Become a Tutor with APTUTORING!
Kids are our future and they need YOU!
being a passionate and dedicated role model for learning
being organised, ready, and committed to exemplary teaching
teaching at their point of need and being guided by their progress
help kids learn and think
make a difference now and in the future
Here’s What Some of Our Current Tutors Have to Say:
“The most enjoyable aspect of being part of APTUTORING is the chance to work one-on-one with students in a range of different mathematics topics. This gives the students the chance to develop confidence and succeed–which I get the most satisfaction in seeing.” – Cameron R., APTUTORING Teacher
“Tutoring is a great career alternative to teaching! It gives me much more flexibility and working individually with each student means you can tailor the session to their specific needs–that’s hard to do in a classroom of 25 other students! It’s such a meaningful job and watching their self esteem grow as they overcome challenges is incredibly rewarding.” – Chris, APTUTORING Teacher
“I got into tutoring to build my experience and earn income while looking for a full time teaching position. But even after gaining a full time job, I kept tutoring because I could see the huge impact I was making on my students. It’s too easy for students to fall through the cracks, and helping them catch up earlier on will give them so many great opportunities later in life.” – Robyn, APTUTORING Teacher
“I’ve been working as a tutor for APTUTORING for 5 years and it’s been such an amazing experience. I wasn’t ready to completely retire after a long teaching career, but I wanted to continue making a difference by helping students discover the joy of learning and get ahead at school. Tutoring was the perfect opportunity, and I worked only the hours I wanted to.” – Nicole, APTUTORING Teacher
About Our Tutoring:
- one-on-one in-home tuition
- flexible and reliable hours
- competitive rates
Who can apply?
- be a qualified teacher
- be registered with your state’s authorising body
- have a valid driver’s licence and access to a car
- be willing to teach/tutor a minimum of six (6) hours per week