Teach English, travel and explore the mysteries of Asia. LanguageCorps Asia unique Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) and Teaching to English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program gives you the opportunity to be internationally employable and to find teaching jobs in China, Cambodia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Asia and throughout the rest of the world.
Teaching English in Asia
This is a once in a lifetime travel adventure inside of Asia for gap year students and university graduates who wants to explore the mysteries of Asia with its diverse rich cultures, amazing unspoiled forests, mountains and beaches and its spectacular architecture.
Teaching English is a great way to to gain new international skills which will make you employable worldwide, to meet new people and understand cultures around the world and to give back to society and improve global communication.
So what can you do?
You can do a TEFL or TESOL training course.
What is a TEFL?
A TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. English teachers who do a TEFL, work in native English Speaking countries like the USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and teach to non native speakers coming into their country to learn English.
What about a TESOL?
A TESOL stands for Teaching to English to Speakers of Other Languages. English teachers who do a TESOL work in non native English speaking countries like Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Taiwan, Philippines, China, Indonesia and Korea teaching English as a second language.
LanguageCorps Asia courses are unique because firstly they provide 144 hours of training which is above the 120 hours TEFL/TESOL training required by most countries. Secondly you get to train with all the other TEFL/ TESOL students from Cambodia, China, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam in one place allowing you to make friends and contacts in other countries. Thirdly you get job assistance in Cambodia, China, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam should you decide to change your mind.
For more information go to http://www.languagecorpsasia.com/