Hey guys! Welcome to Ireland. I am Ian, I am one of the co-founders of Premier TEFL. You probably are at a third of the way through your course at the moment. So, I am here to tell you about my favorite destination in the world – apart form Ireland – which is China. I spent a lot of time in China and I sent a lot of teachers out to China Recently, we have managed to create a program for interns out in China; whereby, people from all over the world, so from the USA, New Zealand, America, Ireland, the UK will all arrive on the same day in China. There will be probably between 60 to 100 interns; they will get picked up at the airport, and they will be given a week of orientation at the university, where they will learn all about Chinese culture, they will learn all about teaching tips and most importantly of all, they will have a great time. They will then go off to the school and they will teach 15 hours a week. You will never be on your own in the school, you will teach 15 hours a week, you will have your accommodation and meals paid for. You will always be with another intern, so you will never be on your own. And you will have a fantastic chance to learn Mandarin That, is what I believe, is the most important part of this program. Apart from the teaching, you actually learn something while you are out there. The incredible thing about this, as well, is that you don't need to have a degree. It is a special visa that we managed to organized for people to go out there on a cultural exchange. So anybody can do it. Anybody that is between the ages of 21 to 45 So, if you want to be part of this movement in China: teach in primary schools, secondary schools, even universities. If you want to be part of this movement, just contact Rosanna in the Premier TEFL office and she will take you through the whole details But let me tell you something, if you do decide to go for this, it is only 4 months long. If you do decide to go for this, you will never look back; I can promise you that. Anyway, it has been lovely speaking to you all; goodbye from Ireland and the best of luck with the rest of the course.