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Guitarist

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Jun 1, 2020
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Hi everyone,

I want to share a useful piece with you here. We are all looking for greener pasture and want to make it in life. Some people are in a country that do not pay their workforce very well. The workers struggle to have three square meals a day. But one of the countries that really cater for its workforce is Canada. The pay might not cater for all our needs, I don't think any pay can do that, but we will be able to eat and pay our children school fees.

In this piece, I will be explaining how to become a Teacher in Canada. I don't think we want to be a labourer in Canada forever.

This piece is courtesy of my Indian friend.

He was a teacher in India for some years and later became a Principal in one school in Mumbai. He struggled to get a Visa to become a teacher in Canada but was later granted a Visa. He is now a teacher in the British Columbia, Canada. The procedure for becoming a teacher in any of the Canadian province is somewhat similar. To be honest, the procedure is simple but since he couldn't get an advisor, he suffered a lot and spent more than a year to scuffle for for information.

So, he is sharing his experience so that fellow teachers will not suffer to get into Canada.

There are two options, however, the process for getting an independent school certification is short and easy. With the certification, you can get a job that pays $3500 and above in the beginning.

To start with, you have to evaluate all your credentials using the relevant evaluation agency, which is different across provinces.

You can check the following websites for more information.

or

When coming to Canada, please do not forget to come along with the original version of your certificates, transcripts, etc. After that, you can undergo the following processes


Thanks for reading.

Your comments are greatly welcomed.
 

Jesuslovesyou

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Jun 6, 2020
10
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Hi everyone,

I want to share a useful piece with you here. We are all looking for greener pasture and want to make it in life. Some people are in a country that do not pay their workforce very well. The workers struggle to have three square meals a day. But one of the countries that really cater for its workforce is Canada. The pay might not cater for all our needs, I don't think any pay can do that, but we will be able to eat and pay our children school fees.

In this piece, I will be explaining how to become a Teacher in Canada. I don't think we want to be a labourer in Canada forever.

This piece is courtesy of my Indian friend.

He was a teacher in India for some years and later became a Principal in one school in Mumbai. He struggled to get a Visa to become a teacher in Canada but was later granted a Visa. He is now a teacher in the British Columbia, Canada. The procedure for becoming a teacher in any of the Canadian province is somewhat similar. To be honest, the procedure is simple but since he couldn't get an advisor, he suffered a lot and spent more than a year to scuffle for for information.

So, he is sharing his experience so that fellow teachers will not suffer to get into Canada.

There are two options, however, the process for getting an independent school certification is short and easy. With the certification, you can get a job that pays $3500 and above in the beginning.

To start with, you have to evaluate all your credentials using the relevant evaluation agency, which is different across provinces.

You can check the following websites for more information.

or

When coming to Canada, please do not forget to come along with the original version of your certificates, transcripts, etc. After that, you can undergo the following processes


Thanks for reading.

Your comments are greatly welcomed.
Ohhh, thank you for sharing this wonderful piece and congratulations to your friend.

I am thinking of moving to Canada and this will definitely be a nice path for my wife.

I don't know if she can become a biology teacher in Canada. She has a MSc, BEd, Mphil (botany) and 5 years teaching experience.
What are her chances of getting a job as a teacher in Canada? Does she have to do anything after landing in Canada?
 

Guitarist

Member
Jun 1, 2020
11
6
Ohhh, thank you for sharing this wonderful piece and congratulations to your friend.

I am thinking of moving to Canada and this will definitely be a nice path for my wife.

I don't know if she can become a biology teacher in Canada. She has a MSc, BEd, Mphil (botany) and 5 years teaching experience.
What are her chances of getting a job as a teacher in Canada? Does she have to do anything after landing in Canada?
Ontario is known for good education. The city has a lot of teachers, even more than the available teaching positions. So, it might be difficult to get a job as a teacher, except she a lot of experiences than the one stated above

She should also note that she can't teach in Ontario unless she evaluates her credentials and do the certification examination.
https://www.oct.ca/becoming-a-teacher/internationally-educated-teachers

So, I will strongly suggest that she goes for casual jobs and after some times, she would have understood the secrets of getting a teaching job and later upgrade.
 

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