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This helpful ebook tells you everything you need to know to get yourself overseas and on the job teaching English. It walks you through the process with a week-by-week description of what to do and exactly when to do it. Even without a passport, you can follow the directions and be working overseas in ten weeks (we even tell you how to get a passport). If you already have a valid passport, you can easily move that schedule forward.
The ebook starts with twenty questions to ask yourself before deciding to head overseas? Are you really cut out for it? Can you handle it? Try the twenty questions to discover if you are ready to master your future. The introduction also covers what makes people successful overseas and tells you specifically what employers are hoping to find in a teacher. Do you have what they are looking for? Find out!
Chapter One (Week One) tells you a bit about what it possible. It also gives you links for applying for a passport, just in case you don’t have one. It also tells you what other documents are important to have in hand before you start your job search.
Week Two helps you discover the best places for you to go and the best timing for going there. Hint: If you have degree, the world is your oyster. If you don’t, there are still lots of places where you are welcome to get your start.
Week Three helps you organize your job search, discover what types of jobs might be available, breaks down what should and shouldn’t be on your resume/CV (international resumes/CVs are different) and tells you how to make yourself an attractive candidate for employers. They’ll want to offer you that job – right now!
Week Four gets your job search going and has you contacting employers. It helps you know what to say in a telephone interview and even recommends the countries that most people think are the most “newbie friendly” in the world. Exotic places you WILL want to go!
Week Five helps you decide which job offers you should accept and tells you how to research your potential employer, so you can avoid scams and scamsters.
Week Six gets you organizing yourself for your move once you have accepted that job offer and signed a contract. Everything from paying taxes in your home country to checking on health insurance for your new country is covered.
Week Seven has you applying for your visa, giving 30 days notice at your job (are you ready?!) and even making a budget for the transition overseas.
Week Eight helps you organize your finances online so you can still use your accounts even while abroad. And it’s time to get your plane tickets!
Week Nine has you finalize your passport and visa and do some planning to cover all the possible angles while abroad.
Week Ten helps you know what to put in that suitcase, saying goodbye to friends and family and getting on that airplane.
That’s it! Not!
The ebook also includes advice for your first two weeks abroad. How to settle in to your new job and culture and some helpful suggestions for adapting to, surviving and even thriving in your new culture and country.
Ted’s Tips™ #1: In the words of a teacher who used this book to get himself overseas:
Thank you for your e-book “How to Teach English Abroad” I followed your week by week instructions and methods and the whole experience of finding and obtaining a teaching position in Zhengzhou [China] was completed very smoothly. I know that I could have probably muddled through on my own but your advice was so clear and concise, that I just couldn’t go wrong. – M G Birch
Ted’s Tips™ #2: Keep your eyes open, we’ll be releasing second editions of quite a few helpful ebooks over the next few weeks and months.