TEFL Jobs in Burma - Thai-Burma Border
Qualify to teach English in Burma with a TEFL Scotland course
Where is it based?
Burma offers many delights: jungles, mountains and unspoiled beaches are combined with a rich heritage and vibrant culture. Two millennia of Buddhist art, architecture and archaeology survive in the great Chindwin, Irrawaddy and Salween valleys, including 3000 standing monuments at Pagan. It is a fabulous country to experience whilst volunteering as a teacher.
What you need to know:
- Post location: Burma
- Length of contract? At least 3 months
- Paid or Voluntary? Voluntary
- Wages: Not specified
- Is housing included? No
Dependent on specific placement
What do these TEFL positions in Burma entail?
Volunteering on the Thai-Burma border, you will be predominantly involved with English training programs and skills workshops. This position would best suit someone flexible as sometimes, volunteers may be asked to assist with other activities such as fundraising, multimedia communication or journalism.Depending on where you are placed, you may be provided with free accommodation and meals. Living conditions are basic but clean, with 2 to 3 rice-based meals per day. In some circumstances organisations cannot host their volunteers, and in those cases, volunteers will have to pay for their own housing and meals. This scheme works with a number of host organisations in the border area. Specific host organisation details will be sent out after the security check is completed on orientation, due to the continuous changes to border security.
- TEFL Scotland certificate: 120-hour
- Required to be native English speaker? No
- University degree needed? No
Would you like to teach English in Burma?
Already completed a TEFL Scotland course?
Job Reference BURMABM
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