First Class Learning has announced it will add to its 300-strong network of franchise branches with additional units to cater for increased demand for private tuition.
Currently, the tutoring franchise is concentrating its growth on the North of England and Scotland, with new centres in Liverpool, Nelson (Lancashire), Aberdeen and Edinburgh. After analysing a variety of potential franchisee territories, First Class Learning identified specific ‘hot’ areas with a suitable demographic profile for the business to flourish.
At a time when parents are struggling to juggle homeschooling duties with their other commitments, private tuition franchises can take some of the stress away from busy families. During lockdown, First Class Learning has been able to continue delivering its high-quality programmes by sending workbooks to pupils’ homes and running remote lessons via video calls.
Ed Hyslop, the franchise’s Chief Executive, said:
“With over 300 centres nationwide, we are the country’s fastest growing tuition franchise. We’re looking for like-minded and motivated individuals with the desire to run their own business helping children overcome their personal obstacles in maths and English. Above all else, we are looking for people who share our passion for working with children and helping them succeed.
“Beyond the financial rewards, the hard work pays off when parents share the significance of your role in helping their children to reach their full potential…”
“Our business model ensures franchisees get a high percentage of profits. Centre managers choose the days and times that suit their venues, as well as the fee structure for their centre. Our set-up also offers a great deal of flexibility based on personal circumstances, and therefore a great work/life balance.”
If you’d like to invest in First Class Learning and benefit from its fee discounts for the first four months of business, take a look at its profile page.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©