Practical Teaching in Southeast Asia
Have you already completed your 120 hour accredited TEFL / TESOL certificate and looking for assistance with job placement and in country orientation and support?
This option might be just what you are looking for.
- 2 weeks in country orientation with practical teaching.
- Airport Pick-up
- Welcome Dinner
- All transport for program related activities
- Half-day cultural tour
- 6 to 8 hours of teacher practica at schools, NGOs or local businesses
- In country orientation – Asian Culture
- Interview preparation
- Recap of lesson planning (Destination TEFL PPP)
- Actual lesson planning and preparation
$725.00 (Excludes accommodation – minimum eligibility criteria will apply)
NOTE: A previous TEFL certificate does not automatically guarantee acceptance to the TEFL extension programme, and a short assignment will be provided to ensure you are familiar with the basics.
- Min 120 hour TEFL / TESOL certificate (assessed by Destination TEFL during application process)
- Age 20 years and above
- Native or Native level English Speakers
- UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA or South African Passport Holders as well as EU nationals with a clear accent and near-native command of English (other nationalities may apply but visa restrictions might be an issue – please check with Destination TEFL before acceptance)
- Some work experience (does not have to be teaching related)
- University Bachelor’s Degree needed for placement in Indonesia, Thailand & Vietnam however non- degreed applicants can apply to teach in Cambodia.
- Fit & healthy (any mental or psychological disorders will need pre-approval from Destination TEFL).
- Clear criminal record (petty crimes can be overseen)
- Open to new cultures
** We are able to assist friends and couples wanting to travel together.
In these 2 weeks, you will be putting into practice everything you’ve been taught by taking you into a real classroom environment with observed teacher practica.
You will be given detailed feedback from your trainers with which to improve and grow. These TPs will be with non-native English speaking students at local schools, NGOs or businesses.
Class times are generally from 9am to 4pm but may vary depending on the teaching pracs and other unforeseen factors.
Additional work such as resourcing and lesson planning will need to be done after hours, either as teamwork or individually.