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Teaching English abroad with QTS

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by nemo., Mar 31, 2011.

  1. nemo.

    nemo. New commenter

    Hi I would do a CELTA a 120 hour course with 6 assessed lessons. It's tough and more so for QTSers as the delivery method is very student centred unlike most pgce training. I did mine before my PGCE and thought it was worth it.

    If you fancy travel and adventure the combination of qts and a celta means you can work in various roles and prob pick up jobs in private schools or lower tier int schools easily. Travel and have fun!
     

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