Asia

4) Learn to Teach English as a Second Language in Asia

Asia’s Center for TESOL in Chiang Mai, Thailand, will be running another class from February 22 to March 25. They will also be teaching TESOL in several other countries that cannot be listed here for security reasons, so feel free to contact them directly for more options. These are five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate. For the first three weeks the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4. For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening. This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching). Fly to Thailand for the course and get the missionary rate. Contact Melody for application forms or more information:
infothaiatactesoldotcom or see

http://www.actesol.com

for more prices and other information.

12) TESOL Training in Chiang Mai

tesolHere’s a TESOL training course with Asia’s Center for TESOL, October 13-November 14 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. There are only 5 places left. Asia’s Center for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate. This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. For the first three weeks the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4. For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening. This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching). Contact Kathy for application forms or more information:
khenwoodatactesoldotcom or see

http://www.actesol.com/

5) Calling All Those Interested in the Hui and Dungan peoples —

Copyright HolderThere is a growing network of ministries, churches and cross-cultural workers coming together in a more collaborative effort to multiply disciples and churches among the Hui & Dungan peoples in East & Central Asia. As part of this growing movement, a group of workers will be hosting a Stateside conference July 11-12 in Spartanburg, SC. If you are interested in exploring ways to get involved among the Hui & Dungan or you are already involved, they invite you to join them this coming July. Field workers, partnered churches and indigenous believers (given that Visas are issued) will be attending. For more information, contact Steve at
srcatsilkroadcatalystdotcom . Steve will email you the specifics and how to register. Registration cost is only $30 before June 15 and three meals will be provided. Home stays are also available but space is limited.

5) Asia’s Center for TESOL classes in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Asia’s Center for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate. This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. Learn more at…

http://www.actesol.com

Many continue to pay high prices to take a very similar courses around the world. This course is offered at a non-profit price, for missionary budgets. In this case, it might well be that you get MORE than you pay for. :-)

10) Learn to Teach TESOL in Asia

Asia’s Center for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate.  This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.  For the first three weeks, the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4.  For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening.  This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching. Course dates for 2013: August 12 through September 13 and November 11 through December 13. For more info, click to

http://www.actesol.com

or contact Melody

infothaiatactesoldotcom

9) Asia’s Center for TESOL Invites You

Asia’s Center for TESOL invites you to TESOL training in Chiang Mai, Thailand, February 25-March 29. Asia’s Center for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) conducts intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate.  This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.  For the first three weeks the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4.  For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening.  This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching. The same course is taught in Manila April/May if that is better for your schedule. Contact Melody,

infothaiatactesoldotcom for more information, look at or

http://www.actesol.com

 

8) Get Certified in Teaching English while Living Overseas

TESOL

TESOL

From Jan. 7 through Feb. 8, 2012, Asia’s Center for TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) will conduct an intensive, five-week courses leading to a TESOL certificate.  This certificate is supported by Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.  For the first three weeks the classes are Monday-Friday, 8-4.  For the last two weeks, the classes are 8-12, followed by a two-hour practicum in the afternoon or evening.  This totals 120 hours in class and 20 hours of practicum (10 hours observing and 10 hours teaching. The same course is taught in Manila April/May if that is better for your schedule. For more information see…

http://www.actesol.com

or contact Melody…

infothaiatactesoldotcom

9) Heart For Asia Conference —

You’re invited to the free annual OMF Heart for Asia Conference scheduled for Saturday, October 20 at Fujian Evangelical Church at 12200 Blundell Road, Richmond. This conference is open to all. A light lunch will be provided (by donation). Registration will open at 9:00 am and the conference will run from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. This year’s keynote speaker is David Ullstrom, missionary in Taiwan, with other missionaries sharing their experiences as well. Register early by phoning OMF at 604-278-1208 or email
cadotbcdotrmcatomfmaildotcom

10) Heart For Asia Conference (Victoria) —

You’re invited to the free annual OMF Heart for Asia Conference scheduled for Saturday, October 27 at Victoria Chinese Pentecostal Church, 2215 Dowler Place, Victoria. This conference is open to all. A light lunch will be provided (by donation). Registration will open at 9:30 am and the conference will run from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. This year’s keynote speaker is David Ullstrom, missionary in Taiwan, with other missionaries sharing their experiences as well. Register early by phoning OMF at 604-278-1208 or 1-866-552-2157 or email
cadotbcdotrmcatomfmaildotcom

7) “Mission Field at Your Doorstep” —

OMF International has designed this seminar to “Unlock the East Asian Diaspora.” Hear Carolyn Kemp and David Sorteberg  (OMF International Directors of Diaspora Ministries) on February 4, 2012 (9:00 am-4:00 pm) at Granville Chapel (5901 Granville St, Vancouver, BC) at a free seminar with light lunch provided. For more information, email…

pacificregionatshawlinkdotca

or call 604-278-1208 in Canada.

8) Caravan Characters Help Children with Missions and Asian Culture —

Love to see children get excited about Jesus? Want to help them grow an interest in missions and Asian culture? The Caravan now has 16 characters to help kids learn truths from the Bible while exploring Asian culture. Check out the free new stories, coloring sheets, games, activities, and fun facts at:

 

http://www.caravanfriends.org/

 

Be sure to join Zeke and his friends on all their adventures!

 

6) Interested in minority languages in the Eurasia region?

Media, Communications, and IT experts, as well as linguists, translators, and ethnomusicologists, will meet near Frankfurt, Germany 21 September to 01 October, 2010, for the Eurasia Media and Distribution Consultation. For information contact

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12) OMF Heart For Asia Conference in Canada

omfCatch it on October 24, Saturday, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Vancouver Chinese Lutheran Church, 1005 Kensington Avenue (at Curtis), Burnaby, B.C., Canada. This is open to everybody. Hear what God is doing in East Asia, discuss missions, and explore opportunities. Still-very-much-active OMF Retiree Frank Wuest will give the devotions. Light lunch is provided (by donation). Hear workers recently returned from East Asia. For more info, email

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or log on at

http://www.omf.org/canada/

7) Need Quality Video & Photographs?

… of minority people groups and general lifestyle in SE Asia? Check out the growing portfolio of media resources for SE Asian based missions at

http://www.istockphoto.com/oneclearvision

This material is available at very reasonable royalty free rates. Purchasing it will not only enhance your next video, power point or brochure, but it will also help fund the work of Acts Multimedia in providing affordable custom services for missions. For more info send them an email

ICCM-Asia Conference

Registrations are open for the second ICCM-Asia conference. This conference is for those involved in Information Technology and cross-cultural work in Asia, both nationals and expatriates. It will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, October 27-30, 2008. The keynote speaker has experience in online pastor training, internet cafes and IE in Asia. As well as technical topics there will be discussions around BAM. The Early Bird Discount finishes on September 8, 2008. So visit

or email

for more information.
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