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teacherLabel Civil and Commercial Law BSO


As a freelance teacher at Coursle - Centre For Distance Learning, you’ll be responsible for putting the teaching materials together and crafting the curriculum for the Civil and Commercial Law BSO course. You can use your professional experience to leave your mark on the course contents. You’ll have a list of school guidelines you can always refer to, and we ask that you take the course’s target group into account. You’re free to use any existing teaching materials as a source of inspiration, as long as the source is properly referenced. Which means you can use anything you’ve created in the past if you wish.
You’ll also be responsible for reviewing and correcting students’ homework and providing them with support/ guidance during their online education. We have an online platform that has been designed to help you do that efficiently.



  • Creating and/or adapting educational programs, training tools and exercises
  • Developing learning methods and resources
  • Supporting students and following up with them on educational, logistical and/or administrative matters
  • Following remote training framework
  • Designing and adjusting training programs, tools, modules and plans
  • Transferring knowledge to students
  • Developing an orientation module for the training program
  • Conduct evaluations of exercises, practice and exams
  • Keeping students informed on materials and equipment, and transferring technical skills


  • What exactly is law, what can you understand and what is covered by law?
  • The person in the legal system: what is crucial information related to the person, why is this information so important, what is it used for and what is the difference between the different systems. Cohabiting or marrying legally?
  • The purchase agreement, the rental agreement and the insurance agreement: characteristics, conditions, obligations and laws that apply. The most common non-life and personal insurance policies.
  • When is a trader referred to: the profession of trader and acts of commerce. What competence do you need to set up a business?
  • Choice of business: sole trader or company? What are the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of each type of enterprise and what determines the choice?
  • (Tax) obligations at the start-up and operation of a company: permits and certificates, Kruispuntbank van Ondernemingen and the VAT identification number.
  • The commercial rent and the protection of the trader as a tenant.


  • Legal assistant at a company
  • Freelance legal assistant



To be able to teach at Coursle - Centre For Distance Learning, you must have at least 3 years of self-employed experience in your field, as well as the necessary pedagogical skills. We also attach great importance to practical experience and being able to write in fluent English. Our teachers are genuine entrepreneurs with real professional knowledge to pass on.
A teacher needs to be friendly, outgoing and helpful. When students submit homework or have a question, you must be able to answer within 48 hours, wherever in the world you are. Which means you need to have a stable Internet connection, a working PC, and up-to-date Microsoft Office.


Coursle - Centre For Distance Learning is offering you steady, long-term collaboration. We’re giving you the opportunity to train the professionals of tomorrow while also expanding your own career, developing your own skills – and getting a steady source of income.


Being an Entrepreneur’s school, we focus on hiring teachers with years of experience being self-employed in their field. As a teacher at Coursle - Centre For Distance Learning, you’ll be teaching students about real-life scenarios you’ve faced while working in the field. You’ll also be giving them extra tips about becoming self-employed themselves, like how to find their first clients, what to charge when starting out and avoiding beginner mistakes. This practice-oriented approach makes you immensely valuable as a teacher and makes our school so unique.


Courses by Coursle - Centre For Distance Learning are to be conducted in English.


Coursle - Centre For Distance Learning offers a freelance contract that lets you work remotely at times that suit you best. Our teaching positions are very flexible and can easily be combined with your other activities. Basically, the perfect source of extra income.


When a student signs up for the Civil and Commercial Law BSO home course, they can start immediately. They study at times they choose themselves. That means that you, as the teacher, can also decide for yourself where and when you work.


As an expert in education and entrepreneurship, we focus on helping students develop new skills in an efficient, practical manner, so they can enter their chosen field quickly – be it as a self-employed professional or as an employee.
We’re part of an international education group that offers training in various European countries. This solid and reliable foundation makes our growing company so well-established and successful on the international market.


What does it mean to teach home courses?

It means that you, in your capacity as an expert, provide your students with professional guidance, tailored to their personal needs and goals. It means you’re free to create your course materials and shape your curriculum any way you see fit – you just need to answer any questions your students may have within 48 hours. To do that, you get access to eCampus, our user-friendly digital learning environment.

A home course is a one-on-one interaction between a passionate expert(you) on one hand and a motivated student on the other. This dynamic guarantees an effective information transfer and a unique educational experience for everyone involved. A personal approach to success- that’s what it’s all about.


Are you motivated, talented and looking for a new challenge? Do you want to work with your colleagues to improve our school - and elevate your career in the process? Send us a CV and motivational letter at

If we like your energy, we'll invite you for an interview. Is there something there? A spark in the conversation? The sound of fireworks? Then you'll get an assignment from us. Do well on it, and there will be an offer in your inbox.









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