The dress code for in-class sessions at the training
centre is ‘Smart Casual’*. No baseball caps or hats.
Females - blouse/shirt/dress which covers the shoulders and midriff, polo shirts are fine (no plunging necklines)
Males - business shirt (can be short-sleeved) or polo shirt
When conducting teaching practices in schools and resorts/businesses, the dress code is as follows:
Business shirt (can be short-sleeved) or polo shirt
Socks and covered shoes
A tie is not necessary
Long pants or skirt to below knee length
Blouse/shirt which covers the shoulders and midriff, polo shirts are fine (no plunging necklines)
Sandals are ok, no flip-flops
Tattoos should be covered, where possible
Piercing should be removed whilst teaching
In general Thai teachers dress very conservatively. As guests in their schools it’s important that we adhere to this dress code in order not to offend.