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Now I am working as an au-pair, but planning to change my job.I would like to become a piano teacher here , I already have some experience in teaching in England.
Could you recommend any fast courses, that would prepare me to teach in an English school?
How could I apply for a job in school? What would i need?
Thank you for your help
If on the other hand you want to teach within a music department privately on-to-one, you shouldn't really need anything extra. At least if you do a PGCE, you are covered either way.
As far as applying for jobs in concerned, you start by going around the schools with your CV and availing yourself for subbing work. Generally, teacher posts are advertised for England in local newspapers, LEA websites and in the TES (Teacher Education Supplement). Mind you, you will not get into a public school classroom without qualified teacher status.
Then it does not matter where you live. The best Online teaching site I have found is
When you visit the site, send your resume and picture to the E-Mail contact listed.
There are also instructions listed.