Law A level Distance Learning Tutors required - Part Time

home based
Salary varied depending upon number of students
14 Jun 2019
14 Jul 2019
Part Time
Contract Type
Self Employed

Oxford Open Learning is a distance learning organisation with many years of experience in the field. We offer GCSE/IGCSE/KS3 and 'A' level courses in a wide number of subjects.  We are looking at the moment for tutors for A level Law to support both adult learners and home schooled children.

Working from home (UK based only), you will  have good telephone skills. Applicants must have a PGCE or a B.Ed qualification together with several years' recent relevant UK classroom experience (ie teaching GCSE/A level). If you do not have a teaching qualification or experience it is unlikely we will consider you and you may not get a response from us. This position may be particularly suited to someone who teaches part time and wishes to have the flexibility of working from home. You will need to be available during the day and evening several times in a week to speak to your students so if you work full time this would not be suitable.

Full information can be sent on request.

Please note that if you do not have experience teaching your subject at GCSE/A level it is unlikely that we will reply to your application.

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