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Native-speaking English Teacher (NET) Scheme

 

To enhance the teaching of English Language and increase exposure of students to English, a Native-speaking English Teacher (NET) Scheme has been implemented in public-sector secondary and primary schools since the 1998/99 and 2002/03 school year respectively.


Recruitment

The Education Bureau conducts NET recruitment exercise annually to recruit qualified candidates for the selection and appointment by public-sector schools.

 

For application for the NET positions, please click the following:

 

 

NET Appointment Matters

[EDB Circular Memorandum / Forms / Information on Appointment and Re-appointment, Letter of Appointment, Employment Visa, Recruitment Subsidy, Teacher Registration and other related matters] 

 

Remuneration Package

[EDB Circular / Application Forms / Information on Salary Matters, Fringe Benefits, Retention Incentive and Payment of Contract Gratuity]

 

Letters to Schools 

 

•  Letters of 30 June 2016

* [Primary Schools] [Attachment: Notes for Applications for Payment of Contract Gratuity, Fringe Benefits and Retentive Incentive]

* [Secondary Schools] [Attachment: Notes for Applications for Payment of Contract Gratuity, Fringe Benefits and Retentive Incentive]

 

[Reply Proforma of Teachers Employed under the NET Scheme in Primary Schools / Reply Proforma of Teachers Employed under the Enhanced NET Scheme in Secondary Schools / Teacher Registration / Sexual Conviction Record Check (SCRC) Scheme / Employment Visa / Letter of Appointment / Application for Fringe Benefits / Appointment of Temporary NET / Updates on Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)]

 

  Letter of 9 November 2015 
 [Extension of Service of NETs beyond the Retirement Age in Aided Secondary/Primary Schools in the 2016/2017 School Year]
Application form

 


Frequently Asked Questions 

 

 

Useful Links 

[Immigration Department / Hong Kong Police Force, Home Affairs Department / Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic & Vocational Qualifications / Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) Scheme Authority / Inland Revenue Department]

 

 

For further enquiries on the above, please contact the NET Administration Team at:
Tel No.: (852) 2892 6495 or (852) 3540 6933
Fax No.: (852) 2123 1239
E-mail address: netrecruit@edb.gov.hk

 

Please download and install Adobe Reader to view files.Student Voices' - NET Section Competitions Celebrating Students' Production and Performance


 

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NETworking Series Language Arts

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*  Introduction

NET Scheme in Primary Schools
Enhanced NET Scheme in Secondary Schools
  • School-based Support

RNCT School-based Support Brochure pdf

 

Application Form pdf

 

             

 

 

 

 

  Competition:

 

  Competitions:

 The Primary NET Scheme 10th Anniversary Conference

 

*  Reports

*  Newsletters

*  Contact us

 

* Primary Schools Notes for Applications for Payment of Contract Gratuity, Fringe Benefits and Retention Incentive

* Secondary Schools Notes for Applications for Payment of Contract Gratuity, Fringe Benefits and Retention Incentive

Last revision date: 09 September 2016
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