EMS: Moving Towards Quality English Education to Thai Students

EMS: Moving Towards Quality English Education to Thai Students

This was written in 2011 and the training was conducted to help teacher applicants be prepared in different teaching demonstrations all over schools in Thailand. Participants were from Philippines, India, Uganda, Nigeria, and South Africa.

EMS: Moving Towards Quality English Education to Thai Students 
October 19, 2011 at 1:01 PM

The month of October this year marks two significant events here in Thailand: the Thailand’s worst flooding in decades and the overflowing number of foreign applicants for teaching positions in different schools all over Thailand.

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Despite looking for precautionary measures for the worst scenario that might probably happen out from the worst flood, our language agency is also thinking of the best training program to help our applicants be victorious in different school competitions.

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Last October 3-5 2011, the WAVE 1 New Teachers’ Training was conducted. Ten participants successfully completed the three-day training and so far 6 of them were already hired. Other four applicants are still waiting for the results. As the Head Trainer , I would like to congratulate Mr. Johnrey Nocos for doing his best and ranks No. 1 out of 18 applicants in one of the schools in Tungkru, District, Bangkok, Thailand.

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Since a lot of schools are still opening for different teaching vacancies, our agency is planning to conduct another training dubbed as WAVE 2 New Teachers’ Training.

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