ATPAC stands for Adventist Teachers & Publishing Access Club, the very first official Adventist teachers and publishing workers’ organization in Thailand.
A group of Filipino teachers have considered Thailand to be their international field trip destination.
The cost of the said convention is 1,500.00 baht which includes three days and two nights stay, seven healthy buffet meals, souvenir T-shirt and program materials.
They have already produced numerous professionals and educators since its operation eight years ago.
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Topics for two-day congress will focus on English Language Teaching (ELT) and Financial Literacy.
Two distinguished Thai educators delivered the commencement address and inspirational message.
ETEEAP is a special program for those who are working for years in a particular field without college diploma.
Survey Question: What are the schools in Thailand with the most number of Filipino teachers? Please comment the name of the school, its location and the approximate or exact number of Filipinos who work there.
The schedule of photoshoot for the Philippine Christian University’s Bachelor of Science in Education will be on September 4, 2016 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm at St Robert’s Global in Pratunam.