Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen (It's the early afternoon here in the UK anyway), It's been a while since I have been on this forum, I hope everyone has been keeping well. Wasn't sure which section to post this is, but seeing as the teacher's license is my biggest issue, I shall post it here. As some of you may remember, I moved to Thailand in 2011 and long story short, I obtained my 1st waiver for a school that I didn't even start at. Obtained my 3rd waiver in August 2014. I had previousy been studying for Krusapha's tests which they then pulled. Around August 2015 I decided that I would be leaving Thailand after that school year to see how it goes back home in the UK, which is where I am now. I moved back at the end of May this year. I have been back in the UK for 2 months and I wouldn't say leaving Thailand was a mistake as I needed at least a long break, but I now feel ready to return and resume teaching. My issue however, is that I have now used 3 waivers. If I were to return to Thailand what would be the best method and way to go about doing this? I am interested in studying whilst back there. Would it have to be a case of look for work in a language centre or university, and if employed by one of those establishments, then study for a diploma in Education? Would it be possible to enroll on a diploma course, then look for work in a Thai school and then apply for a 4th waiver? What do you think the chances would be of going about it this way? Would Krusapha take kindly to the fact that it would be a 4th waiver at a new school? I would be looking at moving to either bkk or Chiang Mai. I know I have asked a lot of questions here in one go, but any help would be gratefully appreciated. Many thanks, Mr Pete.