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Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby Andreea on Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:07 pm

Hi,
I am a teacher from Romania, I am in UK now working as au pair with my boyfriend, next year I would like to find a job as teacher.I don't know so much about the education system from UK BUT I would like to know.Please, who would like to help me with methodoloy in specialy I would like you to write me on the address andreeastrauneanu@yahoo.com.
Thank you very much indeed!
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Re: Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby SeekTeachers on Thu Jan 13, 2011 4:36 pm

Hi Andreaa

The first thing you would need to do is contact UK Naric -http://www.naric.org.uk/ to see if your qualifications from Romania are the equivalent. If they are comparable you may have to do only a little bit or no studying to complete being UK qualified as a teacher.

with regards to understanding about the curriculum the best site for that would be the curriculum framework site http://curriculum.qcda.gov.uk/ and see the area in which you specialise

With regards to jobs you can apply directly or even go through a teaching agency

I hope this helps
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Re: Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby Andreea on Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:21 pm

SeekTeachers wrote:Hi Andreaa

The first thing you would need to do is contact UK Naric -http://www.naric.org.uk/ to see if your qualifications from Romania are the equivalent. If they are comparable you may have to do only a little bit or no studying to complete being UK qualified as a teacher.

with regards to understanding about the curriculum the best site for that would be the curriculum framework site http://curriculum.qcda.gov.uk/ and see the area in which you specialise

With regards to jobs you can apply directly or even go through a teaching agency

I hope this helps

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Thank you very much for all your help
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Re: Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby ancusel on Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:59 pm

Hi Andreea,

I'm Romanian too, I'm currently applying for french teaching jobs here in the UK. Have you found all of your answers yet then? You probably already have a registration number by now, have you started teaching already?
I'm currently getting work experience by teaching for a few months in an English school - that would be my advice to you if you haven't already started doing so. It really helps, from every single point of view, including learning and understanding the curriculum.
Good luck with everything!

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Re: Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby laurahortopanu on Sun Jul 03, 2011 5:41 am

I would like to teach in the UK. I'm a qualified teacher. What can you advice me? How can I find an English school to teach at ?
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ancusel wrote:Hi Andreea,

I'm Romanian too, I'm currently applying for french teaching jobs here in the UK. Have you found all of your answers yet then? You probably already have a registration number by now, have you started teaching already?
I'm currently getting work experience by teaching for a few months in an English school - that would be my advice to you if you haven't already started doing so. It really helps, from every single point of view, including learning and understanding the curriculum.
Good luck with everything!

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Re: Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby niousdavis on Mon Oct 24, 2011 6:05 am

I just seen your message and can be a little late. I was asked to assume leadership of a school assistant in difficult circumstance and there is no doubt that it becomes more and more pressure as they get higher. It all depends on how well you handle the pressure and if you want to progress to become the head yourself.
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Postby marcel on Sat May 05, 2012 9:23 am

Hi,
I need your advice.

This is Marcel Bache,music teacher,40,more than 10 yrs in education,one 7 yrs daughter,music teacher with QTS for England.
I traveled and worked in :Lots of countries in Europe,USA,United Arab Emirates.
I can talk in French and Italian as well.
I lived in Birmingham in may-oct 2008.I met a wall called "right to work" or "lack of experience" for England.
TDA and GTC sent me info staff to my place in Romania having me to qualify for England.Why did they realease me QTS if it is so hard to get a job?
I am qualified,have a very good CV but I don't have experience for teaching in England.
I contacted enough agencies to support me entering the system but I did not get any replay.The reason why I think I was declined?I am from Romania...There is now a discrimination wave that it is appears to be obvious.As I said before,if this is a main reason,I was in many places but I did not meet people discriminating English nationals taking jobs from native people.

I only need a bit of help in respect of getting experience in a teaching assistant job and no agency or school is interested in supporting or advising me.
If someone can help me in a positiv way I would be grateful.

Thank you a lot.

Marcel
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Re: Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby Gingerdr on Wed Nov 26, 2014 9:09 am

You can always consider teaching in China. I was reading up on the salaries online and they can be pretty high if you have the right qualifications. Especially at international schools: (4) International Schools

15,000-35,000. While not all International Schools are equal, they are pretty much the best you can get in China when it comes down to money. These positions will typically require a proper teaching license or degree in education along with a solid work history.
http://www.teachingnomad.com/compensation
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Re: Romanian Teacher-Needs help

Postby lipiec on Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:50 pm

I would like to teach in the UK. I'm a qualified teacher from Poland. What can you advice me? What the differences between UK and PL?
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