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Published on 9th March, 2017 by Owen Richards. Published in For Candidates / TIC News

Our upcoming webinar will answer your international school questions

Taking an international school job can be a big step in a teacher’s career – both professionally and personally. If you’re considering a move overseas, you probably have a lot of questions! This is why TIC Director Andrew Wigford is hosting a Teaching Overseas FAQs webinar at 10am GMT, Tuesday 18th April.

Andrew is a former international school teacher and leader himself, as well as helping hundreds of teachers find jobs at international schools as part of TIC. You will be able to ask Andrew any questions you have about teaching overseas live during the webinar, as well as hear questions from many other people – questions you might not have considered yourself!

To register for the webinar, sign up on Webinars on Air now

Please note that you have to be a registered TIC teacher to attend. Register here now.

What is a webinar?

A webinar is a seminar that is held online, which means you can participate where you are in the world through your computer, laptop 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’re not available at the scheduled time, you can watch later when it works for you.

Not available to participate?

If you’re not available to take part in our webinar on Tuesday 18th April, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to request a link to the recorded webinar.

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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.