In this podcast: Group lessons are a fantastic opportunity for private teachers to keep a busy teaching schedule through slower summer months. Teachers interested in hosting workshops will learn about the detailed steps it takes to run a group program. Our highly experienced guest, Sara Campbell shares her expertise when it comes to successful and profitable vocal music workshops.
Don’t forget to check out Sara’s freebie and the discount code for the online course Group Lessons 101
This Starter-Kit includes 3 Downloads in one: Sara’s own personal 3 page marketing flyer/registration PDF so that you know everything to include on your own editable PDF registration form – PLUS you get the Upbeat Piano Teacher Summer Camp Checklist – a perfect list that will help you get organized quickly!
Are you interested in teaching group lessons and summer camps? Want to really wow your students and parents this year? This webinar is the perfect solution to help you supplement your income and get started!
Group Lessons 101 will help you learn how to plan, market, and instruct group lessons of all kinds. Our amazing guest experts will guide you from start to finish and they’ve even included some great FREEBIES to make planning easier than you ever imagined!
15% off Coupon Code: FVGROUP15 – This code will be good through May 14th 2016 – So Act NOW!
About our Guest: Sara Campbell is a piano and voice teacher living in Western Pennsylvania. A full-time teacher since 2005, Sara now owns and operates a private studio with 40 students. Every summer she offers creative music workshops for music students from all over the Shenango Valley. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Performance from Westminster College and a Master of Music in Musicology from Youngstown State University.
Outside of the studio, Sara also serves as an adjunct lecturer and guest speaker at universities and music conferences. She has a passion for helping other teachers realize their goals, and is an active moderator and community member of many private Facebook groups. Find out more about her resources on her blog at www.SarasMusicStudio.com .