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Sirchai

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Even when I had to wait a bit longer, the card arrived at our school today!!! Hallelujah!!!!

        No more headaches when renewing the visa and work permit. It was worth to fight for, even when I had times where I wanted to throw the towel.



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kruhjoe

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bravo Congratulations to your great accomplishment, Sir Chai! congratulations

Welcome to the Golden Card Holders' Club! Smile

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bahn_farang

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Great news well done congratulations thumbs up 2

Hey_ewe

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Good news. Well done!

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Congratulations Mike

I can remember before you even started working towards your teaching diploma.
It seemed that anything that could go wrong did go wrong.
But, you did overcome every challenge that was thrown at you.
I wish you better times ahead.

Mike

gungchang

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One can only imagine when the goal posts will be moved again.

Congrats on the license.



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Harry Bean

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Congrats!

But...


I assume you realise that while you have blocked out your real name, the Thai script version is still perfectly readable and makes it obvious what your name is?

Sirchai

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kruhjoe wrote:
bravo Congratulations to your great accomplishment, Sir Chai! congratulations

Welcome to the Golden Card Holders' Club! Smile

I'd like to thank you very much!! wai

Sirchai

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Harry Bean wrote:Congrats!

But...


I assume you realise that while you have blocked out your real name, the Thai script version is still perfectly readable and makes it obvious what your name is?


Thanks a lot! wai

Sirchai

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gungchang wrote:One can only imagine when the goal posts will be moved again.

I didn't share the O.P.'s Quixotic quest, but I had obstacles even with the defunct TCT TKT.

One ding-a-ling masquerading as a co-worker tried to convince me that I didn't need to take the tests or get a license because KSP couldn't fire everybody.  When I sat for the tests anyway, he told me not to study and to fail the tests and just pay 1,000 baht four times a year forever. KSP would see this as making progress and issue me waivers for life.

Some teachers thought the tests were rigged and couldn't be passed, even though four people had passed all four sections at TCT 8.

To paraphrase Frank Zappa, there is more stupidity in the universe than hydrogen, and stupidity is renewable.

Congrats on the license.

Thank you very much. I'd started one year too late, otherwise I'd been "grandfathered." Frank Zappa was right. Wish you a good one. Kind regards from our holiday destination on Ko Lanta. wai wai

Sirchai

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bahn_farang wrote:Great news well done congratulations thumbs up 2


Thank you very much, BF! Kind regards from Ko Lanta. wai

Sirchai

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Mike123_ca wrote:Congratulations Mike

I can remember before you even started working towards your teaching diploma.
It seemed that anything that could go wrong did go wrong.
But, you did overcome every challenge that was thrown at you.
I wish you better times ahead.

Mike


Thanks Mike! Yep, unfortunately, the course was a sort or cursed, to be honest. Nobody seemed to be interested in checking my assignments, and even at the end of the second term, things got pretty nasty:

It took over two years and then I started to work for another school and had to have one year full.

 The funny part is that many others had done the course without any f2f lessons, people from other ASEAN countries,Indonesians, etc..

It's over now and I don't want to think about it anymore, it gives me a bad taste.

 I wish you a nice time teaching,. stay healthy and enjoy life.Kind regards from Ko Lanta, a place I'd love to live on..... wai



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Sirchai

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Hey_ewe wrote:Good news.  Well done!


Thank you very much. My deepest apologies for my late reply. We had to do an additional bookmark task and grades had to be done on the 2.10!

I wish you only the best. Kind regards from Ko Lanta! wai

Rastus

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Congratulations Sirchai. Smile

Sirchai

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Rastus wrote:Congratulations Sirchai. Smile


Thank you very much! Have a great time teaching!!!!!

Sirchai

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The card is really a gold card. The first interview at an International school was very positive, but I'm not willing to give all up where I am now and move many miles away. Just got me a nice bike. A real beauty with 1100 cc.


   It was more like a test and it seems to work. thx thank you

gungchang

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I've had four offers from Nonthaburi, Lampang, and China. I've accepted three of them.

I think that the combination of a license and a CELTA was critical in landing these jobs. I've been well received and looked after at all three.

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