What qualifications do I need to be a tutor?
Wanted to become a tutor but not sure what qualifications may be required? Before you can answer the question, you will have to ask yourself what subjects you want to teach as they may require different qualifications.
What qualifications do I need to be a high school tutor?
If you want to become a high school tutor, you may either had outstanding achievements in high school (e.g. 90+ ATAR) or are currently studying your bachelor degree with great knowledge in the area your are wanting to teach. For example, if you are studying maths in University it will be easier for you to explain high school maths and concepts to high school students.
What qualifications do I need to be a primary school tutor?
If you want to become a primary school tutor, you may need to have formal training in education or childcare. As you be teaching students at very young age, you will need to understand what tactics, lessons plan and tools to use when teaching the primary school students.
What qualifications do I need to be a University tutor?
If you want to become a University tutor, you will require the highest possible qualifications such as a master degree, pHd or had achieved an amazing grade point average GPA. Another case would be if you are a registered profession such as an accountant, you will also be able to teach University level accounting.
What qualifications do I need to be a language tutor?
If you want to become a language tutor, you may require a different set of qualifications or knowledge. If you are native French speaker and tutoring experience, you may be able to become a French tutor. On the other hand, if you are a students who study a language for more than few years in school, you may also be able to teach that language.
If you are interested in becoming a tutor, you can create a tutor profile here and promote your tutoring service to the local students.
Author: Sim K