Why I love teaching? You get to be part of your students' success story.
I believe in Tuitt's core mission of equipping passionate individuals with the necessary skills in order to land great jobs and (re-)launch awesome careers.
Not all software developers have the privilege and opportunity to do coding, teach, and make some friends at the same time. Tuitt will give you all of these.
As a coding bootcamp instructor, I can see Tuitt's potential to help people find their niches as IT professionals, regardless of background.
I joined Tuitt to help Filipinos make a breakthrough in the IT industry. This vision is just too good, it's hard not to support it.
Going to Tuitt as a bootcamper was the best decision I have ever made. And it is my desire to share to students the knowledge and the experiences I gained.
Tuitt helps me to do what I love, to be both an instructor and a web developer. Seeing my students learning and applying their knowledge is priceless for me.
I love teaching because I believe in the saying 'If you want to have a deep understanding of a certain topic or concept, teach it.
The IT industry is a big place, and many who want to join it are easily lost. I joined Tuitt because I want to help them.
I aim to help other career-shifters on their journey, by providing the same level of expert instruction as I received when I was a Tuitt bootcamper.
Potential instructors go through extensive screening before we hire them. Here are the special characteristics we look for when selecting instructors for our bootcamp and corporate training.
You can't teach coding if you don't know how to code. And you can't be a great instructor if you don't love teaching and learning. Our instructors are screened for these traits, and given further training to improve their capacities to teach coding.
Junior instructors start their career with us by shadowing experienced instructors. They conduct demo lessons with fellow instructors to receive feedback on their presentation skills. They also complete technical assignments to improve their coding skills.
After they debut as assistant instructors, they begin to interact with students by answering their questions and delivering short lectures in class, while constantly improving their skills. Only upon being endorsed as lead instructors are they finally able to lead class discussions and train junior instructors.
Give more Filipinos the opportunity to achieve their dreams. Learning coding can be difficult, especially for people without any programming background. You can help them succeed. Become a Tuitt Instructor, and teach them how to become the developers they want to be.
The best way to learn is to teach. As you explain programming and web development concepts to students, you'll find out where the gaps in your knowledge are and how to fill them. Tuitt also sponsors any further training our staff would like to take throughout the year.
Connect with current and future industry leaders. Instructors who lead our corporate trainings get to teach Tech teams from various companies and government agencies. You can also serve as mentors to promising students, cementing your future in the Tech industry.
Our instructors are one of our most important assets. We do our best to make sure they're well-compensated for the value they bring to our company. Besides high salaries, we also offer HMO, meal and travel allowances, and learning allowances to all our staff.