International Teaching Careers Day

Come and learn the essential information you need to know about getting a job in an international school.

TIC International Careers Day

Every year, teachers from across the country come together for the TIC International Careers Day in Cardiff.

The event is a fantastic opportunity for fully qualified teachers or those in training, to receive essential information and expert career advice on teaching overseas in international schools.

If you have a BEd or PGCE, or are currently studying for one of these qualifications and have an interest in teaching overseas, then this is the event for you.

The day will consist of a free 2 hour informative seminar and an optional exclusive one-on-one career consultation. The seminar will include a presentation from TIC Recruitment Manager Gemma McSweeney, and participation from TIC Director and former international school Headteacher Andrew Wigford and leading international school Headteachers (some via Skype).

The one-on-one career consultations are the best way to stay a step ahead when applying for international school jobs. During the consultation, an international recruitment advisor will provide you with an extensive CV evaluation, a personalised current vacancy search, an action point timeline and lots of invaluable international career advice.

Bookings at our International Teaching Careers Day are only available to teachers registered with TIC Recruitment. If you are not already registered with us please go to our Registration page and complete the form.

The next International Careers Day will be in Autumn 2017. To book your place and/or consultation today, please contact

College and University Seminars

We also hold seminars at teacher training institutions such as colleges and universities that offer teaching degrees such as PGCE, or BEd courses. These are offered completely free of charge to students in training and can be held in the university or college itself. Please contact us for further information and to request a visit to your college.

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