You will need to get your AITC done first , together with Boat handling and First Aid. After this , you can apply for the ITC.
We are having AITC done in our club. http://www.seabreezekiteclub.com/
Not even remotely what he has asked for... just plain advertisement.As for your questions YaMon90:
My suggestion after 8 years of teaching: Do not fall for IKO!
Instead of an ITC, look for a school that is willing to take you under their wings. You will learn a lot more in a season "helping out" at a school than with the IKO ITC. Period. You'll be probably teaching within your first month (depending on your current skills and experience).
After that it should be easy to find work. You'll have hands-on experience, connections and (given you do your job right) a positive reference to add to your future job-applications.
Even if you don't find a job right away after that, you just saved 1000$...that should carry you through a couple of month until you find work.