Welcome to the Brilliant Tutoring Programme! We hope you are looking forward to working with pupils to build their confidence in core subjects.
Before you begin your training, our Brilliant Tutoring Programme team would like to say a few words of welcome and share more about the programme and the pupils we work with.
We have outlined the general structure of online training and approximate timings for each step here. However, as everyone works at their own pace and comes to this training with different expertise, these are general estimations, and we encourage you to take whatever amount of time you feel is appropriate for you to complete them.
If you have not completed your safeguarding training, please ensure you view this introductory module before continuing your training. All newly recruited tutors should complete both sessions in this module.
These sessions will draw on all three of our core principles for effective delivery, but in particular they will look at:
There are two modules in total to work through to complete this training. By the end of the training, you will have:
After completing these two modules, you will be asked to complete an exit quiz. Please ensure you complete this exit quiz to finish the training.
On the following pages you will find a series of training videos, explanatory text and activities to complete. To support your training, we have developed the following resources for tutors:
There will be an exit quiz and feedback survey for you to complete. These will ask questions about the content, but also collect feedback from you. One of the charity’s core values is to act on the best available data, so feedback from our tutors is very important to us. To see what changes to the training we have made off the back of last year’s feedback, please click here.
Please make sure you complete the exit quiz to confirm you have completed the training.
There are prompts throughout the video sessions to pause and complete tasks that will help you towards preparing to deliver your course. We have suggested timings, but feel free to take whatever amount of time you think is appropriate for you to complete them.
You can also refer to the available guidance and examples mentioned above.
If you have any questions or problems, please contact email@example.com.
Dr Lauren Mottle
Teaching and Learning Manager