Still thinking you "just" manage a classroom? Think again!












When you manage a classroom, you are using high-level leadership skills.

That means your transferable skills are:


  • effective communication in a team

  • high levels of empathy

  • effective, targeted support

  • taking the initiative to improve experiences

  • creating successful learning environments

  • expertise at solving conflicts

  • risk-taking to keep learning and improving

When you manage a classroom, you are keenly goal-oriented.

That means your transferable skills are:

  • excellent team-building skills

  • delegation - working to personal strengths

  • expertise at giving clear guidance

  • valuing creativity to keep interest and focus

When you manage a classroom, you are expert at prioritizing.

That means your transferable skills are:

  • experience of working in a complex environment

  • proven ability to deliver succesful events to a diverse audience

  • excellent time management

  • dynamic problem solving

  • working to tight timings and deadlines


Let's face it - if you can manage a classroom, you can manage a business! In fact, if you can manage a classroom, you can manage anything! It’s a fact that everyone needs some expert business support when starting a new business, which is how we can help if you decide you want to become a private tutor. But your transferable skills will help with a whole range of jobs.


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