louistheking wrote:Hello all,
Just a general question. I'm in my early thirties
and have decided to take the TEFl plunge; I've
always wanted to teach, but somehow never got around to it.
Anyway, after what seems like a life of servitude in the civil service, I'm ready to jack it all in and get going.
Question is, Is there anyone else out there who's made a similar decision to teach TEFL, and not just as a gap year option. And is it possible to get a career out of it if you want it? And where would be a good place to start out (I've got my degree and am currently down to do a celta course)
Sorry, that was a couple of questions, general ones at that; but i'd be really interested in hearing what you all had to say.
Go raibh maith agat
Gobobo wrote:louistheking how are you doing with the research? I'm looking around for a decent, recognised, course. I'm in a similar situation, in my mid thirties and was working for a bank until last year when I went and taught English in China. I had to return to England for medical reasons, un-related to going away, and I'm looking to forge ahead with my new career now, once I get some proper training. As one noob to another the teaching's good but the traveling is better.
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