Lamia

Lamia

Heywood Tutor

I migrated to England from Tunisia in 2008, with a goal to become a qualified interpreter. Prior to my move to England, I worked as a Lawyer at the Appeal Court of Tunis and also written books in Arabic on the subject of Criminology. In the years since and by integrating and adapting within my community, I achieved British Citizenship in 2010. I am confident in my abilities to provide an accurate and effective tutoring service. Below are the skills and qualities I feel I can offer as a Tutor:
- an excellent knowledge of Arabic, French and English in both written and spoken form
- enthusiasm for the subjects involved
- good communication and listening skills
- a non-judgemental approach
- the ability to gain trust and respect from pupils, students and parents
- a strong commitment to improving opportunities for individuals from a wide variety of cultures and backgrounds
- a confident and positive outlook
- creative with the ability to inspire others
- good planning and organisational skills
I have also started my Doctorate Thesis in 2000 and this is on-going.

Tutoring Experience

2005 - 2007 Contractual Professor : Superior School of Commerce - Tunis
Subject : Business Law Language : French
2004 - 2005 Contractual Professor : Superior School of Commerce - Tunis
Subject : Law of Special Contracts Language : French
2000 - 2001 Contractual Professor : Faculty of Law - Tunis
Subject : Family Law Language : Arabic

2000 - 2001 Contractual Professor : Faculty of Law - Tunis
Subject : Commercial Law Language : French

Tutoring Approach

I have a very student-centred approach to tutoring. Although my students will acknowledge and respect my authority as the teacher, they are able to make decisions about how learning takes place. I enjoy finding new and fun ways of keeping the learning interesting whilst assessing what works best for individual students throughout. Alongside traditional written/verbal teaching methods, I also incorporate media, music, art and crafts as ways to stimulate learning.

LanguagesArabic, English (British), French
AvailabilityWeekdays (all times)
References Available On File

Qualifications

NOCN2011OtherLevel 2 Community Interpreting
University of Tunis2000MastersCriminology
University of Tunis1995BachelorsDegree in Law
High School of El Omran - Tunis 1991SchoolBaccalaureate Diploma

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Subjects taught
French
Primary£20
Casual Learner£20
Arabic
Primary£20
Secondary£20
A-Level£20
Casual Learner£20