Below are some of the requirements for teaching Dutch on our platform.
Firstly, Dutch normally needs to be your native language.
Another thing you will need is some teaching experience. Tutors with experience teaching Dutch online will have a higher chance of success. If you have great reviews on another site, this will give you a high chance of success.
A formal teaching certificate will increase your chances of success, but is not required. This is because we also look at tutors’ wider experience and abilities.
If your level of English is below B1, you may have a lower chance of success.
Tutors need a very reliable internet connection, a functioning microphone, and a webcam. Note that newer computers often have built-in microphones and webcams. However, using an external camera or microphone typically provides better audio/video quality. Your internet connection must have a download/upload speed of at least 2Mbps. You can test it here.
You’ll also need to be willing to use Skype and Zoom for teaching lessons. These video calling tools are easy to set up and use. We provide instructions for Zoom in case you haven’t used it before.