There are many ways to become an online tutor, specifically if you have a niche skill set that you have defined for yourself. One way is to narrow down on what it is you want to tutor, find a particular age group and to begin to advertise your services. Online is the burgeoning format for many new tutors, due to its global nature, as well as flexibility. Tutors are able to search for their students on their own terms and to tutor them as required, albeit needing a stable internet connection. As you progress in the world of online tutoring, it is important to remain organised and ensure your schedule is up-to-date. Click here to see a scheduling tool for tutors
How to be an online tutor
Many tutors build their own websites to advertise their services, register with a tutoring agency in their local city/country or join a company which specialises in tutoring specific types of tutees. It is worth doing your own research and due diligence on which way you would like to tutor. There are definitely enough ways to tutor at this point in time, that there’s something for everyone, depending on what skill set you have. You do also have to decide how much you are going to charge, and this may dictate the route you take. Explore the market, based on other’s experience and qualifications, and see where you can find your own niche.
Once you’ve started as an online tutor, check out ClassCaptain, your online scheduling tool for teachers, tutors and instructors.
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