Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated!
- How to Start a Business Teaching Private and Group Enrichment Lessons for Kids
- Narrated by: Stephanie Quinn
- Length: 1 hr and 45 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 27-02-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: ACX
While much of the information can apply to academic subjects, Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated! isn't directed toward academic tutoring. It's about starting a business giving children extracurricular learning opportunities outside of a school's academic areas - including subjects like piano, karate, ballet, swimming, guitar, sewing, woodworking, sports, and more. Enrichment lessons provide children with a talent, hobby, or skill that enriches their lives.
Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated! doesn't get into the specifics of what to teach during your lessons since different subjects require different lesson plans. This book provides tips for starting and running your business teaching kids.
It'll help you find locations to teach, help you get (and keep) students, and will give you information on things you'll need to do when setting up your teaching business, such as developing a USP, deciding what to charge, setting class sizes and schedules, creating policies and rules, registering students, and more.
You may only want to make some extra money teaching lessons in your spare time, or make your living doing it fulltime. You might have been teaching lessons for a while already, and maybe you just need some new ideas to reinvigorate your business.
Whichever sounds like you, Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated! can help!
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By luke springall on 22-01-16
If you want to listen to a list, buy this!
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Painful to wade through minutes of listing! Try 'the idea in you' instead