News: London meeting for teachers interested in working abroad - Nov 1, 2012
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Thursday, November 1, 2012General News

London meeting for teachers interested in working abroad

Teachers interested in new career opportunities abroad have the chance to find out how they can make it a reality at a specially-organized event in London next month.

David Cope, who heads up the UK office of Search Associates, will be holding an informal meeting for anyone interested in exploring how they can make the move into international education, whether it be at secondary or primary level.

He said:

"Search Associates is a highly respected international teacher recruitment consultancy which in the last year placed over 2500 teachers and senior school managers in good international schools worldwide. That is more than any other organization."

David, who has enjoyed a long and successful career in international education, added:

"An informal meeting like this is a great way for people who are interested in pursuing their teaching career abroad, but who have lots of questions about what it involves, what they should consider when applying and how best to go about it, to find out more from the experts."

The meeting, which is free of charge and includes complimentary drinks, takes place on Tuesday, November 20 at 7pm and will be held at the Hilton London Paddington Hotel's Great Western Suite.

There is absolutely no obligation for attendees to sign up for Search Associates either before or after the meeting. However, teachers who are resident in the UK and definitely interested in working abroad are welcome to sign up with the UK office if they wish – and for UK candidates there are no registration fees to pay.

Anyone who is interested in attending the event can email David for more information.


Did You Know…?

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