cambylist tutors have been coming out of the woodwork in the last few years, with some claiming to offer more organic chemistry instruction than conventional courses.
This is in part thanks to the organic chemistry industry having been booming in the UK since the introduction of the ChemTutor certification scheme in the late 2000s.
However, a new organic chem tutor has also emerged, and it is based around the chemistry of the amino acids, which have a much more complex chemical structure than those of proteins.
The company behind the new tutor is called ‘Lavender Chem Tutors’ and is based in Brighton, UK, with the aim of offering organic chemistry courses to those who are unable to afford traditional chemistry courses.
While there are currently a number of organic chem tutors around the UK, the company is hoping to provide more courses in this area by adding a new one-stop shop in Brighton called ‘Organic Chemistry Tutors’.
The company is offering the courses through its website and is working on a new website to help customers sign up to get their course.
According to the company’s co-founder, Michael Green, the goal of the tutor is to offer organic chemistry teachers a more holistic and individualised learning experience.
“We are offering a holistic and personalised learning opportunity for organic chem teachers,” Green told TalkSport.
“Organic chem teachers have traditionally tended to focus on specific topics such as organic chemistry, but we are introducing organic chemistry to all levels of the professional spectrum.”
According to Green, organic chemistry is one of the hardest topics to teach to a student in organic chemistry.
“Many organic chem students do not understand the concepts and methods that are involved in organic synthesis and are unable or unwilling to tackle the complex chemistry in depth,” Green said.
“This is where Lavender Chem is able to bridge the gap between organic chem and traditional chemistry and offer organic chem courses to students.”
In order to offer the course, the tutors offer organic synthesis in a different format from traditional chemistry.
Green said the company does not make any claims to have been the first to introduce organic chemistry as a subject to the UK’s schools, but rather is the first and only company to do so.
“There are a number other organic chem programs in the market today but Lavender has taken organic chemistry and combined it with traditional chemistry in a way that is completely unique to the industry,” Green added.
“Our unique approach has allowed us to offer a truly holistic learning experience for organic chemistry students.”
Green said the first course in the organic chem program was given by a student who had no prior organic chemistry experience.
In addition to this, the tutor will also teach the student the basics of organic synthesis, while introducing students to the chemistry behind the synthesis process.
The tutor also has a free weekly newsletter with exclusive content for organic chemist students.
In order for students to enrol, the course costs £150 and can be completed in two or three weeks.
The student who enrols in the first two or five lessons will also receive a free online tutor course.
The first three lessons are currently available to students who pay for the course through the website, but Green said this will be expanded to more students and students will also be able to subscribe to the newsletter.
The courses are available to all students at a discounted rate, with only one tutor course being offered at a time.
However Green said he would be open to taking students on as part of the course as long as they did not spend any money.
“I am currently looking at the possibility of introducing the students on the course so that they do not need to buy a subscription,” he said.
“We would welcome students who do not have a subscription as a way of getting the first lesson.”