Tutor Toolkit Training

Compulsory modules

The Tutor Role
Understanding the need for tuition and explore the role of the small group and one-to-one tutor. 

Face-to-face Tuition
Practical strategies for creating a supportive learning environment for one-to-one and small group tuition

Remote Tuition
Develop your digital skills to use technology safely and effectively to support online learning.

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You are just four steps away from becoming a National Tutoring Programme tutor!

This page will guide you through the training and technology you will need, and the responsibilities you will undertake as an NTP tutor. 

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Our partner, Best Practice Network has created this CPD Accredited tutor training, which will give you the insight and confidence to deliver successful tuition. You must complete the compulsory modules to be offered NTP tuition work. 

The Four Steps

Step 1: The Tutor Toolkit Training

All of our tutors must complete this essential tutoring training. It's tailored to the skills you will need, easy to follow and fully certified.

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Step 2: Level 2 Safeguarding

Have you completed level 2 safeguarding training within the last 12 months? You can upload your certificate or sign up for our free training course. 

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To ensure you're ready to deliver National Tutoring Programme tuition programmes we need you to do some training, provide us with information and familiarise yourself with the technology that will support you.

Step 3: The Technology

This technology is going to help you assess needs, deliver tuition and monitor the progress of your pupils. You need to be familiar with each platform. 

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Step 4: NTP Roles & Responsibilities

We all have our roles to play in making the NTP a success, this document lays out what is expected of you, the school and Protocol Education.

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Level 2 Safeguarding

All of our tutors must be able to demonstrate an understanding of child protection issues by having an up-to-date safeguarding training certificate. 

You can take our Safeguarding training free of charge. 

If you have a safeguarding certificate, which is not through us and is dated within the last 12 months. You can upload it directly here.

Optional modules

Pedagogy and Practice 
Produce resources, plans and activities informed by an understanding of the way children learn. 

Effective Interventions
Discover effective strategies to promote pupil progress and improve outcomes. 

Curriculum and Resources
Plan effective tutorial programmes supported by tried and tested resources.

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NTP Roles & Responsibilities

This is where we set out the roles and responsibilities for tutors, school staff and Protocol Education involved in National Tutoring Programmes. 

By agreeing to and following the roles and responsibilities, you will help ensure the programme runs effectively and makes the greatest possible positive impact on the education of pupils you tutor.

 

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The Technology

Delivering  NTP tuition effectively is going to require the use of technology. The three technology platforms we have in place for you are intuitive to use and will really help you assess, plan and monitor the progress of your work. 

LEAP Tuition Platform
LEAP's reporting features help you communicate session feedback and pupil progress to schools. The platform also has tools for recording pupil attendance and viewing assessment data Demo Video Coming Soon! 


EdPlace Online Assessments
An online assessment tool, which quickly identifies areas requiring intervention. Students complete at the beginning and end of their tuition block. This tool helps you plan and evaluate your tuition for each child.

Introduction to Bramble

Bramble online classroom
Bramble is our online classroom platform. Suitable for 1:1 and small group tuition lessons. It functions as a virtual whiteboard, in real-time.

As soon as we have confirmation that you have completed Steps 1 & 2 we will provide access to the platforms.

Your data and privacy

The 'Tutor Privacy Notice' outlines how your data stored and used, and the 'Tutor Withdrawal From' gives you the option to opt-out at any time. 

Please note any Tutor Toolkit signups after 9am on Tuesday, 22nd December will be processed and login details supplied on Monday, 4th January.