Next Webinar: Ireland to Italy and Beyond: Traveling as an Online English Teacher

For the past two years, Vanessa and husband Ray have been traveling the world while teaching English online. They had a dream to spend St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland and took the short flight from Edinburgh to Dublin. The plan was to spend a few weeks on the Emerald Isle, but plans changed. They quickly realized that they would call Ireland home for longer than expected. Four months longer in fact.

With European lockdown and travel restrictions now easing, they have recently relocated to Naples, Italy. Join Teacher Vanessa in this live webinar to discover what it was like to travel and set up home in a new country during COVID plus ask her anything about life in Italy as an online English teacher.

Join us live on Facebook at 6pm UK/ 1pm NY/ 7pm South Africa

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Vanessa will cover:

✈ traveling as an online English teacher

✈ tips and tricks for packing the teaching essentials

✈ relocating to a different country

✈ air travel during a global pandemic and travel restrictions

✈ teaching challenges after moving


We caught up with Vanessa after her move to Italy ahead of the webinar to get a glimpse into her new life. Answering questions about traveling during COVID 19 and how she coped with an unexpected stay in Ireland, Vanessa didn’t hold back.

Make sure to bring your questions and join us to learn all about travel as an online English Teacher.

September 29th | 6pm UK/ 1pm NY/ 7pm South Africa | Facebook Live


Vanessa also takes over our Instagram every Tuesday. Tune in to get a glimpse into the life of an online English teacher!

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