Is it the end of the 20-hour Thai culture course?

This e-mail from the PSTAT was forwarded to me by one of the schools on its mailing list.
"Dear Teachers,
Please be informed that the Teachers Council of Thailand is making a new policy regarding foreign teachers’ teaching license requirements. And because of this, all seminars / training particularly the 20-hour Thai culture course has been suspended until permission will be granted by their office. Therefore, please inform your friends and colleagues who haven’t taken this course yet to attend this last Thai culture course we are conducting on February 18-20. Kindly give them my number indicated below for registration or forward this e-mail to them.
Sorry for this short-time notice. Thank you
P.S. I will post new policy when finalized
Kind regards, Training Organizer,PSTAT

Bangkok Phil


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