Instructo Announces Launch Offering a Platform to Find Local Tutors and Trainers in a Wide Range of Categories
For people striving to learn a new skill it can often be a challenge finding the proper instructor. Instructo, a recently launched marketplace is aimed at solving that problem. Featuring free trainer and tutor listings, with diverse skills represented, the platform is off to a very quick start.
There’s little doubt connecting with the right tutor can be immensely valuable to a student. Finding just this kind of tutor or trainer can be sped up dramatically with access to the right kind of resource. Victoria Park, Western Australia-based Instructo recently announced their launch offering just this kind of tool. Instructo is a marketplace where tutors and trainers can post their listings and offer their services making connections with students seeking instruction. It’s completely free for both students looking for tutors to use, and for tutors and trainers themselves to post ads.
“Instructo offers the chance to learn from the best,” commented a spokesperson from the marketplace. “Using Instructo is simple and free for both students and tutors. We’re striving to change the way people think of a tutor platform here in Australia. It’s a win/win all around.”
According to Instructo, diverse categories of interest are represented. Some of the more popular include: music instruction in a variety of instruments; academic subjects; personal training; driving; and yoga.
The list of skills represented is growing all the time.
No transactions take place on the marketplace, and rather than charging a fee to students or tutors, Instructo is run through renting ad-space to minimally intrusive ads.
Trainers have been very quick to give the marketplace endorsements across the board.
Jessica Graham, Academic Tutor, recently said, “I can see that Instructo is a wider ‘educator’ hunter resource – and it would be nice to have a site that isn’t instantly bought out by the bigger (but often far from better) tutoring agencies and organizations who monopolize find-ability by paying for premium listings that the self-employed can’t dream of competing against.”
Academic Tutor, Laura Chalk, also remarked, “Instructo website is really nice, a lot smoother and more aesthetically pleasing than other tutoring sites. Great job! I will recommend Instructo to others.”
For more information be sure to visit http://www.instructo.com.au/v3.