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Does your country have any overseas teaching jobs for the military's family and children? I know the US has schools where the military has a presence and can bring their families.

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Yeah I've been teaching as a English Teacher for 4 years at a secondary school in the UK. I have QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and a BA in English.

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Do you have any teaching certifications at all?

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Hey everyone I was hoping for some advice. I am in my fourth year of teaching English in a UK school, and was thinking about moving abroad to teach English. I have heard that you don't always need a certificate, but I want to be as prepared as possible.

I have looked at the 4 week intensive courses, but as a teacher I don't have the time to go to a centre. I can see that a lot of people are against the online courses, but short of giving up my summer holiday (which is too long away for me) that would be the only option. I was just wondering if anyone had any experience of getting a TEFL qualification when you are already an experienced classroom teacher.

Many thanks in advance!

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