Free Teeline shorthand lesson This trial lesson is just an extract from our lesson 1 to give you an idea of how our online lessons work Another satisfied student completes the Teeline Online course This lesson covers the Teeline alphabet and how to join letters together. You will learn some short forms called Special Outlines. These are easier ways of writing outlines that occur regularly in the English language. There are a lot of these to learn throughout the course and the more you learn the quicker you will be able to write Aim By the end of your first lesson, you will have covered the alphabet and you can start to write simple words and sentences. In fact, we encourage and help you to start using it straight away with hints and advice on how to include it in your day to day writing.
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Teeline is the easiest shorthand system to learn. Once you have learned the basics and the theory you can build your speeds up to words a minute, with practice. There are ten online lessons. There is no need to buy any books or other resources - everything you need is included in the lessons.
Try before you buy - you can have a go at our free sample lesson - this is an extract of Lesson 1. Support is available from a tutor if you prefer. We have three different levels of support available. We guarantee you will be writing in Teeline shorthand by the end of the day! You will also receive a complimentary Platinum level membership to our online course. Find out more here For a one-off registration fee you will receive unlimited access to the lessons. No renewals, no added extras and no admin fees if you wish to upgrade.
In light of the Coronavirus, we are offering all students who register for our Silver level a free upgrade to our Gold level. This means that you can send your Teeline Online Assignments to us for marking and feedback. Learn Online Complete the course online, in your own time or with a scheduled lesson plan. Work on your own or have support. Free upgrade to our Platinum level online course with full support for all delegates.
Choose to work on your own or receive tutor support. The choice is yours. We can even come to you and be your own tutor.
About Helen I have been teaching Teeline Shorthand for more than 25 years I am passionate about my teaching and my students. I never tire of seeing the progress of students, from that first introduction when it can seem a little confusing to the second session where it starts to be more logical, especially if they have done the required homework… MORE ABOUT ME About Teeline Shorthand In the past years there have been almost different forms of shorthand developed in Great Britain Teeline shorthand was developed by James Hill in the s. He was a Pitman teacher and taught evening classes. He noticed that he started the new year-long course with a large number of students but as the year progressed the number of students dwindled… The 6 simple rules of Teeline Omit the Silent letters Omit one of the Double Letters Use Phonetics whenever possible Retain Sounded Vowel at the Beginning of Word Retain Sounded Vowel at the end of Word Would you like a complimentary Video Teeline Lesson?
Free Teeline shorthand lesson
Next up is speed building. Anyway, let me show you what our first task was: Most of the Teeline shorthand alphabet Yep, this is most of the alphabet in Teeline! Our first task was to drill the alphabet. Less so three quarters of the way through the theory, when suddenly there are lines everywhere, looping and intersecting and doing all sorts.
How to learn shorthand in six weeks
Teeline is the easiest shorthand system to learn. Once you have learned the basics and the theory you can build your speeds up to words a minute, with practice. There are ten online lessons. There is no need to buy any books or other resources - everything you need is included in the lessons. Try before you buy - you can have a go at our free sample lesson - this is an extract of Lesson 1. Support is available from a tutor if you prefer.