We have a range of Teeline Shorthand courses online, to suit all requirements. In an era when more and more educational establishments are excluding shorthand from the curriculum we have the perfect solution online. Ours is a personalised training service which puts the learner and their unique needs first, enabling individuals to achieve their full potential.
Whether you are a student, a journalist, an employer, a PA, or simply want to enhance your writing skills, there is a Teeline Shorthand course here for you.
Our existing students regularly rate our courses as "Outstanding". Register now for new courses starting soon
We provide e-learning for all levels of Teeline Shorthand writing ability, including courses at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Each course takes a nominal 17 weeks to complete with each student’s personal structured learning plan.
"I, like many others, didn't manage to reach the 100wpm benchmark needed during my 20 week NCTJ course. In my case, this was due to shear bone idleness." "There was little chance I was going to be able to pass the 100wpm test off my own back. So, when I heard about Elaine's course, I gave her a call and decided to give it a go. I'm very glad I did too, because it proved to be remarkably effective. By using the broad range of teaching methods on offer on the internet-based course, I passed the 100wpm NCTJ exam in an external test at my company's head office within 10 weeks." "When I first enrolled on the course, the first teaching tool that grabbed me was the time trial games, in which you have to identify the shorthand outline in as short a time as possible. I also printed out all the worksheets, which are clear and well set out. But probably the most effective tools are the masses of online timed speeches and Elaine's tutorials over the phone on a weekly basis, or more often if required. She was fantastic at communicating exactly what needed to be done to improve my shorthand speed." "All in all, it is a well set-out package which should get the most hopeless shorthand case up to speed pretty quickly."
George Hinton - Ripon Today