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Lead trainer MOE UAE - can we talk?

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by Mickonz, Feb 13, 2019 at 10:37 PM.

  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


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