Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

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Private Tutor Service Provider Announces Successful Participation in IECA Conference For Specialist Educational Consultants

Tutors International has announced that their recent participation in the IECA conference, based in America, was a great success for more than one reason. The conference was mostly attended by educational consultants whose role it is support US College applications, recommend therapeutic and non-therapeutic boarding schools and wilderness programs to individuals and families, or to give advice on educational options covering the whole range of learning differences. The conference provides plenty of opportunity for the exchange of information and best practice as well as thought-provoking workshops. There is also a ‘swap meet’ where organisations can promote their services to the educational consultants.

“The conference was a perfect platform to meet fellow consultants and share how we might be able to help one another. My IECA colleagues are the best in their field, excellent practitioners who are experienced in a wide variety of fields and geographical locations.” said Adam Caller, Founder and Senior Partner of Tutors international. Adam continued “An interesting aspect of the IECA conference is that delegates attend as either an educational specialist or organisation that promotes services to the educational sector. There isn’t an option to be both! Tutors International is exactly that, we are both an educational consultant and also a provider of services that can benefit the work of other consultants when special situations arise. For example if a student is returning home after a spell in a Wilderness program, Tutors International can provide the bespoke private tutor service support required to transition the student and maintain his or her progress.”

Tutors International are already making plans for next year’s IECA Conference in Atlanta. They plan to be one of the exhibitors during the ‘swap meet’ in order to showcase their services to other consultants.

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