|Subject: Teaching Future In Canada !!
|Im Master in Education and on H4 in US since last 3 years but before that i was teaching in Pak. What is the teaching future in canada as im migrating to canada soon. How can i get a job there ? Any help ?
|Good luck trying to get a job (in reply to: Teaching Future In Canada !!)
It is very difficult to get a job in Canada. The market is tough and employers tend to hire local grads then foreign grads. Even if you got your degree from US, the don´t care here. Most people I know when immigrated to Canada had to goto grad school here for 2 yrs before they could find a decent job.
Hope the info helps.
|teaching in canada (in reply to: Teaching Future In Canada !!)
I have put your question to my friend who is the president of a local teaching association. I hope she might give us some help or point us in a good direction to look. Others have asked the same question so hopefully we can solve the mystery.
Yes, teaching positions are tough. If you have a specialty, you might have an easier time. In BC, we have a surplus of locally licenced teachers because we have a declining school population. The government has been closing some schools. It appears that nobody is having kids!
|Waiting for your help !! Sharon. (in reply to: Teaching Future In Canada !!)
Thank you Sharon im waiting for your response and details abt it.
|sorry (in reply to: Teaching Future In Canada !!)
this is what she said...
´They would have to contact the BC College of Teachers to find out whatrequirements they would have to fufill to get a certificate. There is a web site that gives some general info, so that would be a good place to
The training in the States varies from state to state so I couldn´t even begin to guess what specifics a person might need and of course it depends if it is elementary or secondary.´
I checked out the website but could not find specifics. have a look anyway. Maybe I am missing something.
| (in reply to: Teaching Future In Canada !!)
thanku sharon !!