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OCENET Teach Abroad Newsletter - Vol.1



OCENET is Pleased to Present our New TEACH ABROAD Program


Are you a young teacher looking to apply your teaching credentials, strengthen your classroom skills and gain valuable international experience? If so OCENET’s Teach Abroad program will help you achieve these goals.

Are you a retired teacher looking for a challenge, as well as an opportunity to travel the world, live and experience another culture? OCENET works with partner institutions in a range of fascinating countries and cultures – this is the path to your global experience!

Are you a university graduate interested in funding your international travels with an overseas teaching position? With competitive salaries, vacation time, and ease of travel, living and teaching in Asia, Europe and South America means that travel to neighboring countries is achievable.


Teachers and Institutions Can Sign up for Teach Abroad Program Directly through Website

The OCENET Teach Abroad Program is currently seeking motivated, dedicated and adventurous teachers to fill our overseas positions. If this describes you, then we encourage you to complete our online
Teacher Application Form
.

Concurrently, we are also in search of excellent international academic institutions that are interested in partnering with OCENET, to offer Canadian teachers the best overseas teaching opportunities. If you are a secondary, post-secondary or language institute we invite you to complete the Institution Application Form.


Register Now for our TEFL Course Starting May 10th & Receive a 20% Discount!

OCENET's Teach English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Teacher Training Program is ideal for those who would like to teach English abroad, as well as for experienced English teachers who would like to improve their language skills and brush up on current language teaching methodology.

Participants can complete the 60-hour program or a 100-hour program in the evenings or during the day. Courses are offered seminar-style with limited class sizes. Participants will complete Level I with 14 foundational lessons, Level II with 4 elective lessons selected from the indicated options, and Level III as the practicum component.

To learn more visit the TEFL section of our site!

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