Teach abroad(3 Posts)
ElizabethJeanMcBricker Fri 01-Dec-17 22:35:10
MightyOWL Fri 01-Dec-17 07:57:33
ElizabethJeanMcBricker Thu 30-Nov-17 07:12:51
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Maybe I should look more into TEFL as I'm not sure about committing to 2 years just yet!
I wonder if I'd need a TEFL qualification if I'm already a qualified teacher?
I teach abroad and am a parent governor for another International School.
Getting a term or two teaching TEFL would be quite easy.
If you want a proper contract teaching at a British International school, most of these will be at least a two year contract (esp if in the Middle East or Asia where British schools are so prolific)
Working in the ME or Asia - you need a fixed term contract to apply for a working visa. This obviously doesn't apply in Europe (at the moment!) so you might be better looking for a Mat Leave Cover in Europe?
I was wondering if anyone knows of any way to teach abroad, without committing for a whole year?
I'm keen to have a term or two teaching (preferably in a British primary school rather than TEFL), but have only come across year long contracts.
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