During my year of doing my A levels, I ran a small home tutoring group for junior high school students. I assisted them with their English Literature studies. This enabled the students to achieve improved grades and provided me with initial experience in the industry I wished to be a part of. Whilst I travelled for three months in Israel, I conducted conversational English sessions with foreign travel let’s at the hostels I was working for. This was done on a volunteer basis. I then entered the formal teaching work place by accepting a position in a private school in Bangkok, Thailand. I was hired as a grade 1 English teacher at Chok Chai Haitairaj where I taught English as a second language to Thai students. My hours where from 7:30 a.m to 3:30 p.m daily, Monday to Friday and I also taught Saturday school from 8 am to 12 noon after I was approached by school management requesting me to join this prestigious program that they ran. My role was an all-encompassing teaching position wherein I did all the lesson plans, both daily and weekly. I devised all necessary tasks and activities as well as tests and projects required in this role. I did twenty two hours a week of teaching time with the balance of my work day taken up by performing administrative tasks, bookmarking, preparation and planning. I now wish to embark on an online teaching career whilst I further my tertiary education.