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Becoming an AAT tutor

stuartanderstuartander Feels At HomeRegistered Posts: 82
Hi,

Just wondered if anyone else took this route at all.
Im considering doing PTLLS qualification to start with, which should help me get into teaching at my local college on levels 2 and 3, and them go for qualified teacher status, but im doing this as well as my ACCA (which i dont know whther to continue or not).. Anyone else doing this/considering it??

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  • T.C.T.C. Experienced Mentor Registered, Tutor Posts: 1,448
    I have been offered a tutor role and they are going to pay for the PTLLS. Just waiting for them to organise it though. How much is the course if you pay yourself?
  • stuartanderstuartander Feels At Home Registered Posts: 82
    It depends really where u go for it, I'm paying about 370 pound which I don't mind ciz it will prove to employers I'm serious about teaching, well don't to u though, have u been looking long for a tutor role??
  • T.C.T.C. Experienced Mentor Registered, Tutor Posts: 1,448
    It was just advertised locally because the local council are promoting accountancy in adult education in our area. Where abouts are you?
  • stuartanderstuartander Feels At Home Registered Posts: 82
    Oh right, Im in Reading.. I have been speaking with the AAT Course co ordinator @ Reading college, so may be able to do some hours there (fingers crossed)...Where r u?
  • T.C.T.C. Experienced Mentor Registered, Tutor Posts: 1,448
    Over in Norfolk. Colleges do these courses but so do our local County Council. Maybe worth checking if yours does too.
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