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King's College of English (Thailand)

Unread postby JohnnyUnusual » Mon Jul 23, 2012 1:59 pm

I was wondering if anyone has ever taught there or know if it is reputable. The link for the job is below, so if anyone sees anything suspect in the ad, I'd like to know. Thank you.

http://www.tefl.com/jobs/job.html?jo_id=48670

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Re: King's College of English (Thailand)

Unread postby johnsimpson » Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:46 am

Bumped up with Spam I know, but the above top link still might be useful. tefl.com is a good place to find esl jobs, and true there is no guarantee that all jobs advertised are reputable. Always check up on their websites, as all reputable schools have a good website. This one looks impressive. http://www.kingsthailand.com/hiring_procedure.php

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Re: King's College of English (Thailand)

Unread postby Satisfied » Thu May 05, 2016 1:15 pm

JohnnyUnusual wrote:I was wondering if anyone has ever taught there or know if it is reputable. The link for the job is below, so if anyone sees anything suspect in the ad, I'd like to know. Thank you.

http://www.tefl.com/jobs/job.html?jo_id=48670


JohnnyUnusual: Yes, I worked there from September 1999 to November, 2001. It has three branches in Bangkok: SCB Plaza, Bangna, and one other address which escapes me at the moment.

I can vouch that it was a good organization when I worked there, having a good sense of family between the foreign teachers and Thai staff.

The bulk of teaching is done on the weekends, when things can get very busy and hectic. Then for the rest of the week, it can be quite relaxed. Two days off are allowed: either on Mon. and Tue., or Thu. and Fri. I worked at the SCB branch.


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