National Conference | 25 October | The Royal Society, London


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. 

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 carefully chosen and negotiated discounted resources;  put the power of TTA branding behind your business...or even help shape the future of the profession.

Our network of Affiliate Partners can provide you with further access to a wide range of products, services, training and more that will enhance your tutoring practice. And that's just the start. 

It is estimated that there are more than a quarter of a million tutors in the UK.  Members of The Tutors' Association sign up to our Code of Ethics and have passed a DBS check (if tutoring children or vulnerable adults).

This is of significant, and growing importance to parents. It offers them reassurance and creates a real and valuable, point of difference between members and non-members. It says that you are serious about your profession and your relationship with both parent and child.   




Individual tutors, including both freelancers and those who work for companies 

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Tutoring Companies, Study Centres, and Agencies in the UK or abroad  

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National Conferences, online webinars, networking events and more!

 Take advantage of the vast array of events where you will have the opportunity to hear about some of the most relevant topics and make valuable long-lasting connections.

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