The most important part of being a tutor is planning a constructive and engaging lesson which I did a lot of during my time teaching the cadets. Although it is very important to cover the theory, it is also very important to keep the student engaged with the topic therefore I strongly believe that lots of practise doing questions (guided and alone) is vital. The last thing you want is to have a boring lesson!
Good communication with the student is key in order to understand the areas the need the most help with in order to make the best use of the lesson time.
I am in my final years of my Masters degree in Civil engineering as well as having completed 11 GCSEs at St Columba's and 3 A Levels at Bexley Grammar School. This will be my first time tutoring professionally however I have plenty of experience teaching children between the ages of 11-17 as I was a Sergeant in the RAF Air Cadets. As a Sergeant, one of my roles was teaching the RAF curriculum to the cadets therefore I am very familiar with providing engaging and well prepared lessons. I have further experience tutoring my younger cousin; mainly in GCSE level Mathematics.
Brunel University London
Studying: Civil Engineering (MEng) 3rd Year
Bexley Grammar Sixth Form
Studied: A Level Mathematics, Physics and Spanish
St. Columba’s Roman Catholic secondary school for boys
GCSE: English Literature C, English Language B, Science A, Additional Science A, Further Additional Science B, Mathematics A, Geography A, Spanish A, Italian A*, Statistics B, Religious Education B
Other Qualifications: European Computer Driving License (ECDL)
2012 – 2017
Cadet Sergeant at 56 Woolwich Squadron Air Training Corps.
• Responsible for the welfare of the cadets
• Organising the programme for the parade nights
• Being a guardian of standards
• Training new recruits to meet the standards of the Squadron
• Embarked on an expedition to South Africa where we learnt about the history and culture of the country as well as having a positive impact on the local community.
November 2015 - October 2016
Italian Restaurant, La Ballerina, Covent Garden – Waiter. (Work Experience)
• Serving Customers
• Taking food and drink orders
• Greeting customers at the door as well as seating them.
• Bringing food and drink over to tables
• Dealing with card and cash payments
This has helped me gain time keeping skills, improved my ability to work under pressure and further developed my communication skills. It also contributed to developing my customer service skills further.
October 2018 – August 2020
Passenger Ambassador at London Heathrow Airport
• Communicating with Passengers in a clear and professional manner
• Working as part of a team and stepping up as Team Leader when asked
• Scanning boarding passes and passports
• Always being vigilant and reporting anything suspicious to the authorities
• Have excellent knowledge of the airport in order to direct the passengers to where they need to be
• Organising and adapting the queues based on the volume of passengers together with The UK Border Force and Heathrow Security.
• Helping passengers with any issues that may arise at any stage of their journey.
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