Since our inception in early 2015, LearnMate has successfully helped over 6,000 students nationwide achieve success in their studies!
60,000+ Hours of Tutoring
Our tutors have proudly conducted over 60,000 hours of lessons - that's the same as over 3.6 million minutes straight of tutoring!
1000+ Tutors Nationwide
With over 1000 tutors and the largest network in Australia, you can get instantly connected to any primary or high school tutor today.
LearnMate proudly provides philanthropic tutoring to seriously ill children for Ronald McDonald House Charities Australia.
Where Can I Find Private Tutors Canberra?
LearnMate provides dedicated, one-on-one lessons to all students in a variety of Canberra suburbs. We would recommend you start your search here to see who is available in your area today. We also provide in-home tutoring for those who want lessons in their home, for a variety of subjects including English & Maths.
Who Will Be Teaching? Here’s Why We Supply The Best Tutors In Canberra!
Our private Canberra tutors are all professional, personable and enthusiastic with all tutors achieving an excellent study score in their respective subjects. To become a tutor with LearnMate, all tutors must possess a valid Working with Children’s Check (a card supplied by the Government), and they must also complete a detailed questionnaire and complete online training. Further, all tutors are provided with online resources and opportunities to attend frequent collaborative meetups with other tutors. Being a great tutor is not just about their knowledge, but also about how well the tutor builds a relationship with the student founded on similar interests!
What Subject Are Private Tutors Canberra Able to Teach?
Our private tutors can teach a variety of subjects in Canberra including BSSS English, BSSS Maths Methods, BSSS Legal Studies, BSSS Biology, BSSS Physics, BSSS Economics, BSSS Chemistry and so many more subjects! Search for tutors in Canberra now!
Did you know that the BCSS oversees and manages the entire Year 12 curriculum for students in the ACT? Check out their site here for more info.