Category: Making applications

How to secure a teaching job overseas

This weeks blog has been written by Teachers for Asia. Teachers for Asia have helped thousands of people find teaching positions since 2009 in many locations throughout China, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Thailand. Below they have shared their top tips… Continue Reading “How to secure a teaching job overseas”

Writing Applications

Making an application for a job can be very daunting, there are normally 2 different ways that employers use to manage their applications. Some ask for a CV and cover letter others have their own application process. The video below explains how you can… Continue Reading “Writing Applications”

Social Media and your career

If you use social media (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook) have you ever thought about whether the views and information you share might affect your career prospects? In this blog we’ll look at social media posts that have hit the headlines and we’ll offer advice on… Continue Reading “Social Media and your career”

Interview Tips

Congratulations, you’ve impressed with your job application and have been invited for an interview. You’re one step closer to getting your dream job but for many the interview stage can be the most daunting part of any recruitment process. We’ve put together our interview… Continue Reading “Interview Tips”

Routes into Teaching

With UCAS applications for postgraduate teaching opening on Thursday 26th October 2017 we’re currently seeing a lot of students with a range of questions about getting into teaching.  Here’s our quick need to know guide…

Top tips for a teaching job application

This week’s blog has been written by Anthony Lowton from Prospero Teaching, Liverpool.  Prospero Teaching is a specialist, award-winning, teaching agency with dedicated teams of candidate managers, compliance and in-house teacher resources.  If you’re applying for a teaching job here are Anthony’s top tips to… Continue Reading “Top tips for a teaching job application”