I never flew a drone before I purchased my P3P and P4. If you read the manual (several times), watch a lot of Youtube videos and start in an open field and just do some basic maneuvers...you will be fine. These things literally fly themselves. What you need to know are all the settings (RTH altitude is very important) and know your flying environment. Just start slow and experiment with different flight modes, believe me you will pick it up quickly. No need for a tutor...and if other Phantom owners live near you and charge you to teach you to fly...well that is shame. I would think anyone here would be willing to help just for the love of the hobby...my humble opinion.
I've always enjoyed RC Planes, Cars and Helicopters. The planes always crashed, the helicopters are a pain to fly and the cars never lasted very long... I started with a P4 a few weeks ago and I'm totally at ease with it, I'm still in the beginner mode but I'm really amazed at how well it handles...x 10 what he said^^^^^^ i had never flown any type of RC , seen a buddy fly his P3P and became instantly addicted not even knowing nothing about em, did some extensive researching and tons of reading and bought a P4 , i took a day to familiarize myself with all aspects and do some walk through you tube vids to help me with getting all the settings set correctly , and started off slow...and was AMAZED how quickly i was flying ....so awesome!!! slow and steady on the sticks and you'll take it out more and more and have a blast seeing the world from a whole new light, that's the best part i enjoy ..scenery is everything to me , so glad i found this site , so many helpful guys it's unreal...go for it bud, Congrats on your new P4, and welcome aboard