One of the most rewarding aspects of the classroom course are the relationships you make with your fellow trainees as well as the trainers and alumni you meet throughout the program. It’s one the best ways to meet friends from all different walks of life, yet who share one common goal: to become a great teacher. By taking the in-class course in Shanghai, Chiang Mai or Krabi, you’ll become part of the tight-knit TN TEFL group of alumni.
The most valuable component of the course will be the teaching practice with real students. Most of the teaching practice in both China and Thailand takes place at low-income primary schools through local charities. In addition to providing free English classes to children who normally don’t have access to these type of classes, we donate teaching supplies and stationery to the primary school teachers and students.
Courses in both Shanghai & Thailand have a 100% success rate for job placement upon completion of the course. After the training you'll receive in this course, you'll be prepared to do a demonstration lesson for your future employer which will likely earn you the highest possible salary they offer. Invest in yourself and it will pay dividends for life.
Contact us today to speak to an adviser about job placement opportunities.
When you study in Shanghai, you’ll experience an exciting mix of tradition and globalization at every street corner, former foreign concessions, and in the city’s stunning skyline. Shanghai has a thriving nightlife with some of the best clubs in Asia, if not the world. The city abounds with quality restaurants where you can enjoy great food (on a budget), amazing shops and gargantuan malls offering all you could want or need.
Thailand is a country on Southeast Asia’s Indochina peninsula known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha.
Chiang Mai, the old Northern Thai city is large enough to be described as a regional center, but small enough to allow exploration around its ancient walls, moat, temples and alleyways by bicycle or foot.
Krabi, on the other hand, is a resort town near the Andaman coast. It lies in an area of limestone karsts and mangrove forest. On a hilltop reached by stairs, the Tiger Cave Temple is a Buddhist site with panoramic views.