✔ Welcome Letter: This will start off your journey with parent by setting the expectations. Being clear right from the beginning will make you feel less frustrated.
✔ Payment Agreement form/contract: It's good to let people know how you take payments and when the client will be charged.
✔ Zoom for parents cheatsheet so that they know exactly how to work through any technological glitches they may encounter.
✔ Income/expense tracker so that when it comes to taxes, everything is in one place.
✔ Weekly lesson planner so that you know exactly what to teach during each session.
✔ Permission to videotape sessions in case you ever want to a use a testimonial or a sample session.
✔ Student registration form so that you know exactly where each of your students are from.
✔ Student inventory so that you can incorporate their interests in your lessons
✔ Onboarding checklist so that you remember to send all of the important documents to your clients when they are getting started.
✔ Initial Consulation Quck Guide that leads to the next step.
✔ Free Assessment Quick Guide that will allow you to share the data you have learned about the student and collect more data from the parent.
✔ Sales Conversation Quick Guide so that when you get a lead you can turn them into a tutoring client.
✔ One page business plan so that you can really plan out your business professionally instead of like a hobby.
✔ Tutor qualifications and Teaching Style so each of your clients feel comfortable hiring you as their tutor.
✔ Student at a Glance so that you can remember who they are and what you are specifically focusing on
✔ Invoice template so that all you have to do is enter in their information and send it to them.