Spencer International has worked with the IPST on developing language fluency and proficiency since 2010, a partnership that has seen the growth of confidence in English language use across the organization.
When Neil arrived in Thailand, he had over twenty years of experience in the corporate world behind him. Hailing from England, Neil studied creative media arts and accounting, and as a talented thinker and keen mathematician, enjoyed the challenges and rewards of corporate life in England’s busy and competitive finance sector.
Teaching English in Thailand is a great way to learn more about the people, explore the culture and the country and to get some good teaching experience. Thai students are polite, fun-loving, well-behaved and have a strong study ethic.
As SE Asia develops at breakneck speed, we've been thrilled to be along for the ride. But the journey is by no means over! Our first two decades in the region were phenomenal and we've every reason to believe that the next two decades will be just as challenging, exciting and full of potential as the first.
Spencer International’s interest in technology has given us reason to focus our attention on the way in which modern technology can work to make the lives of teachers easier by closing the information gap, or how it may help learners cope with the demands of learning in modern society.
Good education is not the domain of strictly the affluent, and across Asia hard working students are desperate for opportunities to prove their worth in mainstream education. For this reason, Spencer International works with its outreach programmes to facilitate an equitable sharing of resources.