Elite Tutors Safety Guide
This Safety Guide is in line with national child-protection legislation (Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act (No. 32 of 2007)), and is endorsed by Connect Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to the safety of at-risk women and children.
What you can do to keep safe
Be aware of the risks
For a start, it’s important for you to be aware of the possible risks associated with private tutoring. While we make every effort to mitigate any risks, it’s important to be aware of them and take active steps to protect yourself.
These are a few of the risks that we’ve identified:
- Risks involved with traveling to unsafe areas
- Damage to musical instruments
- Stalking or inappropriate messaging
- Bogus clients with sinister intentions
- Sexual harassment
- Other serious crimes