There’s no doubt about it, teaching English in Vietnam, Cambodia and elsewhere in the word is a wise career move. The demand for dynamic, qualified English language teachers is extremely high. So high, AVSE-TESOL offers guaranteed employment to graduates of our TESOL/TEFL course held in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Phnom Penh.
All of our TESOL/TEFL trainers have been where you are now and understand where you want to go. Moreover, AVSE has specialist staff based at each of our training locations who’ll work with you, side-by-side, to land that all-important first teaching job. Over the past 10 years we’ve had great success placing graduates of our TESOL/TEFL course in paid employment, mostly within 14 days of completing the study programme.
You may ask: how can any organisation offer guaranteed employment? It’s a fair question. Our response is:
- Every application for our TESOL/TEFL programme is thoroughly vetted;
- We offer a quality product that is Australian Government accredited and internationally recognised;
- Our TESOL/TEFL trainers and tutors are qualified, professional educators who know how to equip people with the skills they need to embark on a career path teaching English;
- We have an established network of partner schools and language centres built up over many years working in the TESOL /TEFL sector; and
- Trainees are made aware before they join our programme that they have obligations that must be fulfilled – successfully completing the necessary assessment tasks and conducting themselves in a professional manner are just two of these obligations.
So, what is the bottom line?
Typically, jobs teaching English in Vietnam and Cambodia allow our TESOL/TEFL graduates to take home somewhere between US $1,000.00 and US $2,000.00 per month, depending on where the teacher works, how many hours they work and the availability of non-income benefits such as accommodation, transport and free utilities. Most employers quote and pay a net salary and then deal with the local Taxation Department on teacher’s behalf.
With the cost of living in Vietnam and Cambodia being a fraction of what it is in most developed countries, English language teachers in this part of the world can realistically expect to save at least half of their income without cutting corners. Teaching English as a second language certainly provides stable, ongoing employment, pays a decent income and allows for an excellent lifestyle.
AVSE-TESOL has a record of achievement
At the end of the day, ‘the proof is in the pudding’. AVSE-TESOL can point to more than 3000 people who have successfully completed our training course and embarked on a rewarding career teaching English in Vietnam, Cambodia and in other countries. The vast majority of these folks landed their first teaching job with support from us and they’re pleased to share their personal experience in the event you’d like to know more.