Personally, I teach English face-to-face in the morning and online with Skype in the afternoon.This is a list of online English teaching companies.They teach 25 minute classes to children and 50 minute classes to adults.Teachers must work a minimum of 12 hours per week from Monday to Sunday from am-am and Friday & Saturday 8pm-midnight EST. To apply send your CV and photo to [email protected] English online is a great way to earn money from home.If you are qualified you shouldn’t have any troubles getting a job and by qualified I mean that you have a university degree, a CELTA or TESL certificate and some teaching experience.They teach business English and exam preparation and the majority of their students are in grades 7 to 12.They want teachers from the USA or Canada with a bachelors degree and 2 years of teaching experience. EC Talk Canada is based in Canada but their students (aged 10-12) are in China.
For classes they pay .20 per 50 minute class, and .20 per 25 minute class. Real Talk has been around for about 5 years, but their website is new and they are growing.
I have had interviews with several of the companies on this list and I am currently working for one of them. They mostly teach business English, but most of them offer test preparation, group and individual classes too.
This is a list that I will be updating, please leave a comment if you have any experiences with these companies or knowof any others that should be added to the list.
They want native speakers with a “North American accent”. English Tutors Online looks like a small company that is focused on helping English learners with specific tasks like writing or presentations. They have their own curriculum and specialize in “The Scarlett Method”. They would like to find teachers that care about people and fostering excellent learning environments so they are very selective about who they hire.
According to their application they want teachers who are able to work in the USA legally. Click here for the comments and the English Tutors Online review page. Click here for comments and the Topic-Time reviews page.