International School Teaching Overseas Seminar - Sydney

If you've ever thought about teaching overseas, but were not sure where to start, we recommend that you attend the upcoming Search Associates seminar and interviews. Nick Kendell (who has worked in international schools as a teacher, head of school and now a recruiter), covers the pros and cons of working internationally. Private interview times are available following the seminar. These are informal and provide an opportunity to explore your educational and professional background.

Date September 24, 2016 - September 24, 2016
Time 9:00am - 11:00am

The world of international education is steadily growing, and with it the demand for high-quality teachers with the appropriate skills, enthusiasm and commitment. Teaching overseas is an excellent career choice, and one that could positively transform your life. 

Professional Development

Enjoy the stimulus of developing your professional career in exciting new places.
Become part of a team of energized and highly competent international teachers. 

Experience living and travelling overseas

Experience the richly varied world of international schools, with English as the language of instruction, small class sizes, motivated students and high standards. *Work in fascinating and diverse multicultural environments ranging from host country schools to schools catering mainly for expatriates—and everything in between. 

Financial Benefits

Live comfortably with the potential for significant savings. International schools will usually offer attractive (and in many places tax-free) salaries and many other benefits such as housing, annual home leave with round-trip air fares, health insurance etc. 

The Vibe Hotel 111 Goulburn St
New South Wales

"I can really see Nick's honesty, passion and enthusiasm coming through during the seminar. He obviously loves his job and loved his experience overseas. Thanks Nick - great sense of humour, down to earth approach!"
Gail Green

"Really informative, easy to listen to. Feeling really excited about the opportunity. Can't wait to get started".
Thomas Jamin

Nick Kendell (Senior Associate with Search Associates)

Why come to a seminar and interview?

- Nick outlines the qualities successful international teachers possess, such as strong personal skills, as well as teaching experience.
- Review your current CV with Nick who will assess it from the perspective of a recruiter and help you to present it in the best format for international schools.
- Nick will also share tips about interviewing over Skype and at job fairs.
- Learn what opportunities exist for experienced teachers overseas.
- Discover what the schools abroad really want and need you to do.

Take the mystery out of the process of applying for international schools. In 2002, there were around one million international school students. ISC Research predicts that the number of students in international schools will reach six million in another ten years and that the number of international schools will increase from 6,000 today to 10,000. All schools registered with Search Associates have been through an accreditation process and have been thoroughly assessed for suitability.

Search Associates helps you find the school that is the right ‘fit’ for you.