Will This Be Your First Time Going Abroad?
Here are what you will need to be a successful candidate:
1: Valid Degree (Any BA/ Honours or Master’s degree)
2: Valid Passport must be valid for more than 6 months
3: TEFL/TESOL certificate 120 Hours 4: Updated CV
5: 30/40 seconds long introduction video of you telling them in short about your educational background and why would you want to come to China/ Korea/ Vietnam/ Dubai/
Documents To Prepare Before You Proceed?
1: Degree & Transcripts will need to be authenticated & legalized. (We can help with that, Click to learn more)
2: TEFL Certificate, will need to be authenticated & legalized
3: Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) and authenticated
4: SAQA verification form for your formal qualifications.
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Then comes the interview that will change your life….
1: Prepare for a interview with the school.
Find out how they would like to do the interview and on what platform: Skype/ Zoom/ WeChat
2: Make sure your platform of use is fully working and audio/sound is perfect
3: Be ready before time. Look neat and presentable. Be friend and smile.
4: When talking to the school make sure you do not speak to fast and speak up (do not shout)
Listen to each and every question and answer them. (prepare yourself with question that you think they would ask. For example: How would you teach the ABC or colours to a child? Have some flash cards with you and show them. Pronounce your words slowly but correctly. How would you treat a child that does not listen? Simple: “I would make him or her the class captain for the day and he or she will have to make sure the other children listen”
5: Have questions already prepared that you want them to answer for your own mind ease.
6: When the interview is over “Smile and thank them for their time and you wish them a great day and hope to hear from them soon.
We will be there for you every step of the way.
We will assist you with getting the best offer and contract, with all that was spoken about in your interview