Applying to an international school job webinar

Published on 12th April, 2016 by Owen Richards. Published in For Candidates / TIC News / TIC Social

Get advice from the experts in our upcoming webinar

Applying to an international school for a teaching job is very different to applying to a job in your home country. You’ll need to know the answers to such questions as: What information does an international school need on my CV or resume? What qualities are international schools looking for in good candidates? And what sort of experience? What salary and benefits packages can I expect? And how do I work out which schools are good and reputable international schools?

You will find the answers to all these questions during a free webinar for teachers on Thursday 28th April. You can participate in the live webinar from anywhere in the world. It will take place at two different times that day: at 1pm or 6pm UK time (UTC) – or you can obtain a copy of the webinar after the event.

The webinar will be presented by Andrew Wigford, Managing Director of TIC Recruitment, one of the world’s leading specialist recruiters for international schools.

Don’t know what a webinar is?

A webinar is a seminar that is held online which means you can participate wherever you are in the world through your computer, tablet or mobile. A webinar is fully interactive, allowing you to ask your own questions and have them answered. A webinar can be recorded which means that if you are not available at the scheduled time, you can watch it later when it works for you.

Interested and would like to participate in one of the live webinars?

Select one of the webinar times below. Once you have registered for the webinar time of your choice, you will be emailed a link with details of how to join the webinar.

1pm 28th April 2016

6pm 28th April 2016

Not available at the scheduled times but would like a copy of the webinar? 

Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to register. A link to the recorded webinar will be emailed to you shorty after April 28th.

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Owen Richards

Owen works in media relations and marketing. His main focus is working with the press on features about teachers who have moved overseas to teach internationally.