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Advice on working in the Caribbean

Old Mar 22nd 2013, 10:26 am
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Hi,
I am a UK citizen and ultimately would like to set up an English Language School (a franchise of our school in the UK) in the Caribbean. However, first I thought it might be wise to spend a few months teaching out there. Can anyone advise me on: a) how difficult it might be to get a temporary teaching job, and b) any steps I would need to take to set up a language school
Any help or advice much appreciated!
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Old Mar 22nd 2013, 8:59 pm
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Hi and welcome to BE,

I'm afraid I can't answer you question as I am in the US and don't know much about the Caribbean, but I'm sure someone will be along soon who can share some pointers.

Have you narrowed down which places in the Caribbean you are looking at?
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