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QUALIFIED TEACHERS

'Beware Of False Prophets'

If you go to your doctor with a specific problem you assume, and rightly so, that the doctor in question is a bona fide general practitioner with the relevant qualifications allowing him or her to offer you treatment. Correct? The same, naturally, applies to your dentist. After all, you wouldn't knowingly allow someone untrained and unqualified to carry out a root filling on you, would you?


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The answer is very simple, parents assume, and again rightly so, that if someone is offering tuition then they have to be qualified.

 Right?                 Wrong!

Did you know that there is no legislation laid down by either the government or the local authorities preventing non-qualified persons from offering their services as a teacher?

You may also be interested to learn that many notable organisations do not employ qualified teachers but in fact employ A-level students instead.

 Why?

The answer is very simple. Students work for the basic minimum. Qualified teachers do not. Of the many enquiries we receive, believe it or not, only one person in about a hundred asks the questions that should be uppermost in all parents' minds: And these are . . .

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We always answer in confidence with an unqualified 'YES'. Regrettably many of our competitors are not able to do this.

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