Free trip to Australia? “Study Abroad” Handbook


Update:  We’ve now put the handbook online as a funky new website!

Here’s the Study Abroad handbook we’ve been working on for Australia.  It’s packed with info & looking gorgeous!

If you’ve ever thought of taking your students abroad on the trip of a lifetime, or fancy a free trip to Australia (schools usually organise the price so the kids subsidise the teacher’s ticket!) then right click below, select “save as” and enjoy!


Then call 092-751-8678 to get more details or pass the book onto your friends.

I had an amazing time there last month and I’m sure you will too!

Be genki,


Richard Graham

Hello, I'm Richard Graham. And when I was a kid I found school to be sooooo boring... So I transformed my way of teaching. I listened to what the kids were really wanting to say and taught it in ways they really wanted to learn. The results were magical. So I'm sharing it all with you now...

7 Responses to “Free trip to Australia? “Study Abroad” Handbook”

  1. Margit

    Just great!
    Would you put this up somewhere, that it’s easy to find again?

  2. richard

    Any ideas of where would be good? Or you can just right click and download it of course!

  3. Margit

    Maybe under “Home” beneath the “China Job” link would be good.

    I could download it, but I would prefer it to have it on this site.

    Or maybe it would be possible to make a seperate link for members, where you put in all the e-books(handbooks), like Halloween, Christmas, 50 games, phonics, …??!

  4. 英会話 長野市 Little King

    Great Idea Richard, I was wondering what you were researching with your travels to Australia and NZ. great job, you have put together a very impressive handbook/website. I hope that it goes well. I was wondering if you have considered offering an affiliate program?

  5. richard

    It’s a possibility, email and let me know what you have in mind!

  6. Fanitsa

    Hi Richard,
    being Australian sounds like a great opportunity to take some kids and go home for a month. I can’t seem to save it or even view it.Is there a pdf version somewhere in english?
    thanks Fanitsa

  7. Richard

    Hi Fanitsa,

    Here’s the website version:

    It’s all in Japanese unfortunately!

    It’s usually not that difficult to get a programme together. The tricky part is all the regulatory stuff, for example in Japan you’re not allowed to take kids overseas unless you are licensed by the government. Which I guess is actually a good thing!

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