
Instructors and coordinators were great resources for advice on this huge culture change. Seeing/hearing all of their stories gave me the confidence that I can do this and change my life. The TESOL course allowed me to make great friendships, while adapting to life here.
Overall, I am extremely impressed with the training. The teachers have a good grip on Thailand and have considerable experience working with all age groups.
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