How to Teach Your Craft: Creating Revenue by Teaching Classes and Workshops eBook
From brainstorming class ideas, creating content and pricing classes, to setting up your business, getting insurance and creating release forms, you’ll be well on your way to creating a revenue-producing business all while teaching a craft you love!
Through trial and error, I created a very successful business teaching soap making classes and workshops all over the United States. In my eBook, How to Teach Your Craft: Creating Revenue by Teaching Classes and Workshops, I share my trade secrets for how to earn higher revenue through creating an education business based on your craft or art.
From brainstorming class ideas, creating content and pricing classes, to setting up your business, getting insurance and creating release forms, you’ll be well on your way to creating a revenue producing business all while teaching a craft you love!
Teaching classes is a great way to earn additional income alongside your soap business. And the best part? You get to decide your own hours, how much to charge, and how many classes to teach. You can start small (maybe one class a month) and add more classes as you feel comfortable.
Filled with personal anecdotes on how I not only built my career teaching classes, but also how I co-founded a not-for-profit teaching my craft, soap making. Whether your craft is painting, knitting, papermaking, pottery or cat hair weaving, you can make exceptional income by teaching what you know!
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Table of Contents
Introduction Chapter 1 – Becoming a Teacher
Are You a Teacher?
What are Your Options? Chapter 2 – For Whom Will You be Teaching?
Teaching for Someone Else
Making Contact and Submitting a Class Proposal
How Much do You Get Paid?
Teaching for Yourself Chapter 3 – What Will You Teach?
Coming Up with Class Ideas
Designing Each Class
The Class Project
The Class Handout
Write It Out – Magic Wand!
Practicing the Class Chapter 4 – Every Teacher Needs a Classroom
Classroom Rental Contracts
What is Your Ideal Class Size?
Teacher’s Assistant Chapter 5 – Pricing Classes, Workshops & Webinars
Creating Income Goals Chapter 6 – Putting it all Together
Class Policies and Rules
Scheduling Classes & Workshops
How to Handle Registrations Chapter 7 – Finding Your Students
Creating a Community Chapter 8 – Collaboration
Collaboration with Other Instructors
Collaboration with Suppliers Chapter 9 – Teaching Your Craft
Before the Class
During the Class
After the Class
Assessments & Certificates
How to Handle Troublesome Students
Special Situations Chapter 10 – Sell Yourself
How to Build Your Teacher Credentials
Your Headshot Chapter 11 – Setting up Your Business
Choosing a Business Structure
Is Your Guest Teacher an Employee or
Accounting Chapter 12 – Liability, Environment & Procedures
Release of Liability Form
Safe Instructional Environment & Procedures Chapter 13 – Teaching in Developing Countries Chapter 14 – Go Forth and Teach
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