We love what we do. Creating strong relationships with our Clients, Candidates & Students is what we strive to achieve and specialise in. Don't just take our word for it though. Below are our attached Case Studies from our work we've carried out with Queen Margaret University & Edinburgh College as well as some testimonials from our Candidates, Clients & Students.
"Working with Theorise Ltd in a Note-Taker role has been the perfect job for me over the last year. It has allowed me to utilise my skills and knowledge in an extremely rewarding way whilst also allowing me to develop transferable skills and gain new experiences within the education sector.
The company are an absolute dream to work for. They are reliable, accommodating, excellent at communicating and also make you feel like a valued member of their team by sharing positive feedback and being completely flexible with your other commitments.
I am absolutely thrilled to be working with them again next year."
Claire Docherty, Note Taker, Edinburgh area.
"I have worked with Theorise, employed as an external tutor working primarily with dyslexic, dyspraxic and autistic undergraduate and postgraduate students.
In my time with Theorise, I have been impressed by a number of features of the agency:
1. Communications are excellent – timely, clearly expressed and yet friendly. I have never been kept waiting for a reply to my emails and I always know that if they do not know the answer to a question, Theorise will make appropriate enquiries straight away. They are totally approachable and make it clear that all issues are taken seriously.
2. Theorise conveys a great sense of balance of loyalties, indicating that they value all stakeholders in the agency – in my case, students, external tutors, university disability staff and funding agencies.
3. Theorise staff are always efficient and capable. Despite the potential for mistakes in processing paperwork, timesheets etc., I have yet to experience problems or inaccuracies."
Alison Galloway, Study Skills Tutor, Edinburgh area.
“I have worked with Theorise over the last academic year as a Study Skills Tutor, and have found the Theorise family to be approachable, supportive and professional throughout. They are extremely accurate and timely regarding payment; the work is interesting, and their communication is excellent – there has never been a time when they haven’t responded promptly to a query. I look forward to continuing our working relationship into the foreseeable future.”
Alison Spencer, Study Skills Tutor, Glasgow area.
"I am an SpLD Study Skills Tutor and Mental Health Mentor working with Theorise Ltd.
Speaking as an individual who has both qualifications and experience in the practice and provision of inclusive higher education, I can confidently and honestly state that Theorise Ltd are a credit to inclusive education both in practice and in principle. The company’s up-to-date ethos enables me to fully utilise my expertise and deliver tailor made tutoring sessions to the students I support. I look forward to my 3rd academic year with the company. A true pleasure to work with. Thank you for having me on board this innovative ship."
Tracey Mercer, Study Skills Tutor & Mental Health Mentor, Edinburgh & Fife area.
"I just thought I would get in touch to give some feedback regarding one of your Theorise support staff. They have honestly been such a welcome asset. Her and her student are very well matched and we have seen a huge improvement in not only class but general wellbeing.
We are really hoping the student will progress onto the next year with Theorise supporting him.”
Edinburgh College Learning Support Adviser
“Theorise were in touch very quickly and as soon as they received my Award Letter within two days I was put in touch with a tutor. The tutor was friendly, knowledgeable and once I had let them know the sort of areas I would need help with we both put a plan together to follow. Without the help of my tutor I don’t think I would’ve got the grades I wanted. Thank you to both Theorise and my tutor for all their help.”
Queen Margaret University PG Student
"Working with a Theorise tutor has greatly improved my self-esteem, confidence and ability to manage my anxieties. With my Theorise tutor's support I feel better able to express my ideas and plan my work. I have noticed an immediate improvement in my academic work and have achieved distinction marks I previously thought were out of reach. "
Queen Margaret University MSc Student
"Theorise were amazing, they set me up with a tutor very quickly and this was key for my success. My tutor helped me with all aspects of my dissertation, ensuring I was critical and meeting the marking criteria. She seemed genuinely interested in what I was writing about and was happy to do extra work so that i was kept on track. Thank you to Theorise and my tutor!"
Queen Margaret University 4th year UG Student
"My Theorise tutor has been an incredible support this year. She was truly amazing and went so far out her way to help with whatever problem or meltdown your having over something small or huge. She has helped me to read more and we've risen my grades and got my first ever A and she was just as thrilled as I was. She is truly amazing and a credit to your team. I hope that I will be able to get her again next year as we have built such a strong relationship over the past 2 years and she gets how my dyslexia works and how best she can support me."
Perth College UHI 3rd year BA (Hons) Student
We've been privileged to work with a number of Colleges & Universities. One of our first involvements in student support came at Queen Margaret University in the provision of note taking support. Have a look at our PDF, that explains the challenges faced and the solutions we had to these problems.
Theorise first involvement with the provision of support to any College or University was with Edinburgh College Granton. Theorise relationship has developed over the years with an ever increasing demand for our support workers. Our PDF below, explains our work with Edinburgh College and how we have become their choice for the provision of the majority of their students non-medical assistance.