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Q: China International Personnel Training Centre (Shenzhen): Does anyone have experience with them?

Apparently they are hiring teachers to work in public schools in Shenzhen. They initially requested 140 teachers for these positions in August, but are still looking to fill in a few jobs. Does anyone know about them, or is anyone currently working for them?

I've searched the esl boards far and wide and the few posts that deal with CIPTC are vague or uninformative. I was hoping to find some feedback from actual teachers, but there doesn't seem to be any. Every time I've asked them (CIPTC) if they have contacts I could speak with, they dodge the question.

7 years 4 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shenzhen

 
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I had interview two weeks ago with Maggie, Chinese agent and Bill, American guy at CIPTC. I didn't get selected for Public School position in Shenzhen. I am non-native teacher.

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I work for them contact me at otg.rob@gmail.com

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I have a lot. They withheld my passport and forced me to miss my mother's funeral. 

Email me for more information ron.english@gmail.com

Short answer, avoid them!

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<sarcasm>

 

But they have "international" in their name, so it must be a good place, right?

 

</sarcasm>

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