Review: To work for Fleet Tutors you need to be from the UK, hold a degree, and have teaching qualifications such as the QTS. They do hire teachers from other countries but it looks like the requirements are quite stringent. If you decide to sign up with them you have to make a one-year commitment. You must be a UK resident and have the right to live and work in the UK.
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It is desirable that applicants have teaching and/or tutoring experience in the UK; a working knowledge of the current National Curriculum and/or relevant examination board syllabus is essential. Our minimum criteria are that tutors are educated to a minimum of 2: 1-degree level or hold a recognised UK post-graduate teaching qualification such as QTS. If your degree was awarded by a non-UK university a NARIC conversion may be required. Tutors are only able to provide tuition in subjects in which they have a university degree or teaching qualification. If you wish to tutor students for school entrance examinations, current knowledge of the requirements of local selective or independent schools is essential. We require a minimum commitment of one year to ensure continuity of tuition for students.
Fleet Tutors operates a highly selective vetting and screening procedure when recruiting new tutors to ensure that our clients and students are provided with one-to-one and small group tuition of the highest quality. In line with client demand, current, retired or ex-teachers of core academic subjects from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5 or tutors with considerable experience of one to one tuition are preferred. A proven track record in school entrance examination or scholarship coaching, or SEN experience and/or qualifications are also advantageous.
All tutors must be UK residents and have the right to live and work in the UK.