with Patrick Mustu
NOTE Following February's cancellation of this event, it has been rescheduled for the following date!
11th May 2019
14.00 - 17.00
Alte Feuerwache Köln
das kleine Forum
It is tedious, yet necessary: dealing with working conditions, requirements and the nitty-gritty.
Following up on the 2015 workshop on commercial and legal aspects of freelance teaching, this workshop will provide an update on recent developments, including:
the European General Data Protection Regulation and its implications for freelance teachers;
meeting legal requirements when running a web site and using social media for your business;
relevant tax changes.
We will also take a look at invoice and contract templates.
Every participant will get a free copy of MELTA’s guide for freelance language teachers, which addresses many issues of concern, including billing, taxes, contracts and insurance matters. It also covers some very special topics, such as legal requirements on running a web site, “Scheinselbständigkeit” and the German pension fund’s interest in freelance teachers. Finding information, help and professional advisors form a dedicated section, as well as a summary of useful tips. The guide also contains invoice and contract templates.
About the speaker
Patrick Mustu is a lawyer, language trainer and translator based in Düsseldorf. He focuses on providing language training to law and accounting firms. Patrick is a former EULETA (European Legal English Teachers’ Association) board member, and the author of “Realizing Claims in Germany” (Hierosgamos), “Legal English” (Kiehl Verlag), “English for Insolvency” (Business Spotlight), “English for Tax Professionals” (Cornelsen Verlag), “English for Income Tax Returns” (Business Spotlight), “Eigenheiten der englischen Rechtssprache” (BDÜ Fachverlag) and “A Guide for Freelance Language Teachers in Germany” (MELTA). See his profile at elta-rhine.de/Trainer:PatrickMustu.
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