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1 Teacher Waiver on Fri Mar 23, 2018 1:41 pm

shorty0431


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Hi all, new here.

Could someone answer a question for me, please?

Do Khrusupa issue waivers if you have proof of enrollment of degree course? or must you have only completed your degree?

Thanks in advance.

2 Re: Teacher Waiver on Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:04 pm

Qwerty


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Just proof of enrollment with a receipt for partial payment is required. Two teachers at my school who had used up all of their waivers were given another 2 year waiver after they signed up for a PGCEi and a DipEd.

3 Re: Teacher Waiver on Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:22 pm

Sirchai

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It also worked for me when just signed up for the course. A letter from them that you've enrolled in their course buys you another 2 years.

  I think they (Ifugao) don't issue such a letter if you haven't done the 5 K downpayment.

4 Re: Teacher Waiver on Fri Mar 23, 2018 8:10 pm

shorty0431


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Thanks for your replies guys, very helpful. I will make some enquiries.

5 Re: Teacher Waiver on Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:14 pm

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I was at Khrusupa last Tuesday applying for my teaching license and a 2nd 2 year teaching waiver for another teacher. They said this was his last waiver. I tried to explain that this was his first school. It didn't matter. It appears the tct is getting more strict about giving out waivers.

6 Re: Teacher Waiver on Sat Mar 24, 2018 3:27 pm

Sirchai

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Mike123_ca wrote:I was at Khrusupa last Tuesday applying for my teaching license and a 2nd 2 year teaching waiver for another teacher. They said this was his last waiver. I tried to explain that this was his first school. It didn't matter. It appears the  tct is getting more strict about giving out waivers.  


 There was a thread on another forum where the third waiver was denied by TCT. It really seems to tighten up a lot.

 After having read another post from Shorty, it seems to be a completely different situation, as he doesn't have a BA. Would he have a BA in any field, the enrollment would usually buy him another two years.

  Could someone help out here, please?

 P.S. It seems that they now only issue two waivers or provisional licenses, then they want to see an educational related degree.

Mike, what did they tell you how long it will take to get the license? I've got to wait until the 6th of July and I'm afraid that some changes in regulations could destroy all.

7 Re: Teacher Waiver on Sat Mar 24, 2018 8:54 pm

Mike123_ca


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Sirchai wrote:
Mike123_ca wrote:I was at Khrusupa last Tuesday applying for my teaching license and a 2nd 2 year teaching waiver for another teacher. They said this was his last waiver. I tried to explain that this was his first school. It didn't matter. It appears the  tct is getting more strict about giving out waivers.  


 There was a thread on another forum where the third waiver was denied by TCT. It really seems to tighten up a lot.

 After having read another post from Shorty, it seems to be a completely different situation, as he doesn't have a BA. Would he have a BA in any field, the enrollment would usually buy him another two years.

  Could someone help out here, please?

 P.S. It seems that they now only issue two waivers or provisional licenses, then they want to see an educational related degree.

 Mike, what did they tell you how long it will take to get the license? I've got to wait until the 6th of July and I'm afraid that some changes in regulations could destroy all.

I was told it takes two months, but I was given a paper in Thai identifying me as a licensed teacher.

8 Re: Teacher Waiver on Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:58 pm

Qwerty


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I applied for a license about 10 days ago and was told that I should get it in May. So 2 months seems to be about right.

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