Merlin-the-hound wrote: »
The PGCE has now been changed to Petles and Kettles? Er...no idea what the letters are - either way the course is the same, two years. Oh, you don't have to have a degree to get a teaching qualification (it used to be the CertEd).
They are all part time courses usually one evening a week (dependent on the college that's running it). This will cover lesson plans, SoW, practical teaching (oh yes, you will need to aquire 60 hours of teaching per year - normally over 9 students at any one go), learning styles, risk assessment.....
The government (local council/Student finance bods) can give you a grant to cover the cost of the course.
It may well pay you to ask at a local adult education college and see if you can take evening classes.
therivierakid wrote: »
I'd like to earn some extra income by doing some maths tutoring. I have a maths degree and a masters degree in another subject. I also helped my sister through her maths A-level.
Does anyone have any advice or recommendations as to what I should do, how much to charge, where to advertise, whether I should get any further training...
suzie_wong wrote: »
I would say get yourself a CRB check if you don't already have one.
barnaby-bear wrote: »
You can't request a CRB check as an individual. It's a pain that you can't but if you know clever ways around it... let us know....
scorpianking02 wrote: »
Wow. You must be flippin' clever. Why do you want to tutour? You should have some great options (as long as you got 2:1 + )
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