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5 posts, 5 voices , Tagged: TEFL 100 hour TEFL coursetch
|sharissapiet... 1 post||
I'm new here and I was wondering if there are any Dutch TEFLers out here. I almost finished my 120 hours course so now i'm starting to think about a destination in Asia.
Hope to hear from anyone!
|Nanasilva 1 post||
I'm also new here and I live in Breda The Netherlands. I'm still doing my 140 hours TEFL and in november I will be moving to Cambodia Phnom Penh.
Did you already made a choice? Hope to hear from you!
|kimbakker 3 posts||
I am from Rotterdam but not in the netherlands at the moment. I have bene traveling for 15 months and will be staying in Asia and looking for a job. I am starting my TEFL today! It would be great to get in thouch with dutch TEFLers!
|Remuera 1 post||
Hi I am Dutch and live in Australia,Im doing the 160 hours at the moment,how are you all doing?Oooh by the way my name is Astrid :-)
|kisjoor 1 post||
Hi everyone,goodnight from Rotterdam. I will start my TEFL combined course 11-02-13. Oline 100 hrs. and 20 hrs. practical in Den Haag.
I was born and high school educated in former British colony. I live in Rotterdam since 1981. I learn to speak, read and write Dutch. I
work as a carpenter but because of the crisis, I am unemployed. I heard about TEFL while I was in Thailand (holiday). I decided to study
TEFL. Upon completion, I would like to volunteer work to acquire teaching experience. Checking job opportunities with TEFL in Asia is not
encouraging. They are looking for native speakers from USA, UK, Canada, New Zeeland, Australia and South Africa. I know in NL, educational standards are very high but are our chances of finding a teaching job. I don't want to be negative or diappointing, just what I found while surfing the net. I wish everyone best of luck with your study and finding a job. Take, bye. Kisjoor.