I’m not entirely sure exactly but I would imagine it would change from person to person as everyone learns differently and at a different pace. I would probably start with finding out about how much is not understood or needs work and how someone learns (visually, written, verbally, etc.) and draw up a lesson plan from there.
I’m currently studying a Bachelor of Science majoring in human biology and anatomy at UWA. I have a diploma in anatomy and physiology and I was also recently accepted into the Murdoch University Bachelor of Nursing course. I’ve been keeping busy by doing a lot of online courses including: dip. of forensics, dip. of pharmacy assistancy, dip. of anatomy and physiology, and many others so I have a broad knowledge base.
I have worked with children for years so I have a huge amount of child care knowledge if you are in need of a tutor for child care courses.
I also grew up on a wheat and sheep farm in the wheat belt until I was 16 so I have quite a lot of agricultural and animal husbandry knowledge as well.
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