There is a touch of mystery in this ‘wonderland, ‘called, Cambodia. Tourists are mesmerized by its natural beauty, tropical forests, the meandering rivers, the gushing waterfalls and virgin beaches. The country is bestowed with a certain magnetic power which beckons tourists from near and far. Welcome to this beautiful country with a very fascinating history which makes you sit back and think. After years of political turmoil, Cambodia has opened its doors for tourists and is looking up again with its first step towards development and economic boom, greatly contributed by the tourism industry.
Situated on the Indochinese peninsula, Cambodia shares its border with Thailand and Laos in the North and Vietnam on the south and east. On the west lies the Gulf of Thailand. Generally a fertile land, paved with alluvial soil, this country boasts of several rivers and mountain ranges.
Phnom Penh, the rich and vibrant capital of Cambodia, is also a seat of politics, religion, economy and intellect. Often ignored by the tourists on their way to Angkor, this city has it all. Angkor Wat, built by the Khmer between the 7th and the 11th century, is basking in grandeur. This magnificent landmark reflects the influence of two religions, Hinduism and Buddhism and draws pilgrims from all around the globe. However the real fervour of Cambodia lies in the country side and without a trip through the lush green paddy fields and swaying sugar palms, your visit to the country will remain incomplete.
ESL teachers with a TEFL certification is eligible to teach anywhere in the world. English as a language is in great demand in Cambodia and a great number of private, publics and language schools are coming up in the country. However, there is a dearth of skilled English teachers in Cambodia.. Asian College of Teachers has stepped in to meet the growing demand of trained English teachers with an internationally accredited TESOL course.
Enrolling in the TESOL course with Asian College of Teachers is not only about being a trained ESL teacher but it is an experience in itself. The TESOL course is an adventure that you undertake while building your management skills. Teaching is not a profession but a passion, a way of contributing to society and making a difference to lives. The 150 hour TESOL course contributes to your personality development and creates awareness about being a citizen of the world. You teach and travel and enjoy the country not as a tourist but as a citizen.
Although there is a great demand for ESL teachers but at times it gets difficult for a foreigner to land up with the right job. ACT gives its trainees whole hearted job assistance in a foreign land. We not only spread awareness but we build relationships, for life.