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being in a union

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by catzroolz, Jan 16, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    I'm thinking of advertising as a private tutor to help me fund going back to university.
    I am still required to be in a union if this is the only teaching I am doing, and if so can you get a reduced rate?
  2. You don't need to be in a union. You would be wise to get yourself insured though.
  3. DonutBoy99

    DonutBoy99 New commenter

    No requirement to be in a union, but worth it for the legal protection they provide.

    Look out for reduced rates if only tutoring on a part-time basis.
  4. I'm just lookin at NUT as they support tutors - or so the email from them seem to say. Am still investigating it. Will let you know...

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