I am a subject specialist being a qualified lawyer with over 20 years experience in civil litigation. I am an experienced tutor/lecturer/assessor in the following areas: wills and probate, inheritance and tax, contract law, law of tort, law of nuisance, forensic law, general defences, criminology, policing law, criminal law, judicial system, human rights, law and morality, equality law, land law, employment law, family law, sources of law as well as all areas on CILEx levels 2, 3 and 6. I give learners appropriate support to enable them to achieve their academic and vocational targets. I have 6 years experience in teaching learners who are either progressing on to higher education at University, trainee lawyers studying via the CILEx route or already studying a law degree at university. I am able to provide 1-1 online sessions in a virtual classroom or alternatively I am happy to prepare a plan for you to answer set work providing you with key information as well as reviewing and appraising any work due for submission. I am also able to set a revision plan and prepare a visual aid for your revision strategy. Being an online tutor is excellent for both of us as we can be in the comfort of our own homes at a mutually convenient time.
Sarah's last completed
job with Christine:
Occasional - Topic: CILEX Level 6 Employment Law and Practice of Employment Law
Goals: January 2020 Exam Session
Start Date: As soon as possible
Sarah's last review in Professional from Christine: Another brilliant Employment Law lesson with Sarah, covering TUPE transfers. I feel very well prepared in this area now!
My qualifications are backed by 20 years of accounting practice in the private sector, local government and not-for-profit-making organisations, 15 years lecturing and tutoring experience in further education, and also in training corporates.
I have taught in various Colleges that include: Southwark College, London College UCK, and DPskills. I also have extensive experience private online and face-to-face tutoring.
My work experience as a professional accountant enables me to transfer knowledge tom learners in the form of practical skills, methods and techniques. My experience enables me to help learners to bridge the gap between academic knowledge and practical work experience.
I am an experienced exam Examiner & Marker, and thus am able to help students to appreciate what examiners are looking for in examinations.
Over the years, I have received , and taught students that were awarded top student Awards.
Gresham's last completed Professional job with Babacar: Intensive - Hi, I am struggling to pass my acca. I failed several times. Can someone please help me?
Gresham's last review in Professional from Tom: In this lesson, we will complete Time Series analysis, and then look at the principles that govern Financial Markets Great class, always enjoy the comparisons to what you are reading and real life events and goings on, adds an element of fun to the lesson.
I have been associated with finance and actuarial professions for over 15 years and self-studied for these qualifications while working full time.
Whilst working in financial services I provided training on various topics, conducted mentoring sessions and explained complex financial concepts to multiple stakeholders.
I started tutoring since last year and have taught various subjects (e.g. Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Corporate Finance, Financial Analysis, Financial Mathematics, Financial Economics, Risk Management, Excel techniques etc.) to Accountancy, Finance, Actuarial and MBA students.
I look forward to be your tutor!
Amir's last completed Professional job with George: Over 2 hrs/week - Im currently writing my dissertation about Ruin Theory and I am struggling with one of the chapters that I need to write
Amir's last review in Professional from Susie: Pivot Tables construction and how to make changes in pivot tables. In depth and a good rate to pick everything up and covering all areas. Clearly explained and lots of detail.
I've worked with a range of students during my time as a tutor - some of my favourite success stories include:
• Providing essay and dissertation support to an MBA student at Birkbeck. The student had been scoring C grades for much of her course but wrote an excellent dissertation, deservedly receiving an 'A'. Having been awarded a "merit" for her overall qualification, she is now considering embarking on a PhD.
• Supporting an ICAEW ACA student at a Big Four firm, who was in danger of dismissal for exam failure. Having helped the student pass his next exam and avert the immediate danger, I supported him to a pass in each of his subsequent exams. He is now on the verge of completing the qualification.
• Helping a Big Four trainee who was on her "last chance" at the firm to pass her ICAS CA advanced stage exam.
• Working with an undergraduate at East Anglia University who needed to repeat a failed module in order to move onto his final year of study. I re-taught him the module over the course of the year, helping him to a strong pass.
I have extensive experience supporting students who speak English as a second language. I have also worked with a number of dyslexic students.
Prior to becoming a tutor, I acquired a range of teaching experience in a professional context including graduate training, course development and delivery, and creation of e-learning modules.
Michael's last completed Professional job with Chris: 1-2 hrs/week - I need tuition for ABS and FR with ICAS. It is yet to be confirmed but I expect to sit it for the 3rd time in late June. I currently work for a big 4 firm and sometimes it is required to bring work home. Therefore, a degree of flexibility is needed in terms of the timings of tuition. Weekends would be preferable but some weekday evenings may be possible. I would like to start tuition early March for a number of weeks depending on progress.
I have a vast range of financial work experience in manufacturing and financial services as well as tutoring professional accountancy students. During my industry career I designed and delivered many training sessions adapting to the participants requirements
Kirsty's last completed Professional job with Jennifer: 1-2 hrs/week - I am booked to sit the ACCA Tax exam in June and would like help preparing for the exam
Kirsty's last review in Professional from Arvin: Dividend and cost of capital (equity & debt) questions Same as last time regarding the work files. Good lesson, but as mentioned having difficulty with the files. Spires technical issue?
I have been tutoring in person and online for the last 7 years. I have regularly taught each module of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply syllabus (CIPS) syllabus, multiple business studies and numerous international business topics.
I regularly help achieve above the national average pass rates and I can provide you with the following services:
1.) Theory introduction - introducing you to a new topic
2.) Exam practice - reviewing past papers and preparing exam answers (topic of your choice)
3.) Theory revision - reinforcing knowledge you have already reviewed.
