If you want to make a real difference by tutoring children who need extra educational support, step this way.
Clara James Tutoring has come to Point Franchise to promote its fantastic franchise opportunity. It’s looking for entrepreneurs with an empathetic, warm and encouraging character to invest in the business. The tutoring franchise offers bespoke, one-to-one maths and English lessons in its students’ homes or on Zoom.
This education business puts particular emphasis on helping children with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, autism and ADHD. It was built on the experiences of its founder, Dawn and named after her three children, Clara, James and Angel (represented in the business’s logo).
If you’d like to help students boost their confidence in maths and English, you can invest in the franchise. You’ll need to put a total of £8,575 towards your business, and pay a £250 operating fee and £150 advertising fee every month.
Whether you have a long history in the education sector, business management expertise or very little experience at all, Clara James Tutoring offers a personalised training scheme to suit you. If you sign up before September, you’ll get a VAT-free starting point and access to a 10-day, online coaching programme. If you join in September or later, you’ll have the chance to take part in an intensive week-long course in Aylesbury (food and accommodation included).
Clara James Tutoring will take you through everything you need to know to build a successful business, including marketing tips and tricks for Facebook and Google ads. You’ll also get an introduction manual to help with setting up your bank account and registering with the relevant organisations.
You’ll never be left in the dark with Clara James Tutoring. The franchise provides plenty of support when it comes to working with dyslexic and autistic children, and it runs quarterly webinars, as well as annual networking events. To find out more about Dawn’s story and request additional franchise information, head to its profile page.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©