About us

I’m an English Teacher in Prague.  A few years ago I had some students who told me about a frustrating experience they had with the language agency I was working for: They would request a teacher from the agency, have an English lessson, decide he/she wasn't what they were looking for, and request a new teacher.  This happened about five times.  (Luckily, I was number five.)

 

 

This got me thinking.  For a lot of industries there's a self-service option.  If you want a holiday, you can call the travel agent or book everything yourself online.  If you want to buy stocks, you can use a broker or the Internet.  The same for real estate, dating, website design, even divorce.  Sure it's a little more work to do it yourself, but a lot of people prefer it: you've got more control, and it's usally cheaper. 

So why not the same for language teachers?

 

Cheers,

-Ryan Viguerie

Prague, December 2009