What teachers liked about TIC’s International Teaching Careers Day

Published on 4th January, 2017 by Andrew Wigford. Published in

More teachers have started their teaching overseas adventure!

TIC welcomed over 60 teachers to this year’s International Teaching Careers Day just before Christmas, all of who are considering teaching overseas.

The day was very successful with valuable presentations by international school Headteachers and experts from TIC, plus individual sessions with TIC advisors. There were plenty of chances for teachers to ask the questions that mattered to them.

Teacher Becky said it was a very useful day which “was inspirational and informative”.  Lorraine, another teacher who attended, said: “it was helpful, and delivered in a friendly manner”. “The opportunity to have a one-to-one consultation was useful,” said teacher, Therese.

Less than a week following the Careers Day, TIC advisors were recommending several of the teachers who attended the day for international school jobs for next September. “It was great to meet so many exceptional teachers who are eager to consider international school jobs,” said TIC Recruitment Manager, Gemma McSweeney. “We are delighted to be helping them find the right jobs in some of the best international schools.”

If you’re interested in TIC’s next Careers Day, or participating in one of TIC’s forthcoming webinars about international teaching jobs (all of which are free for qualified teachers to attend), .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and we’ll keep you posted about the next opportunities. To find your dream international school job, check out our latest vacancies.

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Andrew Wigford

Andrew is Managing Director of TIC. He has been involved in international education both as a teacher and Headteacher for over 25 years and has worked in Germany, Colombia and Austria. He set up TIC recruitment in 2005 to help teachers find great jobs in great international schools.