Working at TSC does not guarantee that you will get the job you want; instead, you must follow the guidelines and other rules set by your employer.
A teacher can be fired in the following circumstances
All teachers are urged to follow the instructions given by the employer to avoid problems. If teachers break TSC rules and regulations, for example by having sex with students, they risk being fired.
Teachers are urged to use valid, original documents from the university when applying for jobs, because if you are found guilty of using fake documents when applying for a TSC number, you will be fired and face legal action.
Teachers must act with dignity even if they are not in the classroom, because if they are found guilty of crimes inside or outside the school and are arrested or jailed, TSC will have no choice but to terminate their employment.
Opposing new TSC reform
All teachers must continue to follow the rules set by their employer, as refresher courses are intended for professional development. For example, teachers who refuse to complete the new KBK training will have their salaries cut.
If the teacher is incompetent or has a mental illness that prevents him from performing his duties as required by the employer, he can be removed from the TSC.
A case of death
If a teacher dies, they are automatically removed and the vacancy is vacated.
All teachers are urged to work in accordance with the TSC constitution so as not to lose the jobs they have worked so hard to secure.