Join Ishaq below to find out how he opened up his very own online English teaching company and how you can do it too.

Ishaq Pervev started his teaching career in 2017 with a 12 week paid TEFL internship with Premier TEFL in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. After his internship, he moved to a TEFL job in Japan and has now set up his own company Aspire English Academy, from his new home in Spain. Want to know if you have what it takes to set up your online English teaching company? Join Ishaq, hear his story & be inspired!

Make sure to watch the recorded webinar to learn all about being your own boss when teaching English online and how to be a freelance success.

What is Ishaq going to cover:

  • What made him chose to do a TEFL course in the first place?
  • His amazing TEFL internship in Cambodia
  • The ins and outs of teaching abroad
  • Why did Ishaq choose to be his own boss? and the unreal benefits
  • Step-by-step guide on how to set up your own online English teaching company?
  • FAQ about online teaching, benefits, and drawbacks

Do you want to open your own English teaching company?

Have you ever wanted to become your own boss? or own your own company? If so, you have come to the right place to find out all the right steps to take. Just tune in to Ishaq’s webinar.

The first step to take is to get TEFL certified. Choose from a wide range of courses at Premier TEFL. Once you have this step completed you are halfway there. By being your own boss and working from home it has unlimited perks. For instance, one massive benefit is the amount of money you can save. You can retain a huge amount of money on transport costs, clothing costs and eating out for lunch costs. Working from home helps you cut these massive expenses and gives you a chance to earn more.

 

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