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15/1 – New webinar from Cambridge English Teacher: Working Around the World

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Cambridge English Teacher connects you to a network of teachers across the globe and provides you with access to valuable professional development tools, resources and webinars to help you enhance your English teaching skills and build your confidence, as well as your career.

Working Around the World, Susan Griffith

15th January 2014, 15:00

Would you like to find a new or different English teaching job abroad? In this webinar, travel writer Susan Griffith will show you where in the world it is easy or difficult to find jobs, and tell you where the up-and-coming destinations are. You will hear concrete advice on how to avoid pitfalls during the job hunt and how to maximise your chances of organising a brilliant next step in your teaching career.

Susan Griffith is a travel writer and editor based in Cambridge, England, who writes books and articles about working abroad. She has written a number of acknowledged classics including Teaching English Abroad; the thirteenth fully revised edition for 2014 is available from bookshops or from the publisher Crimson Publishing (www.crimsonpublishing.co.uk). Her other titles include Work Your Way Around the World and books about gap years for the young and not-so-young.

N.B You must be a guest or a member of Cambridge English Teacher to be able to register for these webinars. Registration as a guest is free.

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Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

January 11, 2014 at 10:00 am

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