Organizations

Global Teacher Recruitment

Global Teacher Recruitment (GTR) is an international teacher recruitment agency offering comprehensive recruitment solutions for schools and learning institutions in Asia. Our current and potential native English teachers are sourced worldwide using our extensive networks. This enables us to offer qualified and professional English teachers to suit our business needs.

GTR’s network extends across the English-speaking world, particularly in the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia and South Africa. Our team is well-equipped to actively recruit candidates, living abroad in different time zones, all year round via, Social Media, Existing Teachers In Asia, Advertisements, University Job Fairs, Word of Mouth and Information Sessions.

GTR’s management has a dynamic combination of globalized individuals, all with backgrounds and working experience in Asian and Western countries. We understand both the needs of a business as well as those of a teacher. This has enabled us to build strong working relationships with the employers and teachers matching hundreds of teachers with employers across Asia.

The Star Academy

The Star Academy in South Africa is among the most successful CARD affiliate sites. Star Academy has four centre-based clinics in South Africa, with two in Johannesburg, one in Pretoria, and one in Durban. In an effort to disseminate ABA treatment for children with Autism beyond South Africa, Star Academy also maintains its own affiliate sites in Zimbabwe and Ghana. In addition to providing centre-based ABA intervention, Star Academy clinics also provide home, school, and community-based instruction, as well as training for teachers and aides in the classroom environment. Star Academy continues to shine as an example of how high-quality ABA treatment can be disseminated to regions of the world that previously had little to no treatment available.

SADAG – South African Depression and Anxiety Group

The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) is a registered Non-Profit Organisation who is at the forefront of patient advocacy, education and the destigmatisation of mental illness in South Africa.  SADAG’s expertise lies in assisting callers throughout the country with mental health issues. SADAG manages a 22 Counselling Helpline Call Centre across all 9 provinces in South Africa. The call centre receives up to 600 calls per day from people needing help and referrals for various mental health issues such as Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Trauma, Teen Pregnancy, Substance Abuse and Suicide. SADAG also runs the national Suicide Crisis Helpline offering crisis intervention and help for people who are at risk. The helplines are manned by over 100 volunteers, seven days a week from 8 am to 8 pm, 365 days a year.  

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