What makes a successful group program? I believe it’s about balancing the academic and business side. But how can you achieve that?
In episode 115 of Get richer, teacher podcast I’ll walk you through 4 elements that are crucial for building an extraordinary group language course to make sure it’ll be effective for your students and profitable for you:
- the importance of having a specific target audience in mind while creating your group program
- relevant, urgent and measurable outcome of the course
- structuring the course in a way that helps your students make progress
- the appeal of time-bound language courses.
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Hey, I’m Ola!
For the last 2 years I have been helping language teachers like you build online brands, connect with their perfect students and make more money. I used to be a teacher, a teacher trainer and even ran my own language school in the past, but I am now focused on coaching teachers full-time (and I love it!) So far I have helped over 400 language educators from all over the world and my mission is to see the world where teachers thrive, enjoy the hell out of life and their job and have a great impact on their students lives (without burnout or selling their souls).