At Tutoring Futures, we specialise in the placement of highly skilled, experienced and professional private tutors. We and our clients demand high standards and expect a commitment to delivering exceptional education to meet the needs of students. In many cases the tutor will need to show flexibility and a willingness to allow for a child's broader educational development.
Prospective tutors must hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), have experience of classroom teaching or tutoring and be registered with the General Teaching Council (GTC).
Our recruitment process:
- Vacancies are advertised here as well as in the Times Educational Supplement (TES).
- Applicants are requested to send a completed registration form and full covering letter outlining how their skills and experience match the job specification.
- Short-listed candidates will be invited to an initial interview with Tutoring Futures. 2 or 3 applicants will then be selected to meet the client for a final interview.
- Tutoring Futures will hold a final meeting with the successful applicant to confirm all placement details, draw up contracts and ensure he/she is prepared for the appointment.