At Chorlton Tuition Centre we regularly get enquiries from tutors asking for work.
My first question is always the same “Are you a qualified teacher? What experience have you had in schools?”
If the answer to these questions is No & None then I simply wouldn’t employ them at Chorlton Tuition Centre.
Tutoring plays a pivotal role in shaping a student’s academic journey, providing personalized guidance, and fostering a deep understanding of subjects. When seeking a tutor, one of the most crucial considerations is their qualifications. While there are various tutoring options available, the expertise and experience of a qualified teacher bring unparalleled benefits
Even if the answer was YES they would still need to have an interview if we had any vacancies. It’s called Due diligence.
I have 3 children at home & know for certain that my wife would not be happy if the tutor they have was not fully qualified. They have all come here for lessons at times- and do well at school.
Here we are on holiday earlier this year ( I know I need to get in shape!)
Qualified teachers have had to go through a rigorous process to achieve full teacher status. They have experience of working with children. Being a subject specialist simply isn’t enough. Experienced teachers know how to set work & differentiate between different children – it’s not just about the age of the child. This experience is invaluable and often underrated.
So if you are looking for a tutor for your child, please make sure the tutor has a formal qualification.
Qualified teachers possess in-depth knowledge of pedagogy – the science of teaching. They are trained in effective instructional methods, classroom management techniques, and strategies tailored to diverse learning styles. This expertise enables them to create customized tutoring approaches that cater to individual student needs, ensuring a targeted and efficient learning experience. Teaching is not just about imparting knowledge; it’s also about effective communication. Qualified teachers excel in conveying complex ideas in a manner that is accessible and engaging. They encourage active participation, ask thought-provoking questions, and provide constructive feedback, creating a supportive learning environment that nurtures confidence and academic growth.
Even if you are getting a cheaper price. You might be wasting your money.