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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Consider setting up your own websiteand optimizing it for local search terms.You might also want to considerregistering with a local tutoring agencywho can help you secure your firststudents. You should also look at registeringwith platforms such as The Tutor Website. There's no official accreditation for private tutors in the UK but it's recommended that tutorsat least hold a degree.It's generally up to students to decide how qualified they feel a tutor should be. Although it's not required by law, having a DBS check provides students with piece of mind. To obtain a DBS certificate, you need to apply via a third partyorganisation such as an employer,a recruitment service, a tutoring agency or a similar umbrella body. How to Become a Private Tutor 1. Obtain Relevant Qualifications 2. Apply for a DBS Cerificate The private tuition industry in the UK is estimated to be worth £6 billion and is continually growing. If you have a passion for teaching others then there's never been a better time to consider working as a tutor. 3. Register with HMRC 5. Market Your Services To work as a private tutor in the UK you need to register as self employed with HMRC within 3 months.You'll need to keep track of your earnings as well as your overheads and complete a self assessment tax returnat the end of each tax year. Although public liability insurance isn't a legal requirement, it's recommended that tutors take outa policy to protect themselves in the event of injury or damage claims.Some tutors also take outprofessional insurance as a meansof protection in the event of legal proceedings resulting from their teaching. 4. Arrange Insurance Infographic created byPlease link to original page or when reproducing THE TUTOR WEBSITE
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