Do the page at you?


If you love the English language; if “speelling misteaks” jump off the page at you; if you can recognise a clumsy sentence construction – and you know how to fix it; if you know the difference between there/their/they’re, and your/you’re – you could get paid for doing proofreader and editor jobs at home. Your clients will likely be book and/or magazine publishers, website managers, people in businesses which produce lots of documents.

We show you how to do everything, including setting up your own business which you operate at home.

This home study training course has 12 tutorials and assignments. Each one takes you a step closer to being a qualified professional. Newspapers, magazines, eBooks, blogs, websites, biography manuscripts … There are more opportunities for proofreaders and editors to have paid work today than there has ever been! We live in fortunate times. Suddenly the world of publishing is as close as your computer. Qualified proofreaders are in demand.

Where you live, your age and your health are not constraints. Basically, the people who give out proofreading work don’t care. All they want to know is: “Can you proofread 5000 words about xyz topic by 5pm Tuesday?”

You’ll agree on a fee (which depends on the size of the task, its complexity, urgency etc). Some jobs are simple, while others are technically more demanding. That’s why the pay rate differs from one job to the next. You may decline work you don’t want to do.

Proofreading1If you think this kind of work is exciting, interesting, and mentally stimulating, you’re right. Once you’re doing* it – and you’ll start doing relatively easy proofreading tasks to begin with – you’ll find it becomes engrossing and rewarding. Editing is the next rung up the ladder.

*We have step-by-step instructions (Reports 1020 and 1090) which show you HOW to make your initial contact with publishers and WHERE to find the ones who publish material about YOUR PREFERRED TOPICS. For example, are you familiar with the trade/industry/professional jargon people use in the health/nursing world? Legal terms? Horses? Gardening? Cooking? Crafts? Dogs? Bible? Boats? Or 999 other topics.

The Internet has created a unique geographical advantage for proofreaders. Sending a document across the world (which previously took weeks), now takes only seconds! So proofreading and editing work that was once restricted to nearby suppliers is now sent anywhere in the world. So where YOU live doesn’t matter.

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You can learn how to be a professional proofreader in less than a year. Learn at home.

Write in the boxes below to download the training course prospectus. It gives you complete information including fees for the Proofreader and Editor course. It also has a Spelling Aptitude Test. See whether you have the basic entry-level spelling skills.  (Please write in all the boxes.)

The Enrolment Application is contained within the download and is also available online. Please call if you have any questions. Toll Free: 0800 80 1994 International: +64 9 272 3974.

Do the page at you?


If you love the English language; if “speelling misteaks” jump off the page at you; if you can recognise a clumsy sentence construction – and you know how to fix it; if you know the difference between there/their/they’re, and your/you’re – you could get paid for doing proofreader and editor jobs at home. Your clients will likely be book and/or magazine publishers, website managers, people in businesses which produce lots of documents.

We show you how to do everything, including setting up your own business which you operate at home.

This home study training course has 12 tutorials and assignments. Each one takes you a step closer to being a qualified professional. Newspapers, magazines, eBooks, blogs, websites, biography manuscripts … There are more opportunities for proofreaders and editors to have paid work today than there has ever been! We live in fortunate times. Suddenly the world of publishing is as close as your computer. Qualified proofreaders are in demand.

Where you live, your age and your health are not constraints. Basically, the people who give out proofreading work don’t care. All they want to know is: “Can you proofread 5000 words about xyz topic by 5pm Tuesday?”

You’ll agree on a fee (which depends on the size of the task, its complexity, urgency etc). Some jobs are simple, while others are technically more demanding. That’s why the pay rate differs from one job to the next. You may decline work you don’t want to do.

Proofreading1If you think this kind of work is exciting, interesting, and mentally stimulating, you’re right. Once you’re doing* it – and you’ll start doing relatively easy proofreading tasks to begin with – you’ll find it becomes engrossing and rewarding. Editing is the next rung up the ladder.

*We have step-by-step instructions (Reports 1020 and 1090) which show you HOW to make your initial contact with publishers and WHERE to find the ones who publish material about YOUR PREFERRED TOPICS. For example, are you familiar with the trade/industry/professional jargon people use in the health/nursing world? Legal terms? Horses? Gardening? Cooking? Crafts? Dogs? Bible? Boats? Or 999 other topics.

The Internet has created a unique geographical advantage for proofreaders. Sending a document across the world (which previously took weeks), now takes only seconds! So proofreading and editing work that was once restricted to nearby suppliers is now sent anywhere in the world. So where YOU live doesn’t matter.

ProofreadingComic

You can learn how to be a professional proofreader in less than a year. Learn at home.

Write in the boxes below to download the training course prospectus. It gives you complete information including fees for the Proofreader and Editor course. It also has a Spelling Aptitude Test. See whether you have the basic entry-level spelling skills.  (Please write in all the boxes.)

The Enrolment Application is contained within the download and is also available online. Please call if you have any questions. Toll Free: 0800 80 1994 International: +64 9 536 6182.

If you love the English language; if “speelling misteaks” jump off the page at you; if you can recognise a clumsy sentence construction – and you know how to fix it; if you know the difference between there/their/they’re, and your/you’re – you could get paid for doing proofreader and editor jobs at home. Your clients will likely be book and/or magazine publishers, website managers, people in businesses which produce lots of documents.

We show you how to do everything, including setting up your own business which you operate at home.

This home study training course has 12 tutorials and assignments. Each one takes you a step closer to being a qualified professional. Newspapers, magazines, eBooks, blogs, websites, biography manuscripts … There are more opportunities for proofreaders and editors to have paid work today than there has ever been! We live in fortunate times. Suddenly the world of publishing is as close as your computer. Qualified proofreaders are in demand.

Where you live, your age and your health are not constraints. Basically, the people who give out proofreading work don’t care. All they want to know is: “Can you proofread 5000 words about xyz topic by 5pm Tuesday?”

You’ll agree on a fee (which depends on the size of the task, its complexity, urgency etc). Some jobs are simple, while others are technically more demanding. That’s why the pay rate differs from one job to the next. You may decline work you don’t want to do.

Proofreading1If you think this kind of work is exciting, interesting, and mentally stimulating, you’re right. Once you’re doing* it – and you’ll start doing relatively easy proofreading tasks to begin with – you’ll find it becomes engrossing and rewarding. Editing is the next rung up the ladder.

*We have step-by-step instructions (Reports 1020 and 1090) which show you HOW to make your initial contact with publishers and WHERE to find the ones who publish material about YOUR PREFERRED TOPICS. For example, are you familiar with the trade/industry/professional jargon people use in the health/nursing world? Legal terms? Horses? Gardening? Cooking? Crafts? Dogs? Bible? Boats? Or 999 other topics.

The Internet has created a unique geographical advantage for proofreaders. Sending a document across the world (which previously took weeks), now takes only seconds! So proofreading and editing work that was once restricted to nearby suppliers is now sent anywhere in the world. So where YOU live doesn’t matter.

ProofreadingComic

You can learn how to be a professional proofreader in less than a year. Learn at home.

Write in the boxes below to download the training course prospectus. It gives you complete information including fees for the Proofreader and Editor course. It also has a Spelling Aptitude Test. See whether you have the basic entry-level spelling skills.  (Please write in all the boxes.)

The Enrolment Application is contained within the download and is also available online. Please call if you have any questions. Toll Free: 0800 80 1994 International: +64 9 536 6182.