No need for a T.L. to legally teach in Thailand... only for some of the types of schools/institutes.
Guy Manpoof sux nuts for $$.
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i think you don't need them for any kind of institute, but you need them for any kind of proper school (excepting universities and colleges, just the k-12 stuff). but i'm not 100 percent sure as i've never worked in a place that didn't need one (or any kind of institute).
Imodium can't stop me.
You can legally work at all of the above without a T.L....
if they are not your employer.
If your employer is a language center or agency that outsources you to such an institution on a full-time basis, with the said institution listed as your place of work (not the Lang. Center) you don't need any of the nonsense to be fully legal.
Some people waste their lives jumping through pointless hoops while being taken for fools. In Thailand, there are always loopholes and otherways.
the problem with being 'outsourced' from an agency or institution is that they'll inevitably take a taste of what you'd otherwise be paid. id rather pay the 3,500 baht and one weekend for the Thai culture course and walk away with my full paycheck. loopholes are great... but they're sometimes shaped a lot like a noose.
Many actually enjoy a pay increase when an agency takes over.
A guy on here had that issue a month or two back. Agency took over, the pay went up, but he had issues with something or other.
Thailand: Do your homework and look into everything. Don't start jumping through hoops because some Thai admin says so.
let me guess, you're an agent.
be carefull... his bow tie is really a camera
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