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Teachers Can Make Six Figures Offering Court Mandated Classes, Revealed by Former Substitute Teacher

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Teachers Can Make Six Figures Offering Court Mandated Classes, Revealed by Former Substitute Teacher

December 23
18:46 2019

Marietta, GA – December 23, 2019 – With dismal financial status of many teachers, and lack of opportunities in the education sector in general, a new ray of hope comes from the field of teaching court mandated correctional courses. A real-life example is that of Derek Collins, the CEO of the Diversion Center, who has spent over ten years teaching court mandated courses with an attractive income.

Teachers around the country are underpaid and overworked, and classrooms are no longer inspiring places to teach. With lack of resources, overcrowding of schools and minimal pays, teachers aren’t in the best place to feel secure about their future. A new opportunity, however lies in the field of correctional classes, which are mandated by courts: correctional center teachers offer counseling in diverse cases, and could even help probationers get their charges dropped and avoid jail time.

At the Diversion Center, Mr. Collins is a busy man, as he goes around doing what he loves – teaching and inspiring the class to live a new, transformed life. His courses include anger management, prevention of theft and shoplifting, and tackling issues like domestic violence, alcohol and drugs, as well as DUI cases. The Center also carries out evaluations for alcohol and drug/DUI and non-DUI cases and anger management.

Mr. Collins states: “Many teachers are unaware of this opportunity, and I easily make 6 figures a year teaching court mandated classes. I am my own boss and make my own schedule. Being able to control my destiny and serve my community on my terms is fulfilling to me.”

The Diversion Center offers classes at five centers in Atlanta Metro region, located at Marietta, Lawrenceville, Fayetteville, Duluth and Jonesboro. Apart from correctional classes, the Center also engages in subjects like entrepreneurship, life and career coaching, and psychological techniques like motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy.

The Center was borne out of Collins’ own past, where he ended up taking 24 weeks of alcohol and drug classes in 2004, as mandated by the court. Introduced to a new field, Collins applied his learnings to start the Diversion Center. Today, he is helping others do the same. Derek Collins is also the author of ‘How To Be Successful With or Without A College Degree’ and is counted as an accomplished entrepreneur, life coach and substance abuse counselor.

Check out how to set up court mandated classes at: www.courtmandatedtraining.com

Mr. Collins shows educators how to establish an environment where they can have creative freedom while doing what they love. Among the benefits, teachers have fewer restrictions, more income, self-governed (be their own boss), work part-time or full time, pay off student loans and fund retirement. The best thing about the business – do what one loves while serving the community.

About

Diversion Center is a court-approved outpatient treatment facility headquartered in Marietta, GA. We provide court mandated and employer mandated counseling.

For more information, please visit: www.thediversioncenter.com  / www.courtmandatedtraining.com  

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Company Name: Diversion Center
Contact Person: Derek Collins
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Phone: 404-503-8069
Address:2759 Delk Rd Suite 2425
City: Marietta
State: GA 30067
Country: United States
Website: https://www.thediversioncenter.com/