Set your own schedule and earn money anywhere in the world by teaching English online. Our 30 Hour Teaching English Online Course prepares you with everything you need to know to deliver engaging online English lessons, including:
- The tools you need to teach online
- Classroom management strategies
- Tips for teaching one-on-one or small groups
- Lesson delivery methods
- And more.
Having a minimum of 120 hours of TEFL training is a great start to becoming an online English teacher. With this specialist teaching English online course, you’ll advance your skills to create and deliver confident, practical English lessons online. This makes it one of the best ways to teach English online with no experience.
Enrol today to learn more about the growing field of online TEFL. Plus, how to work from the comfort of your own home – or anywhere in the world!
Be prepared to take on any online teaching role with our 30 Hour Teaching English Online Course. Six modules will take you through everything you need to deliver the best online classes. You’ll get 24/7 online access and six months to complete your course at your own pace. And a personal tutor to support you along the way.
Thanks to advances in technology and the increasing number of people worldwide wanting to learn English, you can now make a steady income from teaching online. The best part? As an online English teacher, you control your schedule to fit around your lifestyle and work from anywhere with internet.
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- You’re a native or fluent English speaker
- You want to advance your online TEFL skills
- You’re interested in teaching English online from anywhere in the world
- You want to be more flexible with your teaching hours
In module one, you will learn all about your virtual classroom. You’ll start by learning all the necessary tools you need to succeed as an online teacher. Besides, we’ll walk you through all of the different platforms you would use as a teacher so that even if you aren’t tech-savvy, you can still succeed! Lastly, we will walk you through how to set up your virtual classroom and recommend some tools to make your life as a virtual teacher easier.
Next, we will discuss your role as a teacher, including the different classes you may teach from different levels to subjects (i.e. business English). Also, we walk you through separate classroom management tips to make the most of your time together!
In the third module, we discuss teaching one-on-one and in small groups. As an online teacher, the majority of your classes will be with one-on-one courses or small groups of students (3-4), depending on the company you work for. To begin, we give you the pros and cons of teaching one-on-one classes as well as some tips on how to succeed on an individual level. Next, we dive into the actual lessons themselves and different activities that you can use in your virtual classroom. Besides, we give you various topics and examples based on age groups, language level, and course type.
In the fourth module, we will teach you how to deliver practical lessons to your students. We start by discussing different delivery methods that you can use before giving you various resources to use to help you plan, prepare, and deliver your lesson. Besides, we will walk you through the seven steps to creating a successful lesson plan as well as provide you with examples of course.
Understand your students’ language abilities and why they want to learn English. You’ll learn how to differentiate these different types of students and how to tackle their lessons in a personalized way. Get to know the principles behind online TEFL teaching and advance your knowledge of effective class techniques.
Here you’ll get up-to-date tips on the current employment market. In this module you will receive details about how to choose the best career path, whether you plan to be self-employed or work for an established online teaching platform. You will be ready to jump into any job online whether you are at home or abroad.
In short, no but it can depend on employers! Although many English teaching companies do require you to have a degree, such as VIPKid, and English First, it is not required for all online English teaching companies. PalFish, which is an app that you can use on your phone to teach English, does not require you to have a college degree.
The amount of money you can make teaching English online will depend on your experience. It varies from company to company. In general, you can make anywhere from $12 to $26 per hour. (€9 -€20 per hour).
Nope! The majority of online English teaching companies, if not all, prepare the teaching materials for each lesson. This includes the slides you will use and the games that you will play in each lesson. It is encouraged for you to look over each lesson before going over it with students.
It depends on the company! Some English teaching companies may require you to have a prop or two for your lessons with younger students while others may not. However, the majority of online English teaching companies do prefer you to use props. It engages the student and when you are applying for the position, it will help you to get the job!
This will differ from company to company. For the majority of companies, if you are a native English speaker with your degree, your TEFL certificate, and a clean background check, you will meet the requirements.
This is completely up to you! Although some companies may require you to work a minimum of 6-8 hours a week, the total amount of hours that you work is up to you. One of the benefits of teaching English online is that you can choose how many hours a week you wish to work and when you want to work.
In general, the majority of online English teaching companies have students ages 5 -15. However, there are companies where you could be teaching adult learners. For example, PalFish is an app with an Official Kid’s Course, where you teach children. However, their app, in general, is focused more towards adults where you simply have a conversation with someone on the app and are paid by the minute.