Becoming an international teacher
Andy Homden and Tony Richards invite you to join them at one of Consilium’s winter seminars supporting teachers looking for positions overseas.
Ireland and Northern Ireland dates
Letterkenny – Saturday December 13, 10.30 a.m. CoLab, LYIT.
Belfast – Saturday January 10, 10.30 a.m. Riddel Hall, Queens University
Birmingham – Saturday December 13, 1.30 p.m. Joseph Chamberlain 6th Form College
Belfast – Saturday January 10, 10.00 a.m. Riddel Hall, Queens University
A great opportunity: why you are needed
There has never been a better time for teachers to find careers in international schools. The number of expatriates working overseas is booming. Developing countries are allowing their citizens to attend international schools. The result? More schools being built, more student places being created and more good teachers needed. However, as recruiting agencies proliferate, the need for objective guidance has never been more important.
Eyes wide open
We help teachers take charge of the process of their international application. We are not a recruiting agency and we will not steer you in any one direction. We will help you understand what your options are, and where to look, drawing on our experience as international school leaders recruiting staff for the last 20 years. If we recommend an agency or recruiting database, we will know them. We will only accept advertising from companies in whom we have confidence.
Getting the job
- How to prepare your CV, letter and statement of philosophy for an international position
- What qualifications are recognised
- How to find a school that suits you
- What Heads are looking for
- How recruitment agencies, databases and “fairs” work
- What questions you should ask
Accepting a job
- When and how to accept
- Preparing for the move
- Developing cultural awareness and international mindedness
Book your place at one of our seminars here:
Seminar Fee: €30.
Early bird fee of €25 if you register by November 26
Letterkenny December 13 Book Now
UK including Northern Ireland
Seminar Fee: £25.
Early bird fee of £20 if you register by November 26 for Bristol and Birmingham and by December 30 for Belfast
Birmingham December 13 Book Now
Belfast January 10 Book Now