Michelle Webber is the franchise partner of Success Tutoring’s first interstate centre in Western Australia (Claremont) and has been recognised for her efforts by Franchising WA after only a year in business.
Before partnering with Success Tutoring, she was a Senior Project Officer in an education research business with previous experience as a teacher and tutor, as well as 2 teaching degrees; Bachelor of Arts (Early Childhood Education) and Bachelor of Education (English As A Second Language).
Michelle states that she has “always given [her] absolute best to [her] career, often going above and beyond” and helping families in need, “facilitating tutoring that is going to fit with the child’s needs and family schedule.”
This ambition and drive has made her a successful franchise partner, which goes above and beyond within the community and someone with experience in the schooling system. Michelle noted her qualms with the Australian education system. She also mentioned that lessons at school are excessively fast-paced and an immoderation of study resources ended up being counterproductive and leaving the student confused, and due to her love for teaching, wanted to improve these circumstances.
“Becoming a franchise partner has been helpful in having a pre-made structure, business model and processes and policies already set in place” says Michelle, yet finds the Success Tutoring Difference to be the most noteworthy, being:
- Solid business model
- Personalised Programs
- Excellent customer service
- Strong communication skills
- Strong organisational skills
- Striving for excellence
- Giving back to the Community (Free Movie Night, Free Parent Information Nights)
- Administrative ease (Flexible bookings through the app)
The relationship between Michelle’s ambition and the Success Tutoring method has paid off as she enjoys heartwarming stories of her impact, for example, “I had a Year 3 student who was getting a C in Maths. After a comprehensive term of work (directly supporting the lessons at school), she got an A in Maths!”