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Challenge Yourself Professionally and Personally

05/04/18

"I made the decision to teach in England to further my teaching career and to challenge myself within a different education system. To experience a different lifestyle and expose myself to an array of challenges and situations, both professionally and personally.

I first came in contact with Protocol education at a Career event being held by my University (Flinders, SA). I was first introduced to Sam Swain. While there were multiple agencies offering similar experiences and support, Sam gave a personalised feeling besides just facts. A feeling of support and personalisation to my queries and adventure, in entering the education system in the United Kingdom.

The registering process was supported at all times by Protocol and any questions that I may have had, were quickly and accurately answered by Sam and Carol with ease. The process was also quick, simple and most of the time could be completed online.

The English education system is much more demanding, though with that demand it offers, growth, reflection, challenges and achievements. The intensity of the curriculum is very high, though the children are capable at reaching their personal achievements with the guidance of a willing teacher.

One major aspect England has to offer is the extreme option of events, social living and ‘things to do’. Every corner of England is unique and awaiting someone new to discover its magic and creativeness. The ease of travel is never looked down upon, grabbing a flight to a county from £20, encourages, and supports, the mentality and life style of ‘why not?’ And the people... I have met so many lifelong friends, not to mention the person who I plan on spending the rest of my life with.

I would highly recommend Protocol Education to family and friends, their personalised view and attitude to go above and beyond to ensure your experience is positive (and remains positive) is at an exceptionally high level."

Samuel Charlton

 

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Awesome article
Babunesh Bhana, 13 April 2018
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