- Age 18 – 60 can apply.
- RSA, USA, AUS, CAN, UK, Namibian & European Passport Holders can apply.
- Good command of English – Positive attitude.
- Valid passport – Apply now if you do not already have one.
- Laptop is required so take one with or buy one on arrival (Tablet/Ipad is not
- No Degree or Experience Required for Cambodia
- Full Support and Assistance – Work on a full work permit
- Teach In Schools in Phnom Pehn Cambodia
- Travel for 3 months to 20yrs + – we have families that do this
- Those with dependents also considered.
- Couples and Friends placed in the same location.
- Min Salary of R13500pm to R20 000pm + www.oanda.com.
- Fantastic Adventure for the young – a life change for the older – 100% Life Changing.
- Non-Caucasian applicants are extremely difficult to place in Cambodia…so no work guarantee.
Work with the Best in a foreign country while changing your life and
living your dreams; you want the best support possible!
Included in the fees quoted if you choose our orientation week are:
Airport Pick Up & Visa Assistance
Resume / CV creation, Lifetime Support & Assistance
Cambodia Bank Account Assistance
SIM card and phone setup
Getting you settled in
Pre-Placement offer before you arrive
Placement at a school
Accommodation $180 – $220 PM, Breakfast included.
Pre and Post arrival support
- Living costs are extremely low – about R4000
-R6000 pm can buy you an apartment, bills, food,
travel costs and more ….. Highly impossible in any
- Salary in CAMBODIA is set to a basic of about
R12 000 – R25 000pm or ($900 – $1200+)
- Dependants can come along, many schools offer
English programs for your children to do their subjects
in English Stay as long as you want.
- Night Markets at 3 AM in the morning – shop till you drop! It’s too cheap to mention!
- Change your life – we have had couples getting engaged in Cambodia, little 3yr olds speaking fluent Khmer after 3 months at school.
- Embracing the future and changing lives!
1. Read this document carefully
2. Submit your CV + recent semi-formal photo intro video
– all can be done via email
3. Wait for job offer
4. Pay placement Fee
5. Book your flight
6. Receive Visa invitation letter and pre-departure info
7. Make sure passport is ready
8. Exchange some USD
9. Pack and off you go
On Arrival in Cambodia
• Look for the driver at the airport.
• Taken to Hotel – use your spending money to pay for your
stay at the hotel this is not included. $180PER MONTH
• Meet and greet the school Principal
• Get Settled in and start teaching
• Assistance with Work Permit
Living cost per month around $400 to $700 from Basic to
Do schools provide lunch?
Depends on the school. Some do and some do not.
Transportation from accommodation to work?
Not provided, but public transport in Cambodia is very good
and there are both scooter and bicycle rentals for
How safe is it around there?
What are the age groups you will be teaching?
Anything from primary school to high school.
Working hours? And days per week?
8 hours per day, only about 4-5 actual “in class” hours though.
Monday to Friday.
Are there sports after school that you<br /> have to attend or teach?
No, but they do have concerts, after school activities every
now and again.
After contract can you still travel in the country or do<br /> you need to be out?
You can stay as long as you like as long as you have a job or
Can one renew working contract and visa<br /> without leaving the country?
How long is the working visa valid for?
1 year and renewable
What type of visa they will be working on?
Tourist visa on entry converted to work permit
What activities are happening during<br /> evenings and weekends?
During the TESOL course, we will give you an idea of what
to do around town, with some cultural events and excursions
planned in advance.
Packing essentials? Sleeping bag, towels?
You can get everything in Cambodia, and it’s very
inexpensive. Some of the accommodation does not have
bedding, but this can be bought
Any Serious laws they are very strict on?
More information regarding couple placement?
same school, maybe schools within the same town.
What is the level English and behaviour of students?
level. Small city, not so good. Thai kids are usually very well
What curriculum will they follow at school?
teachers will need to prepare their own.
Do your colleagues speak English?
Will you work with any special needs children?
What are the expected deductions from your pay<br /> check? Does this differ from school to school?
Yes, some schools take off tax at 3%.
But normally they don’t take off tax for the first year.
Do you get paid overtime?
What are the chances of getting a salary increase?
Depends on how good of a job you do.
Language orientation? How will we understand them?
Where are the best and worst places to work?
offer the best pay.
What is possibility of second job to make more money?
getting extra work on the side.Very possible, making a double salary is very common when getting extra work on the side.
Medical services and insurance?
What is phone and Internet connectivity like?
What if you are unhappy in a job?<br /> Can you get a new one?
the job and they have a good reason, then we can move
them. But they need to understand that this will take a bit of
Dress code for teaching?
How difficult is the TESSOL course? Can one fail?
well, we will spend more time with the applicant to make sure
they pass. We have had people fail or be kicked off, but that
is because of other things like drinking or fighting.
Must you bring your CV. or resume?
When are the school holidays?
private schools, government schools and varsity?
and salary would differ.
Can a participant choose part or full time?
Is religion a big issue?
What happens if you lose your job?<br /> Can you get a new one?
help you find placement if loss of job is your fault.
Are they expected to work during school holidays?
Can you drink tap water?
cheap, just safer to go buy a bottle. But if you happen to get a
mouth full, no need to go to hospital etc.
Time difference between SA and Cambodia?
Would we prefer it if a participant completes the<br /> TESOL/TEFL course online or upon arrival in Cambodia?
• Culture and lessons; Network of friends; Closer teacher /
• Cambodia children are unique, practical training gives the
ap-plicant an opportunity to get to know how to work with
• We are responsible for marketing and preparing the applicant
with all details in RSA. Our Partner/Team in Thailand is
responsible for you once you arrive, placement, and quality
of service. We (or any partner/recruiter from South Africa on
behalf of us) will not be held responsible should any issues for
which the partner in Thailand is responsible for arise.
What are the changes of teaching<br /> English in neighbouring countries?
Is all paperwork and books supplied by the school?
Most of the time. Not all the time.