Craig's last completed Professional job with Monica: 1-2 hrs/week - I need support with my final exam on Level 6 Future strategic challenges for the profession
Craig's last review in Professional from Amy: To cover topics as requested by the client, particular focus on exam practice. Excellent lesson clearly explained and extremely helpful .
DEEP KNOWLEDGE + LOTS OF EXPERIENCE = TAILORED HELP THAT ACHIEVES RESULTS
I specialise in economics, finance and accounting. I have been a full time tutor for over 7 years building on my long professional teaching and training experience. I have therefore thousands of hours of teaching experience, so I can quickly adapt to what each student requires. In addition, my 10 years working in the City (Morgan Stanley, equity research) gave me a lot of practical experience with finance in general and valuation in particular.
I have built a large library of teaching aids (including spreadsheets, summaries, key graphs and sample essays) that I use during my lessons and share with my students. I also have lots of practice exercises, from short MCQ to long exams, and can prepare bespoke graded practice material just for you.
Giovanna's last completed
job with Cameron:
Over 2 hrs/week - Hey Giovanna- I was hoping you might be available for daily 1hr sessions through the week and weekend on a rolling basis.
I’m looking to brush up on economics with an investment slant.
Former principal lecturer at the Business School of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, teaching master students in international supply chain management. Prior, I have taught minors in Procurement, Supply Chain Management, Quality Management, and Innovation. Besides my teaching activities, I am also a regular professional trainer for NEVI and CIPS. I have supervised/supported over 35 bachelor and master student's dissertations.
Robert's last completed Professional job with Monica: 1-2 hrs/week - I need support with my final exam on Level 6 Future strategic challenges for the profession
I have been lecturing since 2003 and I am a visiting lecturer in London, teaching on the International Business Program, where I cover modules, such as, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Business Strategy and Environmental Economics. I am also a Module Tutor/Project and Dissertation Supervisor for MBA and MSc students where I prepare project outlines and ensure they align to professional and academic expertise. I offer guidance through webinars (Zoom) and discus arrangements like setting targets and milestones, while monitoring them at all times through the VLE. I offer momentum, motivate and encourage when necessary and strongly encourage students at all times to discuss their progress with myself. For those MBA/MSc students I read draft versions from their research proposals, give feedback and respond to any issues.
I have 17 years’ experience of working in education and I have experience of working with academic staff to efficiently organise and strategise courses establishing what is required for individual students. I have a sound understanding of the educational system and the requirements of both parties. I have tutored students overseas and at UK locations, and I have been approached by many leading universities around the world. As my reputation has developed over the years, I find I am working with more bespoke students, and, due to my success record, I work closely with members of the Saudi (Alsaud) and Qatar (Althani) noble family’s on a one-to-one level.
I have attained over 2500 hours of one-to-one tutoring experience, which is invaluable experience and when combined with my knowledge, qualifications and teaching ability in the field of International Business Management, I know I am more than capable enough to help students attain the best result possible.
Aniello's last completed
job with Ahmad:
Intensive - I'm struggling with my HRM in context, which needs to pass CIPD exam. I would like to start ASAP.
I'm doing master level at Oxford Brookes University.
I will provide all the materials soon when the semester begin.
Aniello's last review in Professional from Ahmad: we discussed two models which are very important, and I like that Aniello giving me a homework to just keep me practising until the next class.
My earliest stint with teaching dates back more than a decade when I helped my mother take private tuition at home. Fast forward to 2017 when I was conducting workshops in my MBA school to help students prepare for their semester exams (in subjects such as Financial Markets, Corporate Finance, etc.). In order for me to be able to explain the subject matter, I need not just be well read. I need to be well spoken as well. I am a voracious reader and a passionate public speaker and have represented my school and college at the national level in different competitions. Brewing my interest in the incessant world of finance, I cleared my CFA and FRM Level 1 exams in the very first attempt and am currently awaiting the results for my CFA L2 exams. I have been a subject matter expert reviewer (Finance) for Study.com wherein I reviewed 2500 questions in a span of 6 months (of which 2499 reviews were correct). Of late, I have been a finance tutor on Chegg USA and have completed 200 odd lessons with a 100% success rate.
Aayush's last completed
job with Robert:
Occasional - I need help with an assignment:
A stock pitch.
Another stock pitch, except this one in a recession.
Market outlook in 3/6/12 months.
Outlook for gold and silver in the next 6 months.
Stock Pitch Notes:
Stock Pitch Structure
An investment pitch has 6 essential sections:
Stock Summary: Key stock data at the top of the pitch to frame the investment idea. Followed up a 1-2 sentence summary of your investment thesis and price target.
Company Background: A brief description of the company’s business model and attractiveness. Talk about its industry position, product portfolio, points of differentiation, business segment, geographical exposure, competitors, customers, and suppliers.
Investment Thesis: Why is this company worth investing in? Typically, there are 3 major aspects to driving a stock’s upside: the company’s quality, upcoming catalysts, and valuation. Is it a high-quality business that will generate superior returns over competitors in the long-run? Does it have upcoming catalysts that likely lead to an earnings beat? Is the company undervalued compared to peers? Use these questions as starting points to form an investment thesis. Furthermore, focus on how your assumptions are different from others’. What do you see in the company’s quality, catalysts, and valuation that sell-side analysts don’t see?
Catalysts: Which are the upcoming events that would drive the stock closer to your target price? We’ll give examples of catalysts, and distinguish hard vs. soft catalysts.
Valuation: Present your model and explain your assumptions. Demonstrate that the company is either undervalued for a value pitch, or is reasonably valued for a quality-at-reasonable-price pitch.
Risks: What can go wrong that would negate your investment thesis ? Every investment is a calculated risk, and for every potential upside, there’s a possible downside. Talk about these risks one by one to show that you’ve considered them.