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UK Induction

At Protocol Education we pride ourselves in providing a personal touch. To ensure this standard is met, we like to meet you in person as soon as you arrive in the UK.

At your UK Induction meeting, your consultant will brief you in detail on the various processes involved in teaching in the UK through Protocol Education, as well as talking through some of the support services we offer our overseas teachers to help you get established in your new role and settled in the country.

Your UK Induction will include such things as setting up a UK bank account and obtaining a National Insurance number. More details of your meeting will be given once you have spoken to your local consultant.

"I was very impressed with the way in which Protocol Education helped me organise a UK bank account, and a National Insurance number and also setting up my pay through Key" ~ Emma, Brisbane. Read more.


You can register with us before your departure for the UK, and also keep in contact through Facebook and Twitter.

Contact your local consultant to ensure you book your UK induction!

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