So your child wants to become a guitar hero, but you don’t know how much it’ll cost you? Let’s take a look…
The average cost of a guitar tutor in the UK is £23.15, when you take location and level of study into account. Oxford is the most expensive place to learn guitar, with an average rate of £30.66 per hour. The cheapest area is Sunderland, costing £19.57 on average.
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The table above shows a quick overview of the different average cost of a guitar tutor for each location. The effect location has on cost is generally due to the overall affluence of the area, and the demand for guitar tutors.
Depending on the level of guitar your child is learning, the costs can vary. The more advanced the level, the more a guitar tutor will cost.
This is due to the level of expertise required to teach each level.
Here’s a brief breakdown of how the cost of a guitar tutor changes depending on the level of study:
Location and level of study are two of the main factors that affect the cost of a guitar tutor, but they aren’t the only ones. You also need to take experience and certifications into account.
If a guitar tutor has a relevant, music-based degree, then they’ll have a wider breadth of knowledge when it comes to teaching music in general. As a result, they can often justify charging more.
Perhaps more important, however, is how much tutoring experience they have. Playing the guitar is one thing, teaching others to play is another. The more teaching experience a tutor has, the better they’ll be at explaining concepts and helping your child to understand.
A more experienced tutor will also make your child feel more at ease, and will therefore improve their learning experience.
Online tutoring is fast-becoming a preferred approach, both for parents and their kids.
Kids are used to using online platforms for a range of different educational activities, whether it’s submitting their homework, doing tests, or watching videos. They’re already well-versed in learning online, and so online tutoring is something they’re familiar with.
It means they can learn from the comfort of their home, improving their concentration and ease-of-mind.
For parents, it means not having to worry about travel costs, and being on-hand to ferry your child from A to B. This also means the tutor won’t have any travel costs, which ultimately means cheaper tutoring for you.
Tutorful’s online platform has a lot of useful features, including video calling, screen sharing, and an interactive whiteboard. It’s been designed to provide a great learning experience for your child.
There are loads of guitar tutors out there waiting to hear from you. Use the link below to find some near you.