The Problem

Is Teaching Crushing Your Soul?

Traditional teaching confines you to set hours, limited earning potential, and a lack of control over the way you teach and work.

Many educators crave the freedom of entrepreneurship but don't know how to start.

  • How do you transition from the classroom to running a successful tutoring business?
  • Where do you find clients?
  • How do you market your skills and stand out in a competitive marketplace?
  • How do you register and run a formal business?
  • How do you find and work with subcontractors?
The SOlution

Tutoring Puts YOU Back in the Driving Seat, Doing What You Love

When you set up your a tutoring business in the right way, you can...

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Set Your Own Hours

No more rigid school timetables or fixed hours that dictate your life. Running your own tutoring business means having the freedom to choose when you work, in the way you enjoy.

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Boost Earning Potential

Unlike a fixed teacher's salary, your tutoring business holds no cap on earnings. With every new student or tutoring package you offer, you have the opportunity to increase your revenue.

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Enjoy Teaching Again!

Strip away the bureaucracy, paperwork, and administrative pressures of a traditional classroom. Tutoring allows you to reconnect with your passion—directly impacting students' lives.


How to Start a Tutoring Business

This comprehensive course is designed to help educators seamlessly transition from classroom teaching to running a profitable tutoring business. 

Zero Risk Refund Policy

14-Day Satisfaction Guarantee

If you enroll in the course and decide it's not right for you, simply contact us within 14 days for a full refund. No questions asked, other than how we can improve!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this course designed for?

This course is tailored for educators and individuals interested in leveraging their knowledge and expertise to start a tutoring business, regardless of their prior business experience.

Do I need a background in teaching to benefit from this course?

While having a teaching background can be beneficial, it's not mandatory. The course covers the essential aspects of setting up a tutoring business, making it suitable for anyone passionate about sharing knowledge.

How long will it take to complete the course?

The course is designed to be self-paced, but on average, students can apply these tactics and launch in a couple of weeks.

Are there any additional costs after purchasing the course?

The course fee covers all the materials and content. However, starting a tutoring business may require some initial investments, which we discuss in the course to help you plan. Alliance, however, required almost no start-up costs.

Will I receive any certification upon completing the course?

Upon successful completion, students will receive a certificate acknowledging their proficiency in the course material and readiness to start a tutoring business.

What if I'm not tech-savvy? Will I be able to access the course easily?

The course is structured to be user-friendly, and any digital or tech-related modules are broken down into easy-to-follow steps. Plus, we provide support for any technical queries you may have.

Can I access the course material after completing it?

Absolutely! Once you've enrolled, you'll have lifetime access to the course material, allowing you to revisit it whenever needed.

Is there a refund policy?

Yes, if you feel the course isn't right for you within 14 days of purchase, you can request a full refund.

Meet your instructor

About Alex Merrill

Alex, founder of Alliance Tutoring, taught English, coached, and dorm-parented for nearly 20 years at Dartmouth College, The King School, Kingswood-Oxford, Philips Andover and The Taft School. In August of 2019, he quit teaching to found Alliance in Greenwich, CT, a seven-figure coaching and tutoring liaison service. Alliance harbors some 40 subcontract tutors and serves hundreds of active clients regionally and virtually around the world. He now operates the business from his home in Farmington during the mornings, requiring roughly 20 hours of time per week, while also acting as parent to his three small children in the afternoons and evenings. He attended Philips Exeter Academy and received an undergrad degree from Kenyon College and a Masters Degree from Dartmouth College.  

Getting started

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