Oxford Learning Centre
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18 questions about working at Oxford Learning Centre
Not bad. It’s not the best tho
Answered 1 July 2018
Management is bad.
Answered 12 August 2017
Yes, you will need a vulnerable sector background check from the police department, as it's required to work in a position of authority over children.
Answered 3 May 2019
3:30pm - 7:30pm on weekdays, 9:30am - 1:30pm on Saturdays
Answered 24 September 2018
To help students understand and to watch them develop into mature adults.
Answered 12 August 2017
The typical interview questions including working under pressure, strengths and weaknesses, why you want to work there, what made you want to teach etc...
Answered 5 April 2017
Teachers can work from home
Answered 22 September 2021
Everyone who works here has different levels of education and qualifications. Being a post-secondary student or graduate is preferred, and you must have plenty of experience with your teachable subject(s). There is no stringent qualification requirement (you do not have to be a teacher or in teacher's college). For example, I am working towards my BSc and I tutor in math and sciences.
Answered 26 February 2019
Yes . As close to home as possible.
Answered 12 October 2017
Yes they pay when you are being trained and at training workshops.
Answered 22 August 2017
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