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Need clarification regarding teaching requirements. -- up2eleven 1 September 2014
I do not have any kind of college degree, however, I will be getting a TEFL certificate. When I look online about places where I can teach without a degree, China always comes up as the best place. ...
Re: Need clarification regarding teaching requirements. -- Silverboy 13 December 2014
Just one more thing: I just read the post of Turnoi on this thread. He is correct. You will still get a job without a degree or TEFL in China, but you will only get the "shit jobs" as we call them. ...
Re: Need clarification regarding teaching requirements. -- ICAL TEFL Courses & Resources 12 December 2014
It is ILLEGAL to work teaching English in China without a degree. That's not to say it doesn't happen, but every so often teachers working illegally there do get deported. Your best bet is to ...
Re: Need clarification regarding teaching requirements. -- Silverboy 12 December 2014
That is not exactly correct. I have known, and still know some teachers who are working legally without a degree in China. That is to say the public middle schools and high schools they work for ...
Re: Need clarification regarding teaching requirements. -- ICAL TEFL Courses & Resources 15 December 2014
I think it's a kind of gray area - a degree is needed for a working Z visa; without a degree you can't get a visa to work. Possibly some have bypassed this in some way (we can guess how) but ...
Re: Need clarification regarding teaching requirements. -- Dr. Turnoi Turjakuunnen 2 September 2014
Well, the "real story" is this: 1. Until some time ago, China has been a place accepting almost everybody for ESL teaching positions - from the uneducated former sausage vendor up to highly qualified ...

CELTA teacher training -- Edward/CELTA teacher training 26 July 2014
I would like feedback on the most reputable providers of the 4-week CELTA course. There are tons on the Internet and no way to assess which ones are good. I understand the CELTA curriculum is the ...
Re: CELTA teacher training -- cunning linguist 31 July 2014
You might consider a university based CELTA course. Some universities, at least in the UK, run courses under the control of their Modern Languages department so you can be assured that your ...
Re: CELTA teacher training -- Dr. Turnoi Turjakuunnen 29 July 2014
There are a number of parameters to assess these providers: 1. Ask them for the qualification of the instructors - degree or non-degree holders? In the latter case, move on. 2. There have been ...

Re: Dave's ESL Cafe- Never Again! -- Shoddy 24 July 2014
Why would he open a school? He's pulling in more than $250,000 per year in advertising revenue from his site.

Re: Adult schools in Haikou? -- Scotty 4 July 2014
Well I appreciate the advice and all, but universities pay a lot less and I've had good experiences with Training centers even a couple of the ones here where people were telling horror stories. ...
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