What's it like to be a Tutor?
Tutors are hired to support students to excel academically. Employed privately or through a tutoring organisation, Tutors may be expected to attend different locations to work with different clients. Tutors can be university students looking to make some income, teachers working outside school hours as a second job, or university lecturers splitting their time across lecturing and tutoring.
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How to become a Tutor
- Complete your high school certificate and demonstrate good academic results.
- Complete an education or teaching degree to build knowledge in a wide range of subjects. While studying, you may be able to work as a Tutor to gain experience. Alternatively, a qualification or experience in a specific discipline such as science or business can prepare you to tutor students in that field.
- Ensure you have a current Working with Children Check. Some hirers may also prefer you to have a current National Police Check.
- Consider joining the Australian Tutoring Association for further professional accreditation.
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