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Safety Tips

As an online service that helps individuals and institutes to find tutors and teachers, and helps tutors and teachers to find jobs, hklanguagetutor.com aims to foster a safe, secure, and welcoming community for all of its members.

Advice For Parents / Employers

Although the majority of the tutors and teachers are reputable, hklanguagetutor.com advise that parents and employers still need to be cautious when hiring a tutor and teacher directly. There are a few tips for parents and employers which we've collected.

Advice For Students

Although the majority of tutors and teachers are reputable, hklanguagetutor.com advise that students still need to take care of their personal safety when meeting a tutor or teacher for the first time. The Suzy Lamplugh Trust gives expert advice on all areas personal safety, and we've used some of their ideas for the following tips:

  • Have a communication on the phone before meeting.
  • To see whether the tutors or teachers are properly qualified. You may ask them to show their certificates and contact the relevant accreditation organisation.
  • Ask the tutors or teachers for referee and contact them directly.
  • Ask the tutors or teachers pro-active questions and find out if there is any inconsistency in the information they told.
  • Trust your instinct and don’t be afraid to cancel the meeting if you feel worried.
  • Meet in the daytime and in a public place if possible.
  • Don’t let anyone pick you up by car.
  • Take your mobile phone with you and possibly a personal alarm.
  • Tell a friend or member of family where you are going and when will you return. Ask reliable friend or relative to come with if needed at the first meeting.
  • If you are visiting someone’s home, ask if anyone else is going to be there. If you’re concerned, also ask about any pets.
  • If someone is visiting your home, let them know that a friend or member of family may also be present.
  • Never drink or eat any liquid or food provided by strangers.
  • Check who are lawfully employable. For more details, please visit faq or Don't Employ Illegal Workers http://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/useful_information/dont-employ-illegal.html
  • May need to apply employment visa in Hong Kong. For more details, please visit faq or Working, Study and other Visa Requirements http://www.gov.hk/en/nonresidents/visarequire/other/ and General Employment Policy (GEP) http://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/services/visas/GEP.html
  • Check the criminal records of the tutors to make sure they have no convictions, cautions, reprimands or warnings which would prevent them from working with children. For more details, please visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_record
  • Please notice the existing risk as the information of advertisement is not verified by any means. We will not be liable for any cost or damage arising from using our website.
  • Please do not provide your full personal information to strangers.

Advice For Tutors and Teachers

Although the majority of students and employers are reputable, tutors are still advised to take care of their personal safety when meeting students or employers for the first time. The Suzy Lamplugh Trust gives expert advice on all areas personal safety, and we've used some of their ideas for the following tips:

  • Have a communication on the phone before meeting.
  • Ask the employers pro-active questions and find out if there is any inconsistency in the information they told.
  • Trust your instinct and don’t be afraid to cancel the meeting if you feel worried.
  • Meet in the daytime and in a public place if possible.
  • Don’t let anyone pick you up by car.
  • Take your mobile phone with you, and possibly a personal alarm.
  • Tell a friend or member of family where you are going and when will you return. Ask reliable friend or relative to come with if needed at the first meeting.
  • If you are visiting someone’s home, ask if anyone else is going to be there. If you’re concerned, also ask about any pets.
  • If someone is visiting your home, let them know that a friend or member of family may also be present.
  • Never drink or eat any liquid or food provided by strangers.
  • Check who are lawfully employable. For more details, please visit faq or Don't Employ Illegal Workers http://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/useful_information/dont-employ-illegal.html
  • May need to apply employment visa in Hong Kong. For more details, please visit faq or Working, Study and other Visa Requirements http://www.gov.hk/en/nonresidents/visarequire/other/ and General Employment Policy (GEP) http://www.immd.gov.hk/eng/services/visas/GEP.html
  • Please notice the existing risk as the information of advertisement is not verified by any means. We will not be liable for any cost or damage arising from using our website.
  • Please do not provide your full personal information to strangers even in resume.
  • Tutors pay attention please. If agents contact you and introduce students to you, but ask you to deposit ALL the tutoring fee collected from the students or parents to the agents account afterward. And they promise to refund a certain amount as your tutoring fee. It may be cheat, as you may not get back your tutoring fee.
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