Becoming a Tutor With Tutor Doctor

Becoming a Tutor With Tutor Doctor

Here at Tutor Doctor we are always on the look out for fantastic new tutors to join our family. We know there are thousands of you out there who have advanced academic and interpersonal skills who would be an excellent tutor- you just might not have realised it yet.

What makes a great tutor?
A great tutor is passionate about making a difference in a young persons life. This goes hand in hand alongside their fantastic academic skills, which allow them to deliver the subject matter successfully, helping their students thrive. They also have fantastic interpersonal skills, enabling them to work with the student as well as maintain an excellent relationship with the parents and family. Finally they are dedicated to their students and will go above and beyond to provide them with the successful tuition they deserve.

What skills do I need to be a Tutor?
All of the tutors we work with are intelligent, successful, innovative and highly driven people from all walks of life. What’s great is that tutors with Tutor Doctor don’t need to be teachers or from the education sector, they can come from any background. Whether you’re a scientist, engineer, writer, translator or perhaps you just have a great degree, we believe that you can become an excellent tutor.

So, if you’re a motivated, dedicated, people-orientated person who wants to make a positive impact in students’ lives, then we want to hear from you!

What’s great about being a TD Tutor?
Being a tutor with us is an extremely rewarding experience with endless opportunities. You will not only get the chance to make a difference to a young persons life but you can watch your students grow, learn and achieve their goals right in front of you. If one thing is for sure it’s that joining the Tutor Doctor family will most definitely change your life for the better.

What do others from the Tutor Doctor family say?
Parker Knapp is a very successful franchisee with Tutor Doctor. Here’s just a snippet of what she has to say about working with us.

“It’s very validating. I find it especially rewarding when my children recognise my accomplishments. It also enables a good work/life balance and it’s possible to balance family life and a career. Tutor Doctor is a family and if we welcome you into the fold, we want you to be successful. It is a demanding commitment, but a very rewarding one. We want everyone to be successful and we are going to give you all the support and training you need to achieve that success.”

What support does TD offer?
We are fully dedicated in providing all of the tutors with all the tools, training, technology and ongoing support they need to not only be successful but to thrive.

Becoming a tutor with Tutor Doctor really is an excellent opportunity. Believe us when we say that you really can make a difference! If you think you have the skills then we want to hear from you!

For more information about becoming a tutor with us head over to our website:http://www.tutordoctor.co.uk/tutoring-opportunities/.

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