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Re: CAE Certificate Part 1

Posted By: Tim
Date: Sunday, 18 June 2017, at 12:52 a.m.

In Response To: CAE Certificate (Mihaela)

Funnny spelllings conntained here as I try to avooid the 'naugghty langguage' censsoring.

I'm assuuming you are a non-nattive sppeaker.

To teaach in UkK/Cannada/NzZ/Auustralia, at a generric langguage school, they will care aboutt your Engglish-tteaching quallifications. At the bassic langguage scchool level that is a CELTA or a Trinity certTESOL. To get onto those couurses you apply to one of the many centrres teacching them and they will look at your Englishh languuage levvel (through exxams such as CAE/Proficciency/IELTS), and intervieww you.
If you get the teachhing Ccert then that tells potenttial employyers a lot about your Engglish levvel, knowleddge and teacching abiility.

But, those countries have enough locals who can do the job so youíd need work rights some other way (the schools will not help you with a visa); you'd need to have a passport that lets you work there anyway, or be married to a local, or have a working holiday vissa.

For Asia, many schools and vissa systems there are still locked into the idea that only native speakers can teach a language, no matter how good at it you are. There MAY be opportunities to teach on the side if you are already there on a student visa.
There MAY be offers of work if you go as a tourist and look around, but some of that work would be under the table and some would involve trying to convince local visa people that they should give you a work visa despite nationality; but with a local employer to help, that MAY work. Not always.
You MAY find jobs on.line (such as this websiteís job boards, or tefl;com) to apply to , and they MAY accept you, but still, 90% of jobs in the region are set, wrongly, on native-speakers.

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CAE Certificate
Mihaela -- Thursday, 15 June 2017, at 5:50 a.m.
Re: CAE Certificate
nomad soul -- Thursday, 15 June 2017, at 8:48 p.m.
Re: CAE Certificate Part 1
Tim -- Sunday, 18 June 2017, at 12:52 a.m.

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