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Placements in Education - a Guide to Our Services

Posted: 16-05-2017
If you are in need of education staff - we are here to help. Here is what you need to do! Email Us Now   Phone or WhatsApp 079 6110369 and speak to Portia about what you need! Alternatively, e mail Tell us what grades, what learning areas, where the school is - and we will go to work at once While we are searching the Database, we will send you the Terms of Business which set out the fees - don’t worry, we know schools are not wealthy - the fees are affordable! OR Talk to us about our “Retainer” Our Retainer Clients no longer pay appointment fees, they pay an affordable term-by-term Retainer and can appoint as many staff as they like without paying appointment fees! As soon as we have a list of candidates for you, we will send you their written Profiles; we’ve checked at least one reference, so you can go ahead and chose the ones you like You go through the written profile and phone the Candidate ( that’s right - talk to them!) Interview the candidates you like the sound of Appoint the one you want - and tell us please so we don’t send that candidate to anyone else! We bill you for the fee when they start work – if you are not on the Retainer! Simple, you say.

And Speaking of … Blue Hair, Tongue Rings, Tattos and Dress Codes

Posted: 03-11-2016
Earlier this year we received a CV with a photo on it from a highly experienced teacher in a learning area where we are often short of candidates. We checked her out with the most recent employer, who is a good client, and he had nothing but praise for her as a teacher and administrator. Eight months later she still is not employed. Our worst case scenario for qualified and experienced teachers with good references is usually 60 days from CV to employment.

Language and Racism in Schools

Posted: 07-12-2015
Alison PapenfusNov 2015 A few months ago a Principal phoned me in a temper. The policy of his school is to actively encourage all learners to speak English on school property, a policy endorsed by the parents. He had called the Afrikaans Educators into his office to politely ask them to speak English in the staffroom, as there had been some grumbles that they were being given special treatment. Two of the Afrikaans teachers understood and complied.

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