About This CourseBeginner
Do you want to teach English Abroad?
Have you ever thought of teaching English as a second language?
Are you looking to start your career as an ESL teacher in Thailand but you are feeling overwhelmed with information?
Do you want to take a gap year to teach English in Thailand but are scared to take the initial step?
Is living in Thailand your ultimate dream but you do not know how to make a living here?
Teaching ESL in Thailand is rewarding and allows for an amazing lifestyle. This course will empower you with everything you need to know about teaching in Thailand.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge to teach English in Thailand.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
Get started today and learn how you can teach English in Thailand!
About the Instructor:
Live the life you have desired by having the confidence to go out and get it!
Larissa is a location independent lifestyle- and confidence coach who specializes in helping women design the life they deserve to have. She is the author of The Douchebag Diaries, a personal development book aimed at helping women make better relationship decisions.
With her background in Industrial Psychology and expertise as a Confidence Coach, she has helped thousands of women improve their interpersonal skills to further their careers and personal lives. With experience in group- and personal coaching, she managed to leave the corporate world to focus all her time and energy on her passion of transforming the lives of women.
Want to work with Larissa?
Enroll today, create change, and be amazing!
Pros And Cons To Living And Working In Thailand
Think About This First
Location, Location, Location!
Requirements For Teaching In Thailand
English As YOUR Second Language
How To Apply For English Teaching Positions?
Do This And You Are Guaranteed To Find Work!
How To Prepare For Your Interview
Important Questions To Ask Your Potential Employer
A Final Note