How 3 hours on a Saturday could change your life

Published on 4th November, 2015 by Rose Ford. Published in For Candidates / TIC News / TIC Social

Teaching Overseas seminar – 28th November, London

Are you a teacher looking for something new and exciting from your work? Here’s how spending three hours at TIC’s Teaching Overseas seminar could change your life:

  1. Get tips from TIC’s team of recruiters who help teachers every day to get jobs in international schools
  2. Meet recruitment experts who can search for the right jobs for you, and who will be able to negotiate on your behalf
  3. Hear all the important details about working in international schools directly from the specialists
  4. Receive advice from experts about working overseas – and ask them about your own specific needs
  5. Have the chance to ask all your questions in order to make the right move for you
  6. Hear questions from other people – those questions that you’ve not even thought to ask!
  7. Work with an international teacher recruitment expert to develop your CV in the right way
  8. Meet other people considering international teaching and share their experiences and ideas
  9. Have the chance to meet many of the people in the TIC team – to see what they know and find out how supportive they are
  10. Start your overseas teaching adventure!

Lawrence Diver is a teacher from Dundee. He attended a teaching seminar in Edinburgh:

“I learnt a lot about the opportunities of teaching in international schools. I registered with TIC and they contacted me about potential schools that I’d be interested in.

I am now at Park House International School in Doha. TIC Recruitment were fantastic and couldn’t have been any more helpful, they took all the hassle out of finding a job.”

Book your place at the Teaching Overseas seminar today

You may also be interested in these informative blogs:
The 4 most common questions teachers ask about international schools
More teachers left the UK to teach than qualified to become teachers through PGCE in 2014
Teaching in Vietnam: The journey of a teacher from Wales

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Rose Ford

Rose is responsible for responding to all candidate enquiries and managing all candidate registrations. Rose also runs all our webinars and is the first point of contact for most of our teachers.