MSNBC has launched a training program that teaches you everything you need to know to earn money online.
The training center, named Training Online Academy, will provide up to two hours of training online.
The academy’s founder, Michelle Tafoya, told MSNBC she has spent three years working in the business of online training and hopes to eventually turn it into a business for her family.
She said the online training academy has helped her earn up $1,200 per week in just three weeks of online courses, which she said can easily put you over the top.
“I would say it’s more than a hobby.
I’ve earned a lot of money,” Tafoyas said.”
It’s a lot more than just sitting there doing the online courses and watching what I have to do.”
Tafoya said the program is geared toward people who are starting out in the online learning world and want to take the next step and get into the workforce.
She says it will be up to the companies to determine the level of experience required and how much it will cost to enroll in the program.
The company will pay you in installments and take care of the rest.
She told MSNBC that the online course will be available to everyone who wants to learn the basics of the business, including starting your own business, how to negotiate with potential customers, and how to set up and manage a website.
“We are not trying to teach you how to be a better business person,” she said.
The program will be open to anyone with a web browser.
It also will be offered through various partners including The Coursera, Courserate, Courses.com, Udemy, and Udacity.
Tafoyos website will be hosted by a company called Udacity, which is offering the program as an online certificate.
Udacity said it will pay her for each day she is able to complete the training online and she will be paid in a way that makes it look like she’s actually earned money.