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i-to-i Job Placement in Indonesia Questions
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- Will I get help in finding accommodation?Yes, you’ll either be living in subsidized housing provided by your school, or EF will give you help in finding your own accommodation....(read more)
- What will my apartment be like?If you choose to live in the accommodation subsidized by your school this will be your own air-conditioned room in a shared house. Houses have telephones, televisions, hot water and a maid (seriously!) and are within walking distance or a short...(read more)
- Where in Indonesia will I be teaching?You’ll be either working in the centre or outskirts of Jakarta, or in the suburb of Bogor....(read more)
- What kind of teaching resources will I have?Schools are well stocked, so you’ll have plenty of resources available....(read more)
- How many hours will I work each week?You’ll work 23 hours per week, spread over six days. You’ll mainly work in the afternoons and evenings, with occasional morning classes....(read more)
- Will I be teaching alone?While you will have lots of professional support, you should be prepared to take classes by yourself....(read more)
- Can I be placed with a friend/partner?This is possible, but is in no way guaranteed. ...(read more)
- Will I get an end-of-contract bonus?No, but you will be reimbursed the costs of your flight out to Indonesia at the end of your contract....(read more)
- How much will I be paid?You’ll be paid up to IDR 8,500,000 per month....(read more)
- When should I book my flights?Your best bet is to book flights once you’ve signed your teaching contract and arranged your visa – if you book your flights before this you run the risk of your visa being declined and losing the money you’ve spent on flights...(read more)
Advice from the Experts
A few of our TEFL experts (Dave, Meryl, Laura, Rebecca, Rachel and Rich) have also come out from behind their headsets to answer some of our most popular TEFL questions on camera: please excuse the giggles ‐ they all got a bit nervous!
Anyway, take and look, and if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, just give one of them a call ‐ they don’t seem to be able to keep a straight face, but when it comes to TEFL they really know what they’re talking about!
- 01. I am not a native speaker, can I still do the course / find work?
- 02. Which course is right for me?
- 03. How are i-to-i courses accredited?
- 04. I'm a non native speaker. Can I still do the weekend course?
- 05. How do I pass the weekend course?
- 06. Who attends the weekend course?
- 07. What do I need to bring with me on the weekend course?
- 08. How much of the online course do I need to complete before I attend the weekend course?
- 09. What is the demand for TEFL?
- 10. How do I find work after my course?
- 11. What is the difference between the short course and a 4 week programme?
- 12. Do I need to speak the local language of the county I'm teaching in?
- 13. I don't have a degree, where can I teach?
- 14. Can I still find work with just the 20 hour weekend course?
- 15. Who can TEFL?
- 16. What is TEFL?
- 17. How do i-to-i's courses work?
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