It depends what level of teaching you are looking for. If you want to teach in a university like a Chulalongkorn then you most likely need an agent (not essential). Other places, for example Nakhon Ratchasima University less so. If on the other hand you simply want to reach in your average school, my advice is pay them a visit. Ask around town and speak to other foreign teachers. I know several teachers who have been teaching in Thailand for many years and have all got jobs by simply calling in to schools and enquiring. Good luck with finding something.
It’s good to see a topic of quality being posted for a change.
I think these youngsters are extremely brave kids. They are putting more mature people to shame. I’m disappointed at the reaction their protest has attracted. Millions of people are on the breadline and in deep debt in Thailand. Living in near poverty and with little prospect their kids will have a better life. Here is a group of kids trying to bring about change and people can’t even be bothered to turn out in numbers to support them. Most of these kids come from fairly well off families. I think if I was them, I’d get a McDonalds, Feed my face and get my parents to fund overseas education. Id then get a job outside Thailand and let the place rot!
We started talking about Nana
I was talking in general. I’ve never been one for considering service is about high end or low end. In fact, I find service in some high end venues to be false and uncomfortable. I’ve never been one for wine waiters and having someone place my napkin on my knee.
I think the whole spectrum of Thai customer care has declined. This is part of why Thai Airways is in the mess it’s in.