A guide to working in New Zealand as a Teacher
A Teacher, or kura is a professional educator who plans, prepares and presents classes in a wide range of subjects in line with the New Zealand curriculum across several age groups in state and integrated schools throughout New Zealand. Teachers play a pivotal role in our society, they teach the NZ curriculum in centres & schools in a holistic manner, as the educator also provides valuable insights in morals, values, social etiquette and communication.
There is a need of well-qualified, adaptable, and dynamic teachers in New Zealand. If you wish to influence the lives of children and get satisfaction by contributing to your community with a passion, then New Zealand is the perfect place to expand your career.
Our team of Immigration professionals can guide you step by step in the process of obtaining registration with the Teaching Council of New Zealand. We can also help with job search, and will provide detailed instructions on documentation, visa/ immigration matters.
Keep reading to understand a Teacher's role
- Working conditions
- Career opportunities
- Income and employment prospects
- Skills and knowledge required
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