Craig and Linda have been teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) since 2003. In this episode they celebrate being 50 shows old and talk about getting qualifications and finding work in order to travel.

They talk about different qualification options including in-house training, pay for training and placement, and the big two qualifications: CELTA and Trinity TESOL. They mention EF (a huge multinational) and i to i which will handle training and a job placement, especially for gap years.

They mention their favourite sites for finding ESOL jobs:

If you have some to share, let us know in the comments. We recommend using RSS to subscribe to the job feeds. If you have no idea how to do that, email us.

It’s still February and we’re still giving things away! Thanks to bed bug central and Orikaso for the prizes we announced in this episode.

This week we’re giving away an original Gorillapod from Joby. To win, simply listen to the audio clip we’ll put on the feed this Monday and email us the password there. It’s free to subscribe in iTunes or another feed reader and that’s the only way you can be in to win.

We have three listener links from one listener this week! Jaci writes at Sex and the Nomadic Traveler, Diary of a Nomadic Traveler and Traveling on my stomach.

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