Giving Mums the power to go self-employed
Discover how freelancing could transform your life and apply to take part in our next enrolment.
Freedom and flexibility
Balancing work and parenting your way
Parents have a lot on their plate. Juggling the school run and the office is tricky, freelancing needn’t be. We want to offer Mums the practical skills to work flexibly, freely and independently.
Take the leap
PeoplePerHour Academy, at your service
We’re not magicians, but we do know a heck of a lot about freelancing. That’s why we’ve created a shiny Academy to help you and others take the plunge. We cover everything from setting up as a freelancer to balancing the books, winning work and marketing yourself. Best of all? The Academy is free.
- 6 weeks of online webinar training
- Training delivered by 3 of our top freelancers
- Guidance and support along the way
- The tools to build your business
- Induction and graduation events in London
Join the Academy
To be eligible, you must be a mum with a child under the age of 16 and have a strong desire to develop your freelance career.
If this sounds peachy, apply to be a student by completing the form.Apply
Benefits of taking part
Opportunity to be your own boss
The opportunity to progress your career on a schedule that suits you. By choosing this alternative career path, you can have the best of both worlds as a parent and a boss.
Our team of expert mentors have been there and done it and can provide you with the best advice in the business to help you boss self–employment.
Wave goodbye to the rigid 9-5. Work on your own terms, set your own deadlines and boss the work-life balance like the best of ‘em.
You’ll have the chance to meet a team of like-minded women at our induction and graduation events, enabling you to forge friendships and share inspiration.
Discover how the Academy could change your life
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