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Welcome to one of the first Protocol Education Australia Blogs.
With offices across Australia you will be able to stay in touch with what’s happening in your State and hopefully attend an Information Session to get all the gossip on Teaching in the UK.

The Australasian team has just returned from our Annual Company Conference in London and we’re busy interviewing and preparing Aussie Teachers for their UK arrivals in the New Year.

We have also recently confirmed Head Teacher (Principal) visits in late OCT for those of you looking at Long Term positions kicking off in Jan 2011.


Warrnambool – Tues 28th Sept, 10am
Melbourne – Thurs 30th Sept, 11am
Ballarat – Wed 6th Oct, 7pm

Brisbane – Sat 2nd Oct, 10am

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