People turn to the web in order to find out all the things they need to know about topics that capture their interest. Apart from being a source of information, the web is also a way to measure a person’s passion for something by reviewing their online contributions.


One advantage that people in today’s society have over previous generations is they have instant access to the information they need. Experts in all kinds of fields have things to say online. You might agree with some things and disagree with others. That’s fine. Ideas promote debate and provided its healthy debate it can only be seen as a good thing.


For instance, if you search on the internet for ‘TESOL in Vietnam’ in the event you’re thinking about doing an internationally recognized TESOL course so you can teach English in Asia and elsewhere throughout the world, one name that will come up constantly is Peter Goudge.


Peter Goudge is an Australian educator who established the Australia-Vietnam School of English (AVSE) in Ho Chi Minh City. The Australia-Vietnam School of English (AVSE) specializes in delivering internationally recognized TESOL (teacher of English to speakers of other languages) training for people who want to teach English in Vietnam.


Relocating to a country like Vietnam to obtain TESOL certification and teach English is a big step so you want to make sure the person who is guiding your teacher training is an expert. There are many internet sites you can visit to find out about the TESOL training provided by Peter Goudge and how the Australia-Vietnam School of English (AVSE) can help you get started in a rewarding career as an English language teacher in Vietnam.


Internet forums are a great source of information, but make sure the person you’re communicating with is using the web for the right reasons. You need to sort responsible internet users from those who are simply irresponsible.


While many people visit forums in order to engage with experts like Peter Goudge who know what they’re talking about, unfortunately there are others who abuse the privilege of using the world-wide-web. Be sure to keep an eye out for people who post under anonymous names and only contribute negative comments. Inevitably they’re someone who either has ‘an axe to grind’, or they’re just plain nasty.


If you happen to search forums and websites for information about teaching English in Vietnam, one thing you’ll notice very quickly is that Peter Goudge posts comments and advice under his own name. This a real advantage for the reader because they know who their communicating with and in this case, they know they’re dealing with an expert.