private tuition firm Tutors International has today issued advice to families
seeking private tutors for January 2020
OXFORD, UK: Adam Caller, founder of leading private tutoring company Tutors International, has today urged families considering private tuition in 2020 to begin discussions with tuition providers now. Mr Caller, who has over 30 years of experience in the education industry, advised that the selection process takes time and due diligence in order to best meet individual requirements. This process ideally takes place over a period of several months to ensure that the tutor, student, and family are a perfect match.
Tutors International employs a rigorous recruitment procedure.
The student’s educational needs are personally assessed, as are the family’s
practical requirements. A targeted international recruitment campaign follows
in order to identify and interview suitable candidates. It’s important to note
that British teachers must hand in their notice of resignation a full term in
advance, so now is the time to start recruiting private tutors for next year.
"I urge parents to realise that the very best elite private tutors are in high demand and availability is limited, no matter how attractive the remuneration package is on offer."- Adam Caller, Tutors International
Mr Caller said, “Discovering that the most talented
educators have already been engaged can be very frustrating for parents. It
requires a meticulous and patient approach to locate and hire a private tutor
who can meet every requirement. I urge parents to realise that the very best
elite private tutors are in high demand and availability is limited, no matter
how attractive the remuneration package is on offer.”
Once applications have been
received, Tutors International employs a strict selection and verification
process. Time should be allowed for initial interviews with the Tutors
International team, enhanced identity and security checks, and thorough
verification of qualifications and employment history. Candidates selected to
meet clients are subject to further background screening by an external
international security firm. Clients are then advised to meet and spend time
with the prospective tutors in their homes, or where the private tuition is
intended to take place.
Mr Caller added, “Families ought not
underestimate the importance of finding a tutor who will fit into the existing
home dynamic. There is no substitute for seeing the final candidates in your
own surroundings, talking to them in depth, and spending some time together.
The selection is ultimately your choice, and the greater time frame you allow
for the selection process, the more likely you will be able to secure the ideal
private tutor for your needs.”
Tutors International invites families to get in touch to discuss individual needs and assess all options for the coming academic year. To ensure peace of mind, the search for a tutor can commence with no commitment required.
For more information on Tutors International and the services it provides, including full-time private tuition in 2020, visit www.tutors-international.com.