• Chiang MaiDec 26@ 10:27 ampat mcnaughton

    Entrust TEFL joins Royal Thai Immigration to raises awareness of Human Trafficking Video

    Human trafficking is a pressing issue the world over and particularly in Thailand, where the mistreatment of migrant labour from Myanmar and other neighbouring countries has been a long-standing problem. Entrust TEFL joined the Royal Thai Immigration Bureau on the streets of the old city in Chiang Mai to tackle this challenge through awareness raising. In attendance were local Immigration Bureau +

  • 10 Questions most people ask themselves when picking a TEFL / TESOL company in Thailand Text

    TEFLKrabiChiang MaiLegalEducationFeb 15@ 5:18 ampat mcnaughton

    As strange as that sounds, most TEFL / TESOL providers in Thailand are not legally registered businesses. They operate purely as a website and rent out conference rooms at a hotel or resort to provide the training.  If they are not a legally registered business, there will be zero legitimacy or consumer protection.  Holding a company registration should be the first basic element to look for as it sets a foundation of trust for the rest of the business. Rest assured, Entrust TEFL is a fully registered and bonded company +

  • Why should I choose Entrust TEFL? Text

    EducationTeacher LifestyleTeach to TravelTEFLJan 22@ 4:21 amMichelle Geldenhuys

    Making the decision to leave home and teach English abroad or simply just to travel and work abroad can be somewhat daunting. There are so many agencies who claim to know it all. There is certainly no shortage of TEFL courses abroad either. At first you may choose to teach English in Thailand but after some time you may feel the urge to travel and explore other countries. Wouldn’t it then make more sense to earn a qualification that is recognized globally? You can travel to any country of your choice +

  • Entrust TEFL joins Royal Thai Immigration to raises awareness of Human Trafficking Video

    Chiang MaiDec 26@ 10:27 ampat mcnaughton

    Human trafficking is a pressing issue the world over and particularly in Thailand, where the mistreatment of migrant labour from Myanmar and other neighbouring countries has been a long-standing problem. Entrust TEFL joined the Royal Thai Immigration Bureau on the streets of the old city in Chiang Mai to tackle this challenge through awareness raising. In attendance were local Immigration Bureau division heads as well as the general commissioner on Immigration, who travelled from Bangkok to join the march. Speeches were given in both Thai and English, with Entrust staff calling +

  • Oct 10@ 1:22 ampat mcnaughton

    Krabi’s Islands Text

    A traditional starting point and base for visitors, there’s considerably more to find around the provincial capital of Krabi than +

  • Oct 8@ 1:34 ampat mcnaughton

    Thailand on a Plate Text

    One of everyone’s favourite parts of living in or visiting Thailand has got to be the deliciously spicy food and +