Archive for the ‘Teaching English Abroad’ Category

July 12, 2014 @ 9:45 pm - posted by Robert
Many people returning home after Teaching English Abroad (ESOL) ask themselves if they really want to go back to an office and what are the alternatives? In this video, Andy explains how he found himself in such an incredible postion managing a charity teaching English to refugees and asylum seekers. You can find out more about Andy's incredible travels here: Top 3 Tips for newly Qualified [...read more...]
June 29, 2014 @ 11:46 am - posted by Robert
Are you a newly qualified ESL Teacher?  Will this be your first time living abroad?  If you’re worried about how you will cope, simply relax and follow Andy’s top tips for newly qualified English Teachers. Remember, living abroad isn’t all about work.  It’s about getting out there, experiencing new cultures and having the guts to step out of your comfort zone and join in the fun.  [...read more...]
May 27, 2014 @ 4:07 pm - posted by Robert
Everyones first job teaching English as a Foreign language (TEFL) is scary, mine was in Thailand where teachers are very highly respected which added to the pressure but with some fun games and the support of other teachers I quickly built rapport and came to love my job. Learn more about Andys experince teaching here: Teaching English Abroad: A Career Move into TEFL! Training to Teach [...read more...]
May 18, 2014 @ 7:14 am - posted by Robert
Last month Liz and I took a much needed short break to Tunisia. Even though neither of us have been there before, ‘Adventure and Exploration’ were the last thing on our minds. What we needed was good old fashioned ‘R & R'  but by day 2 of our rigorous regime of ‘Eating and Sleeping’, we started thinking about how much things have changed since returning from our Career Break and we also [...read more...]
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