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  1. DAEFLE or FLE to teach in Thailand ?

    You need a university degree to work legally in OBEC schools (K12).
  2. School Slow on Teaching License

    In another thread this was reported. Yes, you need to hold a university degree to enrol. It's a requirement of the course provider. Besides this, it's a requirement of the TCT for the teacher license.
  3. School Slow on Teaching License

    Yup. The Professional Knowledge Tests are not offered anymore. I think the last one was in 2012 and yes, the current rules state that you can't get more than 6 years in total of temporary teaching permits. Whether that equates to 3 temporary teaching permits is not clear. http://site.ksp.or.th/about.php?site=license&SiteMenuID=221
  4. School Slow on Teaching License

    I live and work upcountry. It was in 2006 when my school asked me to get a police clearance check from my home country. Applied to all foreign teachers there. In October 2007 I was required to attend a Thai Language, Culture and Ethics course in Bangkok. At the course I met many foreign teachers from other schools in town. Guess it was a provincial order. At the course I became aware of the Professional Knowledge Tests to get the teacher license. In May 2008, Immigration refused me an extension. I was given several documents (in Thai) that showed that a waiver or provisional teaching permit was required. Went with a Thai colleague to the TCT and got myself my first provisional teaching permit and subsequently my extension of stay. I sat the tests several times and finally passed them all and received my TCT teacher license in 2011. I renewed it in 2016.
  5. School Slow on Teaching License

    By law in June 2006. Got gradually enforced in 2007/ 2008, i.e. the requirement for waivers a.k.a. provisional teaching permits a.k.a. temporary teaching licenses by Immigration and Labour.
  6. School Slow on Teaching License

    Nothing else you can do than to find a new employer, work there for at least 1 year and get yourself the evaluation.
  7. The temporary teaching permit a.k.a. provisional teaching permit a.k.a. waiver is required when applying for an extension of stay and work permi when working in an OBEC school.
  8. The new Honda CB300R starting price is 149,800 THB.
  9. That fingerprint session is for verification purposes.
  10. CELTA and Thai Teacher Licence?

    http://site.ksp.or.th/about.php?site=license&SiteMenuID=219
  11. CELTA and Thai Teacher Licence?

    B.Sc. - UK, AUS, NZ, IRL, SA B.S. - USA, CDN
  12. CELTA and Thai Teacher Licence?

    Any degree plus CELTA doesn't qualify for the TCT teacher license. A degree in education, any degree plus a post graduate diploma in education/ teaching profession or equivalent does.
  13. Have you got your teacher's license?

    Application Form (KS.02) http://site.ksp.or.th/download-file.php?Action=download&DataID=1244 Qualification Declaration Form (KS.02.10) http://site.ksp.or.th/download-file.php?Action=download&DataID=1245
  14. Have you got your teacher's license?

    Here you are. In a Thai TCT document I read that you should apply for renewal at least 180 days in advance. Requirements - Hold Bachelor’s degree or higher in Education field or - Hold Bachelor’s degree in another field + teaching experience of not less than 5 years or - Hold lower than Bachelor’s degree + teaching experience of not less than 10 years - License holder must supply reasonable documentation of not less than 3 professional development activities during the 5-year validity period of the license - The school director examines the accuracy and approve that the license holder meets the qualification 1. Completed Professional License Renewal Application Form (Form KS. 02) with a 1-inch photo attached; and sign applicants’ name on above line. 2. Completed applicant’s Qualification Declaration Form (Form KS. 02.10). This form must be signed by the applicant on the page 4, and the school director examines the accuracy and approve that the license holder meets the qualification, as well as sign his/her name on the page 5. 3. Copy of documents or evidence of the performance results of professional practice as specified in Section 2, Item 2.1 (pages 2 - 4 of the KS. 02.10 Form) the performance results must include at least 3 different activities and occur during the license’s period of validity 4. Copy of all the used pages of the teacher’s passport; preferably the photo page and present Non-B Visa page 5. Copy of all the used pages of the teacher’s work permit 6. Copy of the current teaching license 7. Copy of educational certificate along with official transcripts 8. Two 1 X 1.25 inch half-length, full face photographs in which the applicant is facing the camera directly; wearing formal clothing without hat and sunglasses; taken against plain, blue or white background and taken within the last six months (Do not wear a t-shirt or tank top, no smile) - Scanned Polaroid and photographs printed on an inkjet printer are unacceptable. - One photograph will be glue to the application form (KS. 02) in the designated space and place another one in a small zippered plastic bag and staple it to the form. 9. Payment receipt for license renewal fee: 200 Baht Remark: All copies of original documents being submitted must be certified as true copies of the original by the applicant or the authorized person. http://site.ksp.or.th/about.php?site=license&SiteMenuID=220
  15. Have you got your teacher's license?

    The teacher I'm learning Thai with doesn't have one. No need. If she would have one for other purposes, she wouldn't give it to me. Why would she?
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