Tutor Subscription

Use TTRS in one-on-one tutoring or teach an after school typing programme
Covid-19 Learning Solution
Teaching typing is a great way to prepare students for distance learning in the event that they need to self-isolate, or a school closure becomes necessary.

How TTRS can work for you

Private tutoring

Offer TTRS as part of your individual sessions with students. Use it to teach typing, reinforce phonics work, support arithmetic study, and/or develop science vocabulary.

Online tutoring

Feature TTRS in your online tutoring sessions and introduce learners to multi-sensory typing with phonics. Earn commission on referrals for home subscriptions.

Group classes

Teach TTRS in a group setting. Run it as an after school typing programme, offer an intensive 1-2 week course, or use TTRS to support an adult literacy programme.

Tutor Subscription Pricing

Talk to the TTRS team to learn more and apply.

With a TTRS subscription tutors get flexibility, positive cash flow, free trials for new students, and a referral program to earn commission on home sales.

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Subscriptions are renewed automatically and can be cancelled or paused at any time.

All of our plans include:

Roll-on roll-off student places
Free teacher accounts
Home + school access
Custom lesson creator tool

Case studies

 

Kim Morris, Managing Director of Progress In Learning

Progress In Learning is an educational provider of key resources. We have learning support and strategies for effective, holistic learning.

Kim Morris, Managing Director, is a specialist teacher. She has trained to work with children who have dyslexia and associated learning difficulties. She has registration with the New Zealand Teachers Council (Cert. No. 239138), the SPELD NZ Association (Cert. No. 1515) and the Feuerstein Institute.

Passionate about helping students who struggle with their learning skills, Kim empowers educators, parents and students to make a difference in their lives. This is reflected in improved academic achievement and emotional well-being.

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Frequently asked questions

Do I need to have certain teaching qualifications to offer the TTRS course? Ideally you will be a trained teacher or tutor. However, we understand that every tutor is different which is why we approve each application individually.

How many students do you recommend in a group class and what equipment do I need? We suggest no more than one teacher to every 10 students. As TTRS is an online course, you will need Internet access and each student should have a computer, keyboard, and headphones.

How often should group classes take place? We recommend running a 1 hour-long session once a week. Intensive courses may run for 1-2 weeks with daily sessions.

How does the billing work? We have custom billing options to suit your business. Speak to a member of the TTRS team to learn more.

Are there any restrictions for tutor centres? If you are a tutoring group with multiple centres/offices, you will need a separate TTRS subscription for each site.

Can I refer TTRS to my students without paying a fee? Yes! We especially encourage tutors who are not using the course in their sessions to sign up for a referral code and earn commission on home subscriptions purchased by their students.

Is there a free trial? Yes, we offer a 2 week trial for tutors and teachers. Please click here