AFP S2E16 – Sam Horrocks: Teaching languages abroad

We're back! After a minor unplanned summer holiday, the podcast returns with a good friend of mine; Sam Horrocks. Sam and I talk about his current lifestyle of travelling and teaching languages abroad. A great episode for people who want to travel, but are unsure how to fund it.

Summer holiday (unplanned!)

Two weeks without the podcast! I'm officially dying of shame. As you might have read in my previous post: An overdue update from Budapest I've gone through a very hard time emotionally and to top things off the internet company just decided to be pretty incompetent and as a consequence I simply didn't have access to any proper internet for the last 3 weeks+

However, now the internet is installed everything can return to normal and I hope you enjoy this episode with Sam.

Show Notes

In this episode you will hear about:

  • How Sam got into teaching languages
  • How he funds his travels by teaching
  • How you can do it too!
  • The advantages and disadvantages
  • Lots of practical tips and advice for people who want to travel but not sure how to fund it
  • Qualifications
  • Italki
  • and much more….

Episode Resources

This lists the resources relevant to the episode. For other language learning resources please go to the resource page for more information.

  • iTalki – Teach your native language to the world, no qualification required.

The Episode

Thank you for listening!

Thank you for tuning in to the show this week. If you have any feedback or questions for this episode, please don't hesitate to leave them in the comments field below.

If you enjoyed the episode, don't hesitate to share it using the social media buttons below. I'd also be super stoked if you would take a minute to leave an honest review of the show on iTunes. It really means a lot to me and the show and I appreciate you taking the time.

To stay updated with the show, use the following links to subscribe:

iTunes – For iDevices and PCs – Multi-platform support

Stitcher – Alternative to above

Thank you to this week's guest: Sam!