TutorLink Tutor Training is a complete operations and training program to plan, design, implement and evaluate an easy, cost effective, results-driven tutoring program. Take advantage of TutorLink's many years of tutor training experience and knowledge. TutorLink training is ideal for:
TutorLink™ meets the requirements and specifications for federal, state, and foundation funds. TutorLink™ provides documentation resources needed to complete an Annual Performance Report, as required for federal and state grant funding. Learn More...
Award Winning Program!
The award-winning TutorLink Tutor Training Course is used In Hundreds of School Districts, Colleges, Universities and By Private Practice and Professional Tutors. The TutorLink Training course:
Exceeds all NCLB requirements
Chicago Media Clinic Top Award winner
Telly Award Winner
Research based methods and proven practices
Excellent training for individuals, schools, organizations, government agencies, and corporations
Video of actual tutoring sessions models good practice with proven methods and skill sets
Important forms for evaluation, charting, and accountability
An excellent training component to supplement a new or existing program
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The award winning TutorLink Tutor training course now being used in hundreds of school districts, colleges, universities, private-practice tutors across the nation, will soon be available online! Learn More...
Establish or Improve your Tutoring Program with Training and National Certification
Training and certification is now available in conjunction with the TutorLink program. Take your tutoring program to a higher level by making the most of TutorLink's resources and experience. High quality training, structured tutoring sessions1, and certification are important for all individuals committed to tutorial excellence and student achievement: teachers, administrators, professional tutors, volunteers, peers and cross-age tutors. Learn More....
1 Waick, Barbara. Tutoring Program Success Factors. Phi Beta Kapan, April 1979.