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Are you friendly and approachable, with excellent
communication skills, a good knowledge of all
music styles, and a high level of vocal ability?

  • Have you had voice or singing tuition?
  • Do you have a teaching space available?
  • Do you have teaching experience?
  • Do you have qualified teacher status?
  • Do you have qualifications in music?
  • Performance and/or teaching to A level,
    BTEC, HND or Degree level?
  • Have you taken ABRSM/Trinity and diploma exams?
  • Do you have a knowledge of music theory?
  • Do you play piano or keyboard?
  • Also, do you have Public Liability Insurance
    and Enhanced Disclosure?
  • Would you like to be a part of one of the UK’s
    fastest growing vocal tuition networks?
If you can answer YES to at least four of the above questions then Vocaltutor would be delighted to hear from you!




 Penny Foster
Vocaltutor Associate Teacher
Wandsworth, London


Singing Tuition

Vocaltutor requires the Associate Teacher to deliver vocal tuition/coaching in a safe, controlled environment.

The success of Vocaltutor depends upon the provision of efficient, effective, satisfactory and courteous service to the public in delivering the Vocaltutor sessions, by each Associate Teacher.

The Associate teacher must respect the necessity to maintain the highest standards of quality control, ensuring excellent teaching and coaching, keeping the Vocaltutor reputation at a high level.





Becoming an Associate Teacher is an excellent way to develop your own skills as a teacher, gain students, and friends, while earning yourself over from £27.50 per hour!

Associate teaching with Vocaltutor is flexible.

You work when is best for you and the student.

You can have as many or as few students as you like.



Vocaltutor provide:

  • A page on the website, which will include information such as relevant training and experience along with your picture!
  • You can also submit relevant articles for the website and ‘Voices’ the monthly newsletter
  • In essence as an Associate teacher you will have your own Vocaltutor studio and your own students which can grow from strength to strength.



Vocaltutor will promote and advertise all of its Associate Teachers, here are just a few of the ways Vocaltutor achieves this:

  • Vocaltutor website
    (Vocaltutor is listed very highly on all search engines)

  • Voices Newsletter

  • Yellow pages


  • The Stage

  • Local and national press

  • Music Teachers

  • Singing

  • And many other find it style search websites

Vocaltutor offers support to all it Associates via the Teacher network and Head Office. Communication between teachers is encouraged to aid development, and so the teachers can support one another.



Vocaltutor provides a method of vocal tuition and coaching including course lesson plans, vocal exercise CDs (see our shop for example), FREE backing tracks for use in lessons (conditions apply)  and resources appropriate to the courses to be delivered to children and adults. There are no age restrictions.

Through extensive research and practical experience, Vocaltutor has developed the Vocaltutor Guide, which can be used when teaching, although Associate Teachers may also teach students via their own suitable methods.


With Vocaltutor doing so much for you, it then leaves you to get on with the good stuff – the teaching!


What does it cost you?


Vocaltutor take a small percentage of your earnings for every lesson you teach.


Please note, applications are only assessed once per month.


So to apply and subscribe click here.....




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