I have been working at Learnship part-time (More than a year)
Great pay, keen students, availability that suits you, continuing support, easy-to-navigate platform, rewarding teaching experience, the chance to better yourself as a tutor, provided material which generally lowers lesson preparation time, a helpful and responsive support team who don't overburden you with extra information, good offers (such as the chance to learn a 2nd language) from the team.
You are offered courses and this is based on your availability. If you cannot commit to many teaching hours then you obviously will not get the same number of hours as someone who is more available.
Your material is all provided, which may make it harder to implement your own activities or lesson plans.
Advice to Management
Don't change a thing.
I interviewed at Learnship in October 2015.
The interview took place via Skype with an HR representative. General questions were asked about experience, teaching style, qualifications etc...then there was a long-winded, somewhat awkward explanation of the teaching method expected of the company, followed by a role play. The whole process was quite structured, but what I found distracting was that the interviewer constantly made grammatical errors. Her delivery was also rather robotic and unenthusiastic. Overall, the interview was not a very good first impression of the company, even though the website and initial e-mail communication seemed very professional and inviting!
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