The web is providing a window for a variety of online business and employment opportunities. Virtual stores and assistants are reaping the benefits of a work-from-home arrangement. And now many are discovering the benefits of online teaching, with Filipinos being sought after for their fluency, patience, and professionalism.
Online teaching is making raves as a productive source of alternative income for those looking for a second career, for those wishing to switch jobs, for stay-at-home moms and dads, and for entrepreneurs in search of a home-based business.
What does it take to teach online? Are courses online sufficient for one to qualify for teaching jobs? While online teaching courses are offered free on the website, nothing can approximate formal training with a credible training provider. Like any teacher job, online teacher training is a craft that must be learned and practiced. Sheila Viesca, TalkShop CEO explains, “Our English Online Teaching course is intensive and very practical with grammar mastery that incorporates all language skills focused on accuracy. This also incorporates protocol with the all-important norms, do’s and don’ts, and how to’s for effective customer service, taking into consideration cultural awareness as well. Actual practice makes all the difference, with students going through immersion to equip them with the needed skills and know-how. It is when one teaches, that one learns twice.”
For many years, TalkShop has been working with international organizations in Communication Excellence training of top and middle executives of Japanese firms and companies with a multi-cultural environment.
Take advantage of this business opportunity and set up your very own online teaching business. Enroll now by calling (632) 894-5588, writing to email@example.com, or logging on to www.talkshop.ph