The Point of a Tutor – Teach a Man to Fish

As a tutor, your highest aim should be making your student an independent learner. This will ensure your impact reaches far beyond the confines of your sessions together.

Imagine meeting an ex-student years into the future. It seems he remembers you well, and is eager to chat about your Geography A level prep. What would make you most pleased – that he remembers how ox-bow lakes form, or that he reads the National Geographic – inspired by your passion for your subject all those years ago.

The knowledge, skill and attitudes required to enable you to grow your student into a lifelong learner will make up the core QT course.

For more information about the course, please do contact me at julia@qualifiedtutor.org.

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