Different career paths after teaching overseas
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by AlexAdmin
4y ago
Different career paths after teaching overseas Teaching English overseas is an incredibly fun and fulfilling time in a person’s life. Living in a foreign country, learning about a new culture and language, and teaching the locals one of the most valuable skills in the 21st century is something truly special to experience. After you’ve taught for a few years, you might want to start exploring new horizons.  Luckily, teaching English overseas actually builds a wide range of transferable skills that can be used in other jobs. These skills include effective communication, long-term planning ..read more
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How to find schools using Google
Let's TEFL | Teaching Experiences Blog
by AlexAdmin
4y ago
How to use Google to find schools overseas In the olden days, it could be difficult to find schools overseas. You’d either need to rely on face-to-face networking, walking countless miles, or going through phone directories (in foreign languages) to find schools that you could call up. It could take a lot of time to come up with a list of leads, and a lot of energy too. Thanks to Google maps we now have a powerful tool that can be used to quickly build a list of schools that you can target when job hunting. Here’s how to do it: Open Google Maps, and search for the city/district that you’d l ..read more
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How to fly to a country and job-hunt in-person
Let's TEFL | Teaching Experiences Blog
by AlexAdmin
4y ago
How to fly to a country and job-hunt in person In this guide, we are going to look at how you can safely fly to another country and secure a great English teaching job. Contents: What are the advantages for job-hunting in person? Budget for your trip Use Google to find schools Start networking Look out for recruiters Apply with schools Conclusions Teaching abroad is a life-changing experience. You’ll commit to taking a new path away from the norm, away from the usual 9-5 work life, and into a world of the unknown. As part of this process, you’ll be challenged, you’ll develop new skills, an ..read more
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Meet Jan – A Let’s TEFL graduate now teaching online!
Let's TEFL | Teaching Experiences Blog
by AlexAdmin
4y ago
Jan from the Philippines recently completed his TEFL course with Let’s TEFL, and is now teaching online with Palfish. Your TEFL course: Why did you choose to do your TEFL course with Let’s TEFL? “The website design looked professional, clean, and modern. It had the exact information I was looking for (countries, testimonials, etc.) and it was easy to read too. It reflected that Let’s TEFL management put thought and care into the things they do. It also helped that the price was competitive. It didn’t hurt my wallet.“ What was the course was like? “It was a breeze t ..read more
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Meet Hedy – From our partner schools in China
Let's TEFL | Teaching Experiences Blog
by AlexAdmin
4y ago
Hedy works for Education First (EF) – one of our trusted partner schools in China – and helps our graduates start their new life in Chengdu. “Hello everybody! I’m Hedy Huang, Senior Academic Recruiter of EF Education First Chengdu.“ How long have you been working at Education First, where are you based, and what is it like? “I have been working in EFCD for over two years, my responsibility here is recruiting local and international teachers, and helping them smoothly settle down into the position.“ What type of school/organization is Education First? “EF Education Fir ..read more
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Meet Sandra – A Let’s TEFL graduate now teaching in Vietnam!
Let's TEFL | Teaching Experiences Blog
by AlexAdmin
5y ago
Sandra is a non-native English teacher from Spain. She recently completed her TEFL course with Let’s TEFL, and is currently teaching English in Vietnam. Your TEFL course: Why did you choose to do your TEFL course with Let’s TEFL? “I searched for different TEFL courses for a while and none of them exactly met my needs, but then I came across Let’s TEFL. Being a non-native English speaker, I was scared that they wouldn’t accept me or that I wouldn’t pass it, but Let’s TEFL had a special section on their website with plenty of helpful information for non-native speakers, whi ..read more
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Meet Johnny – From our partner schools in China
Let's TEFL | Teaching Experiences Blog
by AlexAdmin
5y ago
Johnny works for Education First (EF) – one of our trusted partner schools in China – and helps our graduates make a safe and smooth transition into teaching. “Hey, I’m Johnny Xia, a Senior Foreign Affair Specialist at Education First in Wuxi, China. If you’re interested in Chinese culture and history, even looking for ESL teaching job, don’t hesitate to contact me!“ How long have you been working at Education First, where are you based, and what is it like? “I’ve been working at Education First, Wuxi, China for six years. I used to work as a course consultant in the first ..read more
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