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Meet Dennis Playford

Dennis Playford

Nationality: Kiwi (but an honorary Australian!)

Position: Consultant working with UK-bound QLD and NT teachers

UK Experience with Protocol Education: Dennis has a strong background with Protocol, first working in our London office as a schools consultant and then in New Zealand as an International Consultant working with UK-bound Kiwi teachers. Dennis has since returned to Protocol and will be able to bring his 9 years of education recruitment experience to help Aussie teachers make the move!

Education experience: Dennis worked for Protocol in our head office in London for several years dealing directly with schools; he also spent over 3 years as our Kiwi consultant. Nobody knows more about sending teachers to the UK than Dennis!

Do you have a question for Dennis? Submit a quick online enquiry today and he'll get back to you via phone or email (whatever suits you best!)


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Protocol Education Blog

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MAY 2017 | Been to London, Bought the T-Shirt, Back in Sydney
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