Tuteecamp IDEAS Corporation

Owned and operated by young Filipino English educators and entrepreneurs, a company catering to the needs of learners for quality online education across the globe, a hub for curriculum contributors and online teachers to showcase their respective language skills for continuing professional growth and development, and a bastion of ideas for corporate partners and educational institutions, locally and internationally, where visions are transformed into realities.

Our Story

The Dream TuteeCamp started as a dream of Eros Gamueda and Rainer Cuttermas in 2015. In February 2020, the opportunity to turn dream into reality arrived. Two of them led the development with the financial and management assistance of Mr. Mholick Gamueda and Monetary donations of Mr. Greg Sevilla. Members of the initial development team were Allen Alvaro, a curriculum development specialist, and Rowen Gamueda, an IT specialist. The Team


As the company progressed and new products needed development, the team grew with the addition of young individuals that share the same dream and vision. ESL specialists Jelly Anas, Armida Rubis and Imelda Ugale were welcomed into the pioneering team. graphic artist Jan Tanguin and VA specialists Gabe Soriano and Lawrence Kwarteng, Jr. also joined the ranks of the growing list of the company’s pioneers.

The Establishment Countless difficulties were faced in the process of establishing the company and its products, but both dream and desire were stronger. At the time of the official establishment of the company, the pioneers were already substantially learned in the art of business and development management.

The Lift off With the confidence and the pride to share their products and services to the world, the company finally launched their operations on September 2020. Since then, the company has had around 100 students in the ESL product wing, a sponsored university English club in Vietnam with over 100 members, and over 200 LMS users through TuteeCamp’s partnered training institutions, the International Maritime Employers Council and Oceanwide Maritime Services Corporation.


The year 2020 ushered in an enormous challenge to humanity, the world was left grappling with the crises brought about by the pandemic. Despite all these hurdles, brilliant ideas came into fruition, and Tuteecamp was born to realize a dream. At the onset of inception, Tuteecamp aimed to provide employment to talented educators in Baguio City who are struggling to find job opportunities, but Tuteecamp saw the need beyond the provision of jobs through their ESL products and took their development further. They created a Learning Management System (LMS) that caters to any requirement of any educational institution in need of a platform to conduct distance learning classes for their learners, as well as a built-in social media platform that acts as a learning hub for all its users.


As Tuteecamp began to establish these cornerstones, it has likewise started to form associations with diverse and prestigious entities such as Oceanwide Maritime Services company and International Maritime Employers Council, Ltd. (IMEC) just to name a few. Furthermore, to help the vision materialize and execute the set objectives, Tuteecamp has sought the assistance of Atty. Marlon Baruc for legal advice, and Dr. Czarina Alvaro-Abenoja for official counseling in reference to ESL and LMS. Now, Tuteecamp has become more than a dream, and its vision stands with its mentors “To Invest in Talent, not in Business”, Tuteecamp is born and now stands to support Baguio’s finest young talents of educators and curriculum developers.

Tuteecamp Methodology

Meet Our Lead Educators & Curriculum Developers

"A life lived for others is a life worthwhile" -Albert Einstein
Rhein Eros B. Gamueda
General Manager
"Learning is when I begin to know and do."
Jelly June D. Anas
Business Development Manager
"To teach is to Learn"
Nelly Ugale
ESL Operations Manager​
"We fail, we learn, we progress"​
Armida E. Rubis
Assistant BDM

Our Support Team

"Sometimes it's not about the money, but rather the process of managing the money"
Tracy Gamueda
Finance Manager
"I strive to be better everyday, but i grow together with my colleague"
Rowen Gamueda
IT Manager
"Art is a voice that speaks through colors"
Jan Tanguin
Graphic Artist

5 Step Process for Hiring Online Teachers

A. Submission of Resumes/CVs:

Applicants are advised to submit specified requirements to the HR Head.

D. Employment

Applicants who pass the tests and interview  and are assessed as qualified are given the offer to work with TCELA.

B. Tests:

Applicants undergo a test on macro-skills such as listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as grammar and pronunciation.

E. Training

Applicants go through two to three days of practical training. 

C. Interviews:

Applicants join a panel interview where pronunciation, grammar, and accent are evaluated.

F. Onboarding

TCELA teachers are given to the system and the courses offered.

Training the Teachers

A. Theories on Second Language Acquisition:

 Learn about the theories, approaches, and factors among others as regards the acquisition of a second language.

D. Communicative Language Teaching:

Teach a language using the approach framed by CLT or Communicative Language Teaching.

B. Grammar:

 Take a refresher study on grammar topics, such as confusing words, subject-verb agreement, prepositions, and basic sentence patterns.

E. Teaching Methodologies

Recognize various strategies, approaches, and philosophies in reference to second language acquisition.

C. Pronunciation

Know how native speakers pronounce words, intone sentences, and stress syllables.


Curriculum and Courses

A. English for Young Learners (EYL)

Learners of ages and 17 and below may choose from various courses such as English alphabet and phonics, vocabulary, reading, writing, and grammar.

B. English for Adult Learners (EAL)

Offers a range of courses to aged 18+, beginners to advanced levels . The courses target comfortability in using the English language, improvement of  fluency, and the increase of vocabulary bank of learners.

C. English for Special Purposes (ESP)

For test takers

Students may take language tests for university enrolment, overseas studies, and promotion at work among others. For such purpose, review classes on IELTS, TOEIC, and TOEFL are offered.

Curriculum Development Process


  • Identify Issue, Problem or Need
  • For Curriculum Development Team
  • Conduct Needs Assessment & Analysis

Content and Method

  • State Intended Outcomes
  • Select Content
  • Design Experiential Methods


  • Produce Curriculum Products
  • Test and Revise Curriculum
  • Recruit and Train Facilitators
  • Implement Curriculum

Evaluation and Reporting

  • Reporting and Securing Resources

Reference: Overview of the Curriculum Development Process. (n.d.). http://www.fao.org/3/ah650e/AH650E00.htm#Contents


Tuteecamp Adopts
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
(CEFR) in Classifying both Online Teachers and Learners.

“The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is an international standard for describing language ability. It describes language ability on a six-point scale, from A1 for beginners, up to C2 for those who have mastered a language. This makes it easy for anyone involved in language teaching and testing, such as teachers or learners, to see the level of different qualifications. It also means that employers and educational institutions can easily compare our qualifications to other exams in their country.”

Reference: Cambridge Assessment English. (n.d.). International language standards. https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/cefr/

Reference: University of Cambridge. (2011). Using the CEFR: Principles of good practice. United Kingdom: Cambridge.

Students who would take TCELA courses except for LTM are assessed through an interview plotted on the following criteria.

Reference: IELTS Online Tutorials. (n.d.). Speaking assessment criteria. https://ieltstutorials.online/speaking-assessment-criteria

Based on the results of the interviews, students are classified into general level assessment classification (GLAC), a reference utilized to properly place students in the right courses and levels.