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A new industry standard delivering best evidence-based practice in teaching and learning in a way that is accessible and engaging for tutors.

Gain an Ofqual-recognised Level 3 Award in Education and Training and the use of our Qualified Tutor Quality Mark, a kitemark to signal excellence to your clients and colleagues.

CPD-Accredited Tutor Coaching is a proven method for taking your tutoring to the next level.

CPD-Accredited Tutor Coaching is a proven method for taking your tutoring to the next level.

Being an entrepreneur can be lonely. Our grassroots community exists to give you the support and encouragement you need to thrive.

Deep-dive into your subject with mentors and peers who are just as passionate as you are. Gain the support and encouragement you need to thrive.

First developed for the Love Tutoring Festivals, this ever-growing bank of resources will help you to keep your knowledge fresh and relevant.

Book your tickets for our next festival here, or unlock access to past events

A Shareable, Verifable, Digital Quality Mark

SHOW YOUR COMMITMENT TO PROFESSIONALISM IN TUTORING WITH THIS SHAREABLE, VERIFIABLE, DIGITAL CREDENTIALS.

Click on the card to be taken to our digital wallet where you can see our growing range of credentials that will illustrate your professionalism.

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What I Gained From The Level 3 in Education and Training

The Level 3 in Education and Training from Qualified Tutor I believe will take your tutoring practice to the next level, regardless of whether you have only just completed your first tutoring session or if you have tutored for a number of years.

CPD: Why We Should Keep Moving Forward

As a tutor, juggling admin, networking, marketing – the time-guzzling trial and error of social media – planning and delivering new teaching content, where is the time to keep moving forward with our own development? Standing still is often exhausting enough.
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Testimonials
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Qualified Tutor’s blend of live and asynchronous online learning

In order to get ahead and deliver the best outcomes for their students, tutors need to feel confident about things like teaching methods, engagement strategies, safeguarding, time management, and business principles.

Qualified Tutor’s blend of live and asynchronous online learning combines evidence-based theory and best practice in these and other areas, using a flexible model that accommodates anybody’s schedule.

Ultimately, tutors learn not only from the facilitators, but also from each other, through frequent discussion of the content and sharing of actual experiences.

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Qualified Tutor’s blend of live and asynchronous online learning

In order to get ahead and deliver the best outcomes for their students, tutors need to feel confident about things like teaching methods, engagement strategies, safeguarding, time management, and business principles.

Qualified Tutor’s blend of live and asynchronous online learning combines evidence-based theory and best practice in these and other areas, using a flexible model that accommodates anybody’s schedule.

Ultimately, tutors learn not only from the facilitators, but also from each other, through frequent discussion of the content and sharing of actual experiences.

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our focus

Qualified Tutor’s blend of live and asynchronous online learning

In order to get ahead and deliver the best outcomes for their students, tutors need to feel confident about things like teaching methods, engagement strategies, safeguarding, time management, and business principles.

Qualified Tutor’s blend of live and asynchronous online learning combines evidence-based theory and best practice in these and other areas, using a flexible model that accommodates anybody’s schedule.

Ultimately, tutors learn not only from the facilitators, but also from each other, through frequent discussion of the content and sharing of actual experiences.

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Community Blog

CPD: Keep Moving Forward

Andrea Gadsbey  7 September 2021

Every educator needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can be even better’ – Dylan Wiliam

As a tutor, juggling admin, networking,  marketing – the time-guzzling trial and error of social media – planning and delivering new teaching content, where is the time to keep moving forward with our own development? Standing still is often exhausting enough.

High-quality CPD

When I started my working life in education, as a teacher, nearly eighteen years ago, I thought once I had gained QTS and passed my NQT year, I had ‘done it’.

‘Just get a GCSE cohort through and you’ll have your schemes of learning sorted. All you’ll then need to do is tinker with them’, I was told. 

  • Then the curriculum changed
  • SATs disappeared
  • Exam gradings changed
  • Learning styles were binned 
  • Aims of lessons were replaced with outcomes, then learning questions
  • Assessment for learning became feedback
  • Coursework became controlled assessment
  • And …
  • And …
  • Now the most disruptive change of all: a world-wide pandemic. 

In short: when it comes to education, the goalposts move quicker than a government u-turn.

So, amid all of this educational plate-spinning, it would seem that engaging in CPD is the only tether we have to steer ourselves through such a chaotic circus.

As a teacher I gain enormous reassurance and enjoyment from quality CPD – both that which I self-direct as well as development provided by my school.

Yet, as a tutor, organised and high-quality CPD is as consistent as a feather in the wind, so when I joined the amazing Qualified Tutor Community, it seemed like a developmental rudder for tutors had been created.

Tutoring can be a lonely road – but this community provides a ‘tribe’ of like-minded individuals who are passionate about educating young people ‘their’ way. CPD in this environment is more important than ever before as the field of tuition becomes more sought after. We need to unify and develop a group of such talented, yet disparate educators.

Teachers and tutors are a hard-working bunch, but I have been knocked sideways by the creativity, dedication and support of the growing QT Community. We are a collective with a wide range of experience and talents. We need to ensure we harness this potential for the benefit of ourselves and the young people we teach.

CPD: Keep Moving Forward

Andrea Gadsbey  7 September 2021

Every educator needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can be even better’ – Dylan Wiliam

As a tutor, juggling admin, networking,  marketing – the time-guzzling trial and error of social media – planning and delivering new teaching content, where is the time to keep moving forward with our own development? Standing still is often exhausting enough.

Community

Tutoring can be a lonely road – but this community provides a ‘tribe’ of like-minded individuals who are passionate about educating young people ‘their’ way. CPD in this environment is more important than ever before as the field of tuition becomes more sought after. We need to unify and develop a group of such talented, yet disparate educators.

Teachers and tutors are a hard-working bunch, but I have been knocked sideways by the creativity, dedication and support of the growing QT Community. We are a collective with a wide range of experience and talents. We need to ensure we harness this potential for the benefit of ourselves and the young people we teach.

High-quality CPD

When I started my working life in education, as a teacher, nearly eighteen years ago, I thought once I had gained QTS and passed my NQT year, I had ‘done it’.

‘Just get a GCSE cohort through and you’ll have your schemes of learning sorted. All you’ll then need to do is tinker with them’, I was told. 

  • Then the curriculum changed
  • SATs disappeared
  • Exam gradings changed
  • Learning styles were binned 
  • Aims of lessons were replaced with outcomes, then learning questions
  • Assessment for learning became feedback
  • Coursework became controlled assessment
  • And …
  • And …
  • Now the most disruptive change of all: a world-wide pandemic. 

In short: when it comes to education, the goalposts move quicker than a government u-turn. 

So, amid all of this educational plate-spinning, it would seem that engaging in CPD is the only tether we have to steer ourselves through such a chaotic circus. 

As a teacher I gain enormous reassurance and enjoyment from quality CPD – both that which I self-direct as well as development provided by my school.

Yet, as a tutor, organised and high-quality CPD is as consistent as a feather in the wind, so when I joined the amazing Qualified Tutor Community, it seemed like a developmental rudder for tutors had been created.