Teaching in Canada with PGCE

Old Jan 23rd 2016, 4:02 pm
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I worked with a Canadian qualified teacher at American Eagle, he was working part time to supplement his teaching job (high school). He has since moved to London UK for a full time teaching job.
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Originally Posted by Nicky1627
Thanks I really appreciate the honest advice..... Gutted.....
We have a friend who teaches in Quebec we shall have to have a chat for further advice and maybe look into French Immersion schools....
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My question is regarding Ontario College of Teaching Accreditation - not looking for a job. (yet)

Does anyone have positive experience with having their PGCE approved/recognised. They are playing silly buggers with me (in my humble, extremely frustrated opinion) and I would love to know that someone managed to get accreditation through them. It was really expensive to do and they keep coming up with problems that makes me think that they don't recognise my qualification. Grr
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I'd be interested too, as my Stepson has announced that he and his girlfriend are thinking of making the move!
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Originally Posted by nemsling
My question is regarding Ontario College of Teaching Accreditation - not looking for a job. (yet)

Does anyone have positive experience with having their PGCE approved/recognised. They are playing silly buggers with me (in my humble, extremely frustrated opinion) and I would love to know that someone managed to get accreditation through them. It was really expensive to do and they keep coming up with problems that makes me think that they don't recognise my qualification. Grr
Do you mean the Ontario College of Teachers, (Internationally educated) Certification?

https://www.oct.ca/becoming-a-teache...cated-teachers and https://www.oct.ca/becoming-a-teache...united-kingdom and https://www.oct.ca/becoming-a-teache.../info-sessions
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Old Dec 29th 2016, 11:50 pm
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I am adding my completely unknown two bits...but here in New Brunswick - Canada's only officially bi-lingual Province - they can never get qualified French teachers for anything, it might be worth you looking here. It would of course involve living in New Brunswick....but if you really want to come to Canada it might be worth exploring.We also have a Provincial Nominee Programme open from time to time too.

I have recently met quite a number of French people who have recently moved here, but I'm not sure under what circumstances.

Very best of luck with your plans
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