following a private exchange, I'd like to clarify a little further in public what I'm proposing when I talk about student tutors.
Any D06/D07 student who has obtained at least their D06 diploma can apply for the role of student tutor on the forum where he or she is fluent in the language. To apply for the role of tutor, students should make their interest known by contacting the forum administrator or moderators, either publicly or privately. Being a student tutor consists in providing encouragement and advice to new students who request it, so you need to have the free time available.
If, as can happen to any of us, you find there are periods when you don't have enough time for voluntary activities, you just need to inform the moderators or administrator, who will then take you out of the "Student tutors" group either temporarily or permanently.
I'll also clarify what is involved in the role of lesson moderators.
Moderating the online lessons consists firstly in checking that new candidates for the "Students" group fulfil all the required conditions to be accepted into the group. Before the year-end exams, the lesson moderators check that those students who apply to take the exam have submitted their recordings of all the required pieces for at least 7 lessons of the year for which they are sitting the exam. To be a lesson moderator you do not need to have sat a year-end exam, but it is necessary to have a really good knowledge of how the lessons work.
It is thanks to the volunteer moderators that the forum works smoothly. They give their time and their talents so that we can have the pleasure of being together and can share our knowledge and our generosity in the best conditions possible. To be a lesson moderator or a student tutor is to be part of this altruistic activity.