Hiya, I'm a 35 year old music teacher with just over half a term left of completing my NQT through maternity cover, and due to end in July. I've been desperate for a number of years now to go and see the world, and so have been applying to loads of international schools. However, presumably because of my small amount of experience (7 years as a peripatetic teacher doesn't seem to count for much?!), I'm not getting much interest. Most of these international schools are asking for at least 2 years experience. So now I'm thinking of doing a TEFL or a CELTA and hopefully finding some music work while I'm abroad. Does anyone have any advice they could give me as to which may be the best one to do? Or is there another type of course that may take into account the PGCE and teaching experience, and either cost less or be more useful when looking for work? Any advice would be massively appreciated! Cheers, Nick.