Great, thanks for some input guys! I have previously written a schedule I guess you could call it, of what I teach and in what general order. Chances are with PHP, we're looking at some of the basics plus some more advanced handling (these students are already proficient with Java and C#). I find its the procedural aspect that will catch them more often than anything else, since they are now so used to OO programming.
We'll see if I even get approved as the tutor. Not because of my lack of skills, but because of my availability times. Right now I'm a shift worker, so I can only tutor on weekends + 2 out of 3 weeks in the evenings since my shifts go day, evening, nights. Even with this, methinks I can train a single student to easily (very easily) pass this course. As well, the program they're in I graduated from last year top of me class with honors and distinction, so I think the instructors can vouch for my abilities
Looking at JW's post, I'm thinking I should start by asking about $22 (which happens to be my current wage as well). Its a negotiation process of course, I'll have to see what they're willing to pay. Don't want to become too greedy, aside from putting my projects a little behind schedule (which I'm ok with, I'm doing personal ones atm), I don't want to spoil the deal. Its almost as great as getting paid to play video games (which is what my current job pretty much is, soooo much free time (most of the time
Anyway, feel free to continue any input. I certainly don't mind hearing what other peoples thoughts are. I'll let you know as well what is decided out of this.