When you start searching for that first TEFL teaching job, you are bound to come across the usual rumours and horror stories; agencies that demand fees and never give you the job they promised, schools that deduct strange fees from your wages, or refuse to pay you at all! Or institutions who work you to the bone for very little reward or thanks! Whilst many of these worrying tales are in fact just mindless rumours and gossip, there are still plenty of agencies and schools you’ll want to avoid at all costs, but with a little bit (more…)
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Completing a 120 hour TEFL course or taking a weekend TEFL course in Dublin and having that certificate in your hand leaves you qualified and ready to take on your first adventure as a TEFL teacher! You have the will, you have the knowledge, and you even have the qualification, the challenge now is to find that first TEFL teaching job!
There is little to really worry about, TEFL teaching jobs (more…)
English is a requirement for entrance to university or high-end jobs, and there is increasing demand from the business communities of the main cities for English teachers. Like so many African countries , Morocco has sought to improve the standards of education for it’s nationals so that almost all teaching English jobs in schools and universities are (more…)
The Middle East really is an exciting place to live and work with a thriving expat community, magnificent food, all year round sunshine, and an opportunity to earn and live a very clean and comfortable lifestyle. Not only is it a region filled with ancient history (with so many archaeological sites, forts and ancient ruins), with some of the world’s best snorkelling and diving, and a great (more…)