Discussion in 'Qualifications & Courses' started by po3try, 25 Jun 2015.
hmm. Wonder why some of you have it and some of us don't?
Happy New Year and maybe a Happy Mia Noi?
I've finally done all my assignments for the DipED and need to send my portfolio in. Does anybody have the address?
Thanks a lot in advance !!!!
Saen Sabai & Robertine Global Education
120/194 Ratchaprarop Road,
(02) 656 3159
You’ll need this address again in a few months to send the requirements for graduation. Authenticated degree certificate, transcripts, copy of passport etc.
Thanks a lot and sorry for my late answer.
Non-Bangkok group 2nt term IFUGAO DipED
Bangkok group 2nt term IFUGAO DipED
Should you need a few things, please feel free to send a little text.
P.S., What happened to some of you guys? Downgraded from W 10 to 8?
Anyone have an update as to the success having the IFUGAO diploma processed for two year temporary and especially five year license?
I got a waiver with no fuss at all after completing that course. I am going to try for the licence as soon as the term opens again...
The same for me in February, 4th waiver granted with no issues with a certificate of completion from St Roberts. Khrusapa said getting the full licence wouldn't be a problem. Like all of us, I'll feel happier when I actually have the full licence in my hand.
great to hear! congrats
Don't be too quick with the congratulations! I'm not celebrating until the gold card is in my hands. However the woman from khruspa who dealt with my waiver application, did say that once I've got my final certificate, it should all be a formality. I have also started to get some paperwork prepared at school, as I believe two Thai teachers need to assess your teaching and sign you off. Grace from St Roberts seemed to think that I would not need my bachelors degree authenticating, as they just go on your highest degree. I'm in the UK at the moment so I'm going to get a sealed letter sent from my uni to my school and home address, just in case, as it was pain in the arse to do it when St Roberts wanted it.
Looks like we're in exactly the same boat. Goodluck with it. I am really looking forward to holding that licence in my hand....once its ours, its ours.
By the way, have any of you noticed any teaching ads that stipulate 'must hold teachers licence'? I am not looking for a job at the moment but am wondering. Now that there does seem to be a fairly sure method for farangs with Bachelor Degrees to get the Diploma AND Licence I am wondering if its filtering through.....possibly bumping up some salary offers!!!??? Is the message getting out that more are getting fully licenced? I would like to think it will make a difference for me in future. The school I am working at now doesnt seem to give a fig about it. Happy where I am for medium term at least......
@ Spidey - what I notice in job ads is indeed the requirement for a teacher license or at least being elegible for a next provisional teaching permit.
Hope springs.. when it comes to salary increases, but having the card may prove the deciding point between two candidates for a job. If you are in your twenties, are female, have lily white skin the card will boost you chances against a similar candidate.
My school also cares little that I have a card and will care equally when I finish my masters. This bothers me not since I have hopes and dreams that my current employer could never provide.
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