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Become an NTP tutor

Join us in helping disadvantaged pupils!

Teaching Personnel is an approved Tuition Partner for the National Tutoring Programme (NTP). 

What does this mean for our registered educators?

We are very excited about the increased tutoring opportunities available to our educators across England and the role we will all play in helping the national tutoring efforts for disadvantaged children in our society.

Sign up as an NTP Tutor today

  • Do I need specific qualifications?
    To deliver tutoring through Teaching Personnel as part of the NTP we require all tutors to be qualified teachers or learning support workers with at least six months in-school experience.

  • What makes a great tutor
    As part of our NTP service we have committed to providing trained tutors. Our partners at Best Practice Network have designed a fantastic online course ‘The Tutor Toolkit’. This free CPD Accredited course is comprised of six modules covering a range of topics and offers practical tools for delivering high-impact tuition.

Register as a Tutor today



What is the National Tutoring Programme?

The National Tutoring Programme is aimed at helping disadvantaged pupils whose education has been affected following lost learning during lockdown.

Through subsidised tuition, schools will be able to access our NTP service to provide 15 hours of tuition for their selected pupils.

Most of the tuition will take place in small groups of three children and we are eager to hear from experienced tutors who want to be a part of this rewarding work.

Read more about the National Tutoring Programme on their website


How can I become a National Tutoring Programme tutor?

In order to become a National Tutoring Programme tutor you should register via the form below. Following, there are four key steps to complete to ensure you are ready to start tutoring with us.

  • Tutor Toolkit Training. The online course is necessary to start delivering NTP tuition, and is comprised of three compulsory and three optional modules. 
  • Level 2 Safeguarding. You must have completed level 2 safeguarding training within the last 12 months. You can upload your certificate or complete the training with us.
  • Technology Induction. Teaching Personnel utilises three separate online tools to facilitate and meet requirements of the National Tutoring Programme. You need to be familiar with each. 
  • Teaching Personnel's NTP Charter. Our NTP charter covers your roles and responsibilities as a tutor delivering programmes as part of the NTP. You must read and agree to this prior to starting.


How to get involved

  • Already registered with Teaching Personnel?
    Contact your local branch to request an onboarding pack.

  • Not registered but eager to be involved?
    Complete the form below and your local consultant will contact you to take you through the registration process. 



What happens next?

A member of our team will contact you to begin our recruitment and vetting processes.

In the next few days we will send you login details so you can make a start with our Tutor Toolkit training

We will send you a link to our 'tutor hub', providing more information to help you prepare for tutoring with us.

One week after completing the training you could be starting your new tutoring job