They've at least 3-4 years of experience in tutoring since most of them started out during their university period. The main difference between full-time tutors and part-time tutors would be their commitment level. Full-time tutors normally are more committed and able to work around their schedule. Whereas, Part-time tutors usually are only able to commit a certain number of hours per week due to their tight schedule.
Also, we can find a tutor who has majored in a particular field based on the subjects you are looking to have tuition. Such as a finding a graduate majoring mathematics to provide math tuition. Some of our tutors even hold post-graduate degrees such as Master's or Doctoral Degrees (PhDs).
Current School Teachers who are currently teaching in local government schools (Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Junior Colleges) and various international schools (ACSi, Tanglin Trust, SAS, SOTA, UWC, CIS, OFS, SJII, HCI, etc) in Singapore. They are very relevant with the current school syllabus as well as examination syllabus and requirements. Teachers in Local Schools will possess at least a diploma of education or bachelor of education in their respective fields of training. They have limited hours per week set aside for giving home tuition. So parents wanting to engage them to have to book them before their schedule are full for the academic year.
Former School Teachers who have left the teaching service and have switched to providing home tuition on a full-time basis. They've many years of teaching experience as a teacher and also familiar with school syllabus. Their commitment ability is stronger as they have a more flexible work schedule. You also don't have to be afraid of their teaching ability, as they are as qualified as current school teachers. They always ensure they keep up to date with school and examination syllabus.