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60 credits enough?

Discussion in 'Qualifications & Courses' started by Tonyja, 17 Jan 2017.

  1. Tonyja

    Tonyja Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Would a university certificate of higher education in education that's worth 60 credits be enough to satisfy the current criteria for a work permit if one was still studying for further education credits?
     
  2. ttompatz

    ttompatz Just another teacher

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    Post Bachelor degree then yes, it would be enough for a waiver, or when coupled with a Thai culture course a Thai license.

    If the holder does not have a degree then no. Not enough by 1/2.

    The requirement for a work permit as a teacher is that the applicant must be educated to the degree level.

    This assumed the applicant wanted to be a teacher.
    For non academic rolls (teacher assistant / teacher aid) then possibly.

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    Tonyja Thread Starter Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. I believe the cert of HE is 120 credits anyway but still short of the 360 degree award.
     

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