Hello everyone! I am currently very interested in teaching abroad (mainly looking for positions in Asia or South America). I'm a Finnish teacher completing my second full-time school year as a secondary history and civics teacher. I teach in an international school with dozens of different nationalities and I also have a chance to teach in English. I'm fluent in English but I do have an accent. I have master's degree with major in history and minors in teacher studies, sociology and economics. My main concerns are: - How do I prove that I'm fluent in English? What certificates should I have? Will my accent be a big problem in job interviews? - What are good resources I can study to become familiar with the UK curriculum and the terms associated with it? I'm worried I will sound unprofessional in a job interview because I come from a different educational system. - Do I have enough working experience? I'm preparing for a year now, applying this time next year and hopefully will begin teaching abroad in August/September 2017. So I will have 3 years of full-time experience then. Also, I have held several part-time positions and I had an edutech start-up for two years - will these count at all? - What kind of salary and working hours should I expect? I know this varies greatly but I'd appreciate some examples. - Anything else I should know? Thank you in advance! I will appreciate all the hints and tips you can give me to help me be prepared!