To add to the above, most countries require at least a bachelor's degree or equivalent to get a work visa.Celtic Pete wrote:1) I would like to teach TEFL (Thailand is my choice, at the moment) however I did not pursue higher education. Many of the sites I have read require BA's in english, does this mean that TEFL is out of my reach? I am 30 years old and although I enjoyed english as a schoolboy, at the time I didn't really enjoy school!
IMO, no. You can't really get any practical experience (a practicum) that way.2) I have been reading information on TEFL courses and am a little nervous as they seem very intense. I am considering doing an online course, in order to learn the basics and to get used to a learning mentality once again. Is this a good idea?
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