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How to apply for mentor / tutor jobs

We, a well established provider of Professional and Academic study programmes requires additional part-time (up to 6 hours per week) Tutors/Mentors for the support of students studying by distance learning. 

The programmes currently requiring support are :

  • Finance & Accounting ACCA (all levels), CIMA (all levels), AAT (all stages)

  • Supply Chain Management CIPS (all levels)

  • Marketing & Sales CIM (all levels)  (position now closed)

  • All above programme details and syllabi can be viewed on http://www.webALL.org/ 

Mentors will support the following programmes:

CIMA - Intermediate level and Final level

ACCA CDipFM and Professional Scheme Parts 2 and 3

CIM Post Graduate Diploma (positions now closed)

CIPS - Graduate Diploma

Mentor Profile

  • Mentors are expected to hold a Post Graduate Degree or an equivalent Professional Qualification related to the subject(s) they are supporting. They should also have at least 10 years practical work experience in the same or related discipline and have regular access to the Internet.
  • Mentors should be able to demonstrate knowledge in their chosen field and effective communication skills, particularly in written form.
  • Mentors should be available for an average of 6 hours per week to respond to student enquiries, primarily through email, phone and if possible face-to-face contact, and guide them through the study material.
  • Mentors should become familiar with programme and subject study material which will be provided. 
  • Mentors should be sensitive to the needs of students and pro-active in motivating students to complete study tasks on time.

Tutors will support the following programmes:

CIMA Foundation Level

ACCA CAT and Professional Scheme Part1

AAT All Stages

CIM Certificate and Advanced Certificate (positions now closed)

CIPS Certificate and Advanced Certificate

 

Tutor Profile

  • Tutors are expected to hold a Degree or an equivalent Professional Qualification related to the subject(s) they are supporting. They should have at least 5 years practical work experience in the same or related discipline and have regular access to the Internet.
  • Tutors should be able to demonstrate knowledge in their chosen field and effective communication skills.
  • Tutors should be available for an average of 6 hours per week to guide students through home study material either through email, phone or face-to-face contact.
  • Tutors should become familiar with programme and subject study material which will be provided. They should prepare study plans and be pro-active in involving and motivating students to complete on time.
  • Tutors should be sensitive to the needs of students and keep records of their progress and / or difficulties.
  • Tutors should keep logs of their involvement with students and submit reports when requested. 

Download a tutor / mentor application form here and send it as an email attachment to support@webALL.org/