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Q: Has anyone recently been asked to complete a foreign expert assessment?

I've been asked to complete an online assessment (something to do with safea) to prove my qualifications as a foreign teacher.  Is this something new?  I've not been asked to do it in the past five years.

5 years 23 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Hangzhou

 
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Just come to Dongbei, where nobody needs qualification...well you do if you want a good job, but still plenty of people working for 6k a month up here.

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Yes it is required for all new teachers in the company I work at. That is in Tianjin too. Not sure about outside of Tianjin but I am sure there are some other cities using it. I don't think you can fail it unless you are some kind of nut job.

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I did it earlier this year for Jiangsu.

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