Welcome to The Tutors' Association, the Professional Body for Tutors and the Tutoring Profession. As well as supporting our Members we inform the public on all things to do with tuition and supplementary education in the UK.
Over the past few years tutoring has grown to become an established part of the educational landscape.
It is a profession that employs hundreds of thousands of people as tutors, and one that touches and transforms the lives of millions of children and adults as students.
As an association, we believe that with this level of influence comes responsibility. Membership of The Tutors' Association is a sign that a tutor takes that responsibility seriously.

A member and one of the oldest education consultancies in the world believes that Membership of The Tutors' Association is a significant reassurance to parents that the Tutors they employ would have successfully passed a DBS check and signed up to the Association's code of ethical conduct.

Tutors, why should you join?

Become part of a community of fellow professionals with whom you can exchange information and experience; gain access to specialist courses and webinars; benefit from discounted resources; put the power of TTA branding behind your business...or even help shape the future of the profession. And that's just the start.

Individuals and Parents seeking a Tutor

It is estimated there are more than a quarter of a million tutors in the UK. How can you be sure that you are making the best choice for your child? Read this insightful blog.
We do not run a service that finds tutors for individuals however we can give you advice to help you make the best decision and you can check whether a Tutor or Tutoring company is a Registered Member.


For Private Tutors For Tutoring Companies For Tutor Related Companies
Individual tutors, including both Freelancers and those who work for companies Tutoring Companies, Study Centres, and Agencies in the UK or abroad Organisations providing support services to the tutoring industry
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Events Coming Up

3rd National Tutors Conference 2018

Tuesday 16th October, The Barbican Centre, London
This year's Conference will seek to explore both the challenges and opportunities that social, political and technology influences are bringing to the world of education, and the role that tutors have to play within this changing world.
The conference will consist of a blend of keynote speakers and seminars and workshops around the key themes of the conference, as well as providing plenty of opportunities for members to meet and talk with one another.
We will also be hosting practical workshops around the areas of creating and growing a successful tutoring practice; getting and implementing the legal and financial advice you need; marketing tips; a Q&A panel of experienced tutors, and moving into tutoring from another career
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Ceramics Private Taster - in Collaboration with Medesthai

Join industrial designer and ceramicist Fernanda Cortes to explore and learn more about a variety of techniques and observe examples from diverse artists that will increase your knowledge of the material. By the end of the workshop you will discover your own personal mark on clay and have an understanding of the different techniques.
Highgate Village, London
Thursday 24th May, 10am - 12 noon. Read more and book
Saturday 9th June, 3pm - 5pm. Read more and book

Monthly Q&A Sessions for Tutors

Different dates, Online session, 10am to 11am.
Tuesday 17th April: 'Coping with Exam Stress' as a tutor and supporting your students.
Tuesday 15th May: Getting tutoring work in the quieter months after exams.
Tuesday 12th June: What are the different strategies to help monitor, measure and review progress?
Tuesday 24th July: Growing your tutoring client base- marketing and promotion
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Monthly online session: How To Tutor Online

Second Monday of every month, from January to June 2018
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