LanguageCorps - Teach English in China' TEFL Certification
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- Pre-departure job-placement assistance
- All course materials and use of all training center facilities including internet access
- Accommodations can be arranged for an additional cost
With LanguageCorps in China, you will first participate in a four-week intensive TESOL training and certification in Cambodia, then be placed in a teaching job at an affiliated school in China. The certification program in Cambodia includes 100 hours of in-class training and 20 hours of teaching practice with local students. Students have the opportunity to network with other LanguageCorps participants teaching English in Asia. You have to opportunity to explore Cambodia with two excursions, a welcome tour of Phnom Pneh and a three-day trip to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
As part of LanguageCorps' teach in China program, you are guaranteed job placement in China with good pay and benefits. All schools conform to local laws and provide work visas for you to teach in China. Your teaching job placement in China will be dependent on your individual qualifications and preferences. A bachelor's degree is required for this program.
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- Lifetime job-finding assistance
- Internationally accredited TESOL Certificate
- Pre-departure job placement
- Broaden your professional contacts by creating a network with other LanguageCorps teachers.
- Prepare for a successful, highly rewarding teaching career anywhere in the world
Response from LanguageCorps
We are very sorry to hear about your negative experience in Cambodia.
Please rest assured that we are addressing this with our staff and partners in Asia, and everybody is in agreement that in no way is it acceptable to encourage this sort of behavior.
We have been operating in Asia for over ten years now, helping thousands of people to teach English successfully, and the vast majority of our participants have had very positive experiences. There are certain realities to life in the region that are unfortunately out of our control, and staff does address such situations during orientation as part of overall safety concerns.
In this context, our director discusses how important it is NOT to do drugs in these countries since their governments have zero tolerance for Westerners who come for that purpose. We at LanguageCorps want to ensure that we provide the necessary knowledge so that our participants do not run afoul of the authorities and have a safe and rewarding experience. We have touched base with other participants to see if they felt any of our staff had promoted such activities and the response was a uniform no, but we will continue to make sure that trainers and staff understand the seriousness of such concerns.
If you have any other questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The LanguageCorps Team