The International Baccalaureate® (IB) operates an educator network which provides several ways for educators to become involved in the IB community.
The IB educator network (IBEN) ensures that the IB provides a high-quality experience in classrooms and schools.
Through IBEN, educators can support the IB in a number of roles, becoming workshop leaders, schools visitors and consultant visitors.
Joining IBEN: the benefits
IBEN benefits educators as well as schools.
Educators can improve the quality of their classroom teaching and enhance their competitive advantage in the education sector.
Schools will have the opportunity to comment on IB programme development and have training paid for by the IB.
IBEN Opportunities in Africa, Europe and the Middle East
The regional office for Africa, Europe and the Middle East manages the training activities of a number of roles across the region. These roles are managed within global guidelines.
Apply for IBEN training, or read about the roles on offer below.
School Services Roles: IBEN
There are a number of School Services roles in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
For each role, you can work in the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP), Diploma Programme (DP) and IB Career-related Certificate (IBCC).
The IB has roles for:
- School visits team leaders
- School visits team members
- Progress report readers.
Read explanations of the roles listed above, including experience requirements.
Professional development Roles: IBEN
The IB also requires programme field representatives and workshop leaders in the region. There are positions available for all four IB programmes.
The IB has pre-requisites for candidates, which are outlined in our more detailed role descriptions.
For further information on IBEN in Africa, Europe and Middle East, please email us.