Get ahead of the competition at the International Teaching Careers Day

Published on 4th October, 2016 by Gemma McSweeney. Published in For Candidates / TIC News / TIC Social

The International Teaching Careers Day comes to central London on 26th November

Have you considered teaching overseas; developing your career while working in an international school? Are you wondering how to find the right teaching job in the right country for you?

Teachers and student teachers will have the chance to find out many important details about teaching overseas this November (Saturday 26th November) at the TIC International Teaching Careers Day in London. The day will consist of a free 2-hour informative seminar plus an optional one-to-one career consultation.

The seminar will include a presentation from TIC Director and former international school Headteacher Andrew Wigford. There will also be live Skype presentations from Headteachers of some of the world’s leading international schools who will be sharing valuable advice about their school and what they look for in their new hires. Information sessions will take place in the morning and the afternoon.

Make the most of a one-to-one career consultation with the experts

TIC will also be offering private career consultation sessions throughout the entire day. This will give you the chance to talk privately with a skilled TIC recruitment advisor about your experience and career plans. Your session will also include a CV evaluation and targeted vacancy search.

A one-to-one career consultation costs just £35 for teachers, or £60 for teaching couples. Spaces are limited so book your consultation now.

Advice and expertise relevant for you

If you have a BEd or PGCE, or are currently studying for one of these qualifications, this event is the ideal way to learn more about how teaching overseas can enhance your career.  To find out more and book your place, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

You might also be interested in these informative blogs:
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Could Brexit mean opportunity for teachers working in international schools?

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Gemma McSweeney

Gemma is our Recruitment Manager. With nearly 10 years experience of recruitment and selection methods she specialises in matching great teachers with great international schools. She has attended many international education conferences and has visited a number of international schools.