TEFL Phnom Penh
4 Week On-site TEFL Course and Teach English in Cambodia!
TEFL Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh, pronounced puh- nom pen, is the capital city of Cambodia. With an estimated population of three million people spread across 679 square kilometres, or just over 921 miles, this bustling city is full of life.
Although Phnom Penh is relatively small when compared to other capital cities in Southeast Asia, it boasts a character of its own, developed through almost 100 years of French occupation, long-lasting warfare with Vietnam, and more recently, a booming economy.
4 Week On-site TEFL Course in Phnom Penh
Open the door to a TEFL career!Book TEFL Phnom Penh - US $1,798.00
On-site TEFL Course4 week government regulated TEFL course in Phnom Penh
Teaching practice with real ESL learnersIncludes minimum 14 hours assessed Teaching Practice
Meet fellow studentsWelcome party
Convenient accommodation25 night hotel stay included
Expert tuitionLearn in-class with experienced tutors
Access employment opportunitiesLaunch a rewarding career as an ESL teacher
Explore Phnom PenhCity Tour
Learn with qualified assessorsUnder strict, Australian Government compliance standards
Spread the costPayment plans available
English teacher jobs in Phnom Penh
Alongside other countries in Southeast Asia, the low- cost lifestyle and the freedom to explore have led to an influx of English teacher jobs in Phnom Penh.
Across the city, you can find a hidden ex-pat community all funding their love of travel by working English teaching jobs in Phnom Penh.
But why choose a TEFL job in Phnom Penh?
Course dates for TEFL Phnom Penh
Interested in joining us to teach English in Phnom Penh?
TEFL UK has got you covered! Sign up today for our TESOL course in Phnom Penh and launch your exciting new career teaching English in Southeast Asia.
We are now taking bookings for 2024 - start any month!
Accommodation with TEFL Phnom Penh
While you are completing your TESOL training, you will stay in the Best Central Point Hotel.
Your 25- night stay is included in the fee for the TESOL programme. Your hotel is located within easy walking distance of essentials such as restaurants, pubs, pharmacies, banks, laundry services, the Central Market, medical facilities – and most importantly, the ELT Institute where your training will take place.
This will give you as long as possible to sleep in and recharge your batteries, while also making sure you have everything you need close at hand.
During your stay, you will be allocated your own room complete with an ensuite bathroom and all the facilities you will need, including a comfortable double bed, desk, chair, small fridge, television, air conditioner, and a place to hang your clothes.
The fixtures and fittings in each room are what you’d expect to find in a basic hotel in a developing country and will keep you comfortable, but if you would prefer to find your own accommodation, then you can exclude accommodation from your TESOL package and receive a refund of US $100.00 per room.
Things to do in Phnom Penh
While Phnom Penh’s colonial past is evident all around you, even if old buildings aren’t your thing, the city offers plenty to do and see.
Cultural spots such as the Buddhist temple Wat Phnom, the Royal Palace, and the National Museum are all worth visiting to learn more about Cambodia and its capital.
For drinks and meals after work, the Riverside precinct in Phnom Penh is the place to be for nightlife entertainment. In this area, you’ll find everything you need to have a great night out, including:
- street food vendors
- international restaurants
- coffee shops
- music venues
- pool halls, and
- a terrific boardwalk along the Tonle Sap River.
For those who prefer to shop until they drop, the AEON Mall is the largest western-style shopping centre in Phnom Penh. Pretty much everything that you’d find in a large mall in your home country can be found here, including fast food favourites such as McDonalds and KFC!
Enjoy public holidays in Phnom Penh
Worried about fitting in some exploration alongside your TEFL teaching position?
Cambodia has more public holidays than any other country, allowing you to visit places slightly further afield without taking leave from your English teaching job in Phnom Penh.
We highly recommend a trip to see:
- Kep- a nearby town where you can visit the daily crab market and see what traditional life is like in Cambodia.
- Angkor Wat- a huge temple complex and the largest religious monument in the world.
- The various beautiful islands off the coast of Sihanoukville.
Now you know all about the city, what will it be like to complete the TEFL TESOL programme in Phnom Penh?
School life with TEFL Phnom Penh
Once you have settled in Cambodia, TESOL training will begin. The programme in Phnom Penh takes place in an actual school environment from day one, in one of the largest, privately-owned schools in Cambodia, with nearly 1,500 students from all ages and backgrounds.
This will give you excellent experience working with children of all ages, and from all walks of life.
The TESOL course is deliberately intensive, covering a wide range of knowledge and skills-related work to get through in a relatively short period of time. As such, you should prepare yourself for a busy few weeks and throw yourself into every experience.
You can be sure, however, of the comprehensive support and care you will receive from our team on the ground in Phnom Penh. The team are dedicated, and highly professional and will be by your side every step of the way.
Our partner school in Cambodia has been delivering government-regulated TESOL programmes in Phnom Penh for more than a decade. This means that they know the city well, including where the best ESL teaching jobs are available, which will help you to find your English teacher job in Phnom Penh at the end of the course.
Public transport in Phnom Penh
If you aren’t a big walker, have no fear, because Phnom Penh is well-serviced by public transport.
Buses leave from Phnom Penh regularly for outlying provinces and neighbouring countries, including Vietnam, Thailand and Laos, providing a great base for future travel on days off from your English teacher job in Phnom Penh.
Public transport remains very affordable, too, with a trip from Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam only costing US $12.00, around £9.71, for the 6.5-hour journey.
This means that whether you are exploring other parts of Cambodia itself, or going further afield on your days off, transport in Phnom Penh remains easy, affordable, and simple.
Alternatively, for shorter journeys, you can join the locals and travel around Phnom Penh by tuk-tuk. Fast, agile, and exhilarating, after a bit of haggling, crossing the city could cost you no more than US $1.00 per kilometre - plus you’ll be doing your bit to keep this iconic form of transport alive and well.
Perfect if you are heading out to eat or explore after your TEFL English class.