At Kumon, you are both the business owner of your own franchise and the Kumon Instructor . You have to manage the day-to-day business operations and work with Kumon students.
Typically, training takes place at the local offices. Candidates looking to open a Kumon Centre must attend training with the company. Candidates will also need to make arrangements to attend initial training that will typically run over a five-week period. Continuous follow-up training is provided after the commencement of your Centre, to ensure the content is relevant to your operating needs.
Topics covered in the training include:
– Instruction principles and learning materials
– The Kumon Method, curriculum, and learning materials
– Student assessment and enrolment
– The effective implementation of study programmes
– Communication with parents and students
– Centre management strategies
– Centre administration, policies, and procedures
The opening of new Centres is directly linked to the realisation of Kumon’s vision. We aim to give as many students as possible the opportunity to learn using our materials, and thus, contribute to the global community.
When planning new locations the Company carefully considers the following factors:
– The number of children of a target age group residing in the available location
– The number of children within the available location that already study at other Kumon Learning Centres
As our mission is to develop the potential of as many children as possible, Kumon does not assign exclusive territories to Instructors.
All new Kumon Instructors must offer both the Maths and English programmes within their Kumon Learning Centre.
Each test covers a range of basic arithmetic and reading comprehension exercises in English and/or native language.