Your own teaching business in France
Yes, it is possible!
Are you fed up of low wages?
Are you running from place to place teaching for a training company, but earning less than the minimum wage?
Would you like to set up your own business, but you have no idea where to start?
I have grown my own training company, going from being a freelance teacher with two company clients, to having clients all over France, and with several teachers on my team.
I'll help you get more students, market your business and understand Qualiopi and the CPF system.
Resources and Courses for Teachers
If you're an aspiring business owner in France, you'll need to know how to deal with the training system, how to find clients and how to market yourself. Everything you need is here!
Use your own CPF or FIFPL funding to pay for courses to grow your business.
Should you start teaching in the training system?
What exactly is Datadock?
Click here to see our free resources to help you learn more about the French training system, CPF and Qualiopi.
Courses for teachers in France
Everything you need to start or grow your business
You'd like to do Qualiopi but you know you can't do it on your own. Or maybe you're looking for practical help starting or growing your business, finding individual and corporate clients or simply having clarity on what to do next.
Hi, I'm Catherine, owner of Aygen Training, a company specialising in international communication and business English training for French companies and professionals. I started my company in 2016 and it has grown exponentially since then. I am now lucky enough to have several corporate clients, as well as a lot of individual CPF clients and I work with a fantastic small team teachers.
I understand what it's like to be frustrated with vacataire work or low-paid language schools, and to wonder how to make your own business work in France. That's why I'd like to hel
Clare M, participant in the Kickstart your Teaching Business course
“Many thanks Catherine for sharing all your knowledge and being so professional. I wish I'd known this information a long time ago. Thanks for encouraging us all.”