How to Become a Language Rockstar Free class

Niki Ververis, Ms.

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4 Videos (38m)
    • Introduction and Overview

    • Lesson 1

    • Lesson 2

    • Conclusion


About This Class

This course is for bi-linguists or multi-linguists who want to make a career out of teaching language lessons to young children in a fun and interactive manner! We want to show you the basics on how to make it big as a Language Tutor/Nanny, and achieve a career that is not only fun, but pays well too!

Through our videos and downloadable material, we teach you how you can start out or plan your Language Tutor/Nanny. This course contains useful tips on how you can sell yourself to parents looking for a Language Tutor for their child, how to properly measure how much you should charge for your services, tips on how to perform great as a Language Tutor/Nanny, and more.

The course is beneficial for anyone who knows two or more languages and wants to make the most out of it by teaching it to young children. This course also works great for nannies or child care service providers who are looking to expand their child care work by including a service for teaching children another language.

If you're a nanny or child care employee who knows a couple or more languages (fluently), you can enrol in this basic course and get a good grasp on levelling up you child care career by adding a Language Tutor/Nanny service for children! That way, you can start charging higher rates and pave your way toward a successful Language Tutor/Nanny career!





I have been teaching languages to adults in both Australia and Europe for over 10 years. I started teaching children when once day I was approached by a local celebrity couple, who wanted me to teach English to their children.

At first I was unsure about how I had to go about it, but then I began to experiment with different games children preferred to learn from. I incorporated these games and ideas into teaching these children and discovered that the children were not only learning, but were also having a lot of fun!

Since they were enjoying the lessons, the children actually wanted to have more lessons, and looked forward to learning. That was when I realised that the more enjoyable teachers make a lesson, the faster they learn a language!

I wanted to share this with other language teachers who may be struggling with making their students interested in their lessons. I also wanted to share this with child care providers or nannies who know a language or two, so they can add a little more value to their services by adding language lessons.

I really hope you enjoy my courses and find them useful in teaching children languages, and in creating a profitable career as a Language Tutor/Nanny.