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Some interesting news regarding the 5yr Teaching Licence

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DigitalGypsy

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Hi,

I received some interesting news via my school regarding teaching licences recently and thought I should share it on here:

A couple of weeks ago I read a post (think it was on FB?) about a rumor circulating concerning a potential new path to gaining a 5 year licence based solely on special request via your school. It sounded like good news to me, but I took it with a pinch of salt.

Fast forward to this week, and based on what I heard, it sounds like something could be in the works. Long story short then: there's a poster or sign in the Khrusupha offices (according to someone from my school who was on an errand there) that mentioned or advertised applying for full licence based on a special request put forward by the school. That's all the info I got so far but it's legit, and of interest (to me at least) as it chimes in with the other unconnected rumors I've seen floating about on the web. The school are looking into this further as it interests them also. I'll post any further news I may hear about it at a later date. It has definitely piqued my interest...


Other news:

I've been inquiring in other posts previously about courses accepted by Khrusupha for teacher licensing and I recall some saying that no official list of 'officially' accepted courses exists or is available. Yesterday I was provided with a list of Khrusupha accepted courses from my school, in PDF format (they had been investigating the eligibility of my course with Khrusupha directly). There appear to be quite a number of other courses outlined on the list but it's all in Thai so I'm not exactly sure what they are.

Is there anyone on here that's proficient at reading and understanding Thai, and that's willing to take a look and offer some insights for the rest of us? If so, then I'll upload the file here. It may offer some peace of mind for those who find themselves in an informational limbo, like I did.

DG wai

bahn_farang

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I could translate it if you send it through to me

DigitalGypsy

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bahn_farang wrote:I could translate it if you send it through to me

Just sent you a pm.

DG

bahn_farang

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Sadly. as we discussed, the only program on the list which would be available to the average foreign teacher would be ABAC.

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