The current requirements are:
-You need to have homeschooled for at least a year
-You need to have a child at or above the challenge grade level you are planning to teach (not that this child has to have done Challange, just that if your oldest kid is 6yo, you will have a harder time having appropriate expectations for 13 yos)
-Because this is considered a "director " level position all of your children should be homeschooled (the idea being that it's hard to sell other people on something you aren't doing yourself)
-You must do a 3-day training specifically about the Challenge year you are tutoring.
- You must do a 1-day Director training that is mostly about the paperwork and regulations etc.
I will say that if there isn't someone available with all of the requirements, a local Area Manager they can approve an exception if your kids are too young or you don't homeschool all of your kids. Some of this depends on the Area Manager and how rule-followy they are.
You are on your own to learn the material, however, a big part of the CC philosophy is that the tutor should be the "Lead Learner", showing the students how to learn - not the 'Sage on the Stage'. You may or may not agree with that, but it is on purpose.
Classes are capped at 12 students btw, because they are all supposed to be Dialectic discussions. Much larger and it is hard for everyone to get a chance to contribute.
Edited by Cadam, 18 May 2017 - 10:18 PM.