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Lead trainer MOE UAE - can we talk?

Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by Mickonz, Feb 13, 2019.

  1. Mickonz

    Mickonz New commenter

    Hi, I've just been offered a lead trainer role in the UAE with the MOE to start in April ( via astute agency) I'm trying to find out more about the role form the ground , and also the packages people are on, etc in order to get more informed before I sign ! so If you are a lead trainer , or know someone who is, could you wave if you are up for a Chat? My subject is drama A level, but I am happy to talk to anyone currently doing this role.

    I am particularly interested in knowing whether, given the post - which I understand May cover a cluster of schools rather than single school placement - there is a presidence for negotiating extra travel and accommodation. as I beleive Currently it has to come out of the wage- which doesn't sit quite right. I'd still be earning more than over here in the uK - but I just don't want to be naive.

    Hope this makes sense

  2. emugervo

    emugervo New commenter

    I am currently in the process of applying to one of these posts. Did you find out any more info?

    E :)
  3. Figmo

    Figmo New commenter

    Same here! Sounds brilliant doesn't it. Would be great to hear from someone who knows the score
  4. february31st

    february31st Established commenter

    Basically the MOE is the lowest form of educational employment in the UAE. It involves trying to educate the local student population.

    The MOE is currently trying to train its own graduates to teach in the countries own state schools to replace the 1000s of expat teachers it currently employs.

    Arab countries try this every 10 years to replace the 1000s of Indian,Egyptian,Bangladeshi and Pakistani teachers they have to employ in state schools. This always fails for the obvious reason that teaching is too hard work for locals to undertake.

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