Welcome to the ITA’s Teammates programme!

Are you a blogger or an online magazine?

Do you believe in the power of wanderlust? Looking for an easy and exciting way to make money, and at the same time help people who are interested in travel and education take their first steps into the vibrant world of TEFL?
If YES, then we’re sure you’d be interested in our Teammates programme. The Teammate programme is a partnership between you and us.

  • You promote our great range of courses on your website or blog
  • Then when someone purchases an ITA course through your advert, you earn money

Why partner with us?

At the International Tutors Association, we believe that travelling is the second school of life, and that everybody should be able to experience living abroad at least once. We’re always looking for new and interesting ways to promote our internationally recognised, fully accredited courses – they give people the opportunity to travel and teach in incredible destinations around the world. One of the best ways is through like-minded partners just like you!

  • Our professional standard are internationally recognised by TQUK and ACDL
  • To show you our appreciation for the collaboration, we offer you the ITA 120 hour TEFL for FREE

I want to join The Teammate Programme! How? Easy! Enter your details below and you can start earning money today.

How does it works?

Once you enter all your details, you’ll be able to upload our ads onto your blog or website. Your blog visitors will click the ad, which then redirects to the free ITA membership. Then, when they purchase, 25% of every course fee is allocated to YOUR account.

Alternatively, you’re free to use the unique url we provide you wherever and whenever you like; whether it’s on social media, when meeting friends and family, at work – you still earn money the same way.

We’ll send your money conveniently via PayPal. And with all the visitors from your blog promotion, you’ll easily enjoy a healthy income!

A view of Table Mountain and Cape Town South Africa from the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront as the sun goes down and the city lights up