QUOTE(sonejason @ Feb 11 2011, 05:40 PM)
I'm working as temp teacher(secondary) now,and the application is very easy,just that the chance you get it is quite low.(Seriously, I pull strings)
In this case,a primary school is under control of Jabatan Pelajaran,to take you or not,depends on the authority. For secondary, it is the school to decide whether to take you or not.But there is one thing you have to know,one school can only take max 4 GSTT,so normally schools take their own STPM leavers or acquaintaces.
Firstly,just go to your PK I office,tell her you want the temp teacher form,fill it.
Secondly,know which level to apply,either primary or secondary.For primary, the form goes to Jabatan Pelajaran in your area.For secondary,give the form to PK I of the school you desire of.
Thirdly,wait for phone call.
Added on February 11, 2011, 5:44 pm
Oh ya, for guru ganti, the salary is paid by school or the PIBG(Do you think a school will pay for someone they don't know?).And you are paid on daily basis.
oh that is a way different from what i know to be. Just a few hours ago i called to the Pejabat Pelajaran Daerah(PPD), and they tell me to take the form from them,maybe well, it can also be taken from the school? maybe i shall asked from them. for GSTT and Guru Ganti, we can apply under PPD, but one thing they told me is that for GSTT, u can only apply through JPN.
That is too bad if they give more priority to former school students or acquintances just because i plan to apply to the area which is totally far away from my former primary and secondary school.
would like to know are u now a guru ganti at ur former school?
And i thought the salary will be paid by either PPD or JPN?