Tutor Training Registration Form
The Augustine Literacy Project® of the Triangle trains and supports volunteer tutors who provide free, one-to-one instruction in reading, writing and spelling to low-income children in our area: Durham, Orange, Wake, and Chatham counties. Tutors receive training in a systematic, multi-sensory, phonetic approach to reading and written language, and will prepare and deliver practice lessons with the guidance of an experienced tutor/coach during the training.

An Augustine tutor agrees to meet with her/his student for 45-60 minutes twice weekly. We require new tutors to fulfill their commitment to teach 60 lessons, which may take 18 months.

The cost of the training is $300 for those who agree to tutor a qualified, local Augustine Literacy Project student. This fee helps to offset the cost of materials plus a required background check. If space permits, individuals who will not tutor a local Augustine student may register for $650.

Payment is due at the time of registration and refundable up to two weeks before the first day of training. Click the Donate button on our home page to pay through PayPal, and mention "tutor training." Email elizabeth.perry.alp@gmail.com for information.
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Please provide the name and cell number of a person we can keep on file to contact in the event of an emergency while you are training. *
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Please provide contact information for two non-family member references (name, relationship, phone, email): *
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I heard about Augustine Literacy Project® of the Triangle from: *
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I am interested in this training because: *
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Please list prior relevant experience, including other volunteer work (experience is not required.) *
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Of foremost importance to ALP is the safety of the students entrusted to work with our tutors. Please answer as follows: Have you ever been convicted of or pled guilty to any crime involving violence, weapons, alcohol or drugs, child abuse or neglect, sexual abuse or misconduct (even if expunged)? *
Are you currently under investigation for any of the above crimes? *
Have you ever been terminated or asked to resign from a job or volunteer position, or been demoted, suspended (with or without pay) or reprimanded (formally or informally) for inappropriate conduct, misuse of social media or the internet or inappropriate texting or communication? *
If "yes" to any of the above, please provide details:
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All tutors are required to pass a background check including public domain records and criminal history. Trainees will also receive, and must complete, our training regarding (1) appropriate interactions with children and youth and (2) the signs of child abuse and neglect. *
The following trainings will be held at Hill Learning Center (3200 Pickett Road, Durham), 8:30-3:30. Please choose a training: *
Please confirm: I agree to tutor a qualifying child for at least 60 sessions (2x /week). *
When we receive your full application and payment for the training, we will call you for a phone interview and provide an access link to our tutor screening service provider, Secure Volunteer. This easy-to-use, secure web portal will provide step-by-step instructions to submit your information for the required background check and only takes about five minutes. You will receive notifications by email about status and approval. *
Your full payment is due at registration and is refundable up to two weeks before the first day of training. Click the "Donate now" button on our website to submit your payment online or mail a check. Add a note that it is for tutor training. (Thank you!) *
I understand that ALP tutoring is a volunteer opportunity and that ALP is not obligated to accept me into its training program or accept or continue my services as a volunteer, or to disclose any reasons for not doing so. *
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