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Legal Requirements for Maths Tuition

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by Andy25, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. I want to tutor A-Level / GCSE Maths, I have the skill, previous experience and some clients as well. But I am not sure what the legal requirements for it are. I now know how to register as self employed, how to pay the taxes and NI. What I want to know is if I have to obtain some kind of license or criminal check or something like that.

    Thanks
     
  2. I want to tutor A-Level / GCSE Maths, I have the skill, previous experience and some clients as well. But I am not sure what the legal requirements for it are. I now know how to register as self employed, how to pay the taxes and NI. What I want to know is if I have to obtain some kind of license or criminal check or something like that.

    Thanks
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    None - insurance might be a good idea (see the NUT site).
    Some parents might want to see a CRB and references.

     
  4. that's brilliant! thanks

    and what kind of insurance do you have in mind?
     
  5. Insurance would be personal indemnity to protect you in case anyone tries to sue you if their son/daughter doesn't achieve their target grade.
     

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