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Trainee Mentor/ Tutor  

Standguide - Manchester, Greater Manchester, North West, UK

These could be generic jobsearch, confidence and motivation programmes, or literacy and numeracy, to ensure that customers have the appropriate experience and practical skills to move into employment,...

from: totaljobs.com

Psychology Graduate Support Tutor  

Birkenhead Sixth Form College - Prenton, Merseyside, North West, UK

This is an excellent opportunity for a Psychology Graduate who is interested in teaching to gain experience in a high performing sixth form college.

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Clinical Health Care Tutor / Assessor  

Oakmoor Recruitment - Maidstone, Kent, South East, UK

Our client, a well-established private training provider, are currently seeking an experienced Clinical Health Care Tutor to deliver and coordinate the successful completion of Clinical Healthcare Support...

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Prospero Teaching - Tiverton, Devon, Devon, United Kingdom

1:1 Tutor, Tiverton About the 1:1 Tutor, position: Prospero Teaching are looking for a 1:1 tutors to support students from 6-18. The successful tutor should be able to support mainly with the core subjects... Tutor Work careers...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 2 days ago

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Intervention Tutor  

Clarus Education Ltd - West London, London, South East, UK (+1 location)

We are currently looking to recruit an English, Science or Maths Intervention Tutor to support pupils within the respective departments in the run up to GCSE and A-level exams. Tutor careers... From £70 to £80 per day

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 4 days ago


I-TEACHERS - South East London, Inner London, United Kingdom

Russell Group Graduate Tutor Are you a Russell Group graduate looking for a step into education before commencing your teacher training? Would you love to expand your knowledge of the day-to-day running... private tutor London...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 2 days ago


TMC - Manchester, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

The Manchester College has many Campus locations across Greater Manchester, each with its own specialist cutting-edge facilities within a friendly and supportive environment. english tutor London...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 2 days ago

STEM Graduate Tutor  

i-teachers - New Malden, London, South East, UK

Do you have a degree in a STEM subject and have been considering a career in education? STEM Graduate Tutor – KT3 kijiji tutor... From £75 to £85 per day

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 4 days ago


York College - York, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Plus generous benefits . These include: 55 days annual leave per year including bank holidays and efficiency closures Generous Occupational Pension Scheme - employer contribution of 23.68% Payment of 100%... tutors...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 2 days ago


simply education - Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Simply Education are recruiting for one to one Tutor for a SEMH School - Meir The specialist school is looking for someone to join them on a long term basis for five mornings per week starting from September... part time tutor london...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk - 2 days ago


MacIntyre - St. Albans, Hertfordshire, South East, UK

Are you a qualified Assessor with a gift for getting the best out of people? Could you bring these skills to an award-winning charity? tutor in East London... £10,000 per annum

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 3 days ago

English Tutor  

Bidvine - London, England (+8 locations)

Are you skilled in your craft, passionate about the quality of your work, friendly and professional? Are you looking for new clients? If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you. If you are happy... dental nurse tutor...

from: neuvoo.co.uk (+2 sources) - Yesterday

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French Tutor  

Bidvine - Stockport District, England (+7 locations)

Who are we looking for? We want patient and knowledgeable French teachers with a deep passion for the language who can inspire this passion in others. If you can be in direct contact with clients and have... tutor work home...

from: neuvoo.co.uk (+2 sources) - 6 days ago

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The role of a tutor is centered around assisting students with areas of their studies which they are having difficulties with. On average, a tutor might help each student only a couple of hours a week, going through academic work and reinforcing the things they've learnt at school or university. Students will usually pick their tutors on the basis of their qualifications and track record
It is typical that people work as tutors alongside their main job. An important part of tutoring is advertising services to gain more clients. Usually a tutor will work at the student's house or a public place such as a library. It is important to evaluate the student's weaknesses so the job holder are better positioned to help them
As people in this role will generally be teaching students one-on-one, they must show patience and encouragement. The students tend to bring their own learning materials but the job holder may be expected to provide additional aids
Tutors usually set their own private rate, but on average charge around £25 per hour.

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  • Tutoring Sheryl

    I’d love to be a tutor in the afternoons during the academic year. Whether it be with kids or with adults. I moved just over six months ago and naturally I’m having a bit more trouble finding people I can offer to tutor. Has anybody been there and can give me some ideas on how to better promote myself?

    • Matthew:

      Have you tried the bulletin boards in unis, that can sometimes be useful.

      • Rob:

        I also put little notices in local shops (not all of them let you, but those that do, work fine too).

    • Rachel:

      Because I move around in public transport I often put notes in post boxes locally, and if I have a recurrent activity in a different area that allows me some free time, I do it in that area too. It always works pretty well for me.

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