Music school owners know how important it is to set up a group lesson program in their music school.
But, my experience has shown that most school owners have many questions about getting started.
In this video, we answer a lot of questions that school owners frequently ask… you could almost consider this to be a group lesson setup FAQ.
How quickly could you get a group lesson program going in your music school?
Do you have to begin at the beginning of the school year… or is it possible to get going at any time?
How easy would it be to generate interest in this program?
How do you get parents on board?
What equipment would you need to buy?
How much space do you need in your group room?
Not only that, Greg (from GroupLessons.com) gives a brief – but detailed – checklist of how to get started in just a few weeks.
A helpful tool from a studio owner who sees about 300 kids per week with just two teachers.
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The biggest obstacle to starting a group program is often simply a lack of vision and information.
The good news is that you don’t have to reinvent the wheel… just use Greg’s plan instead.
The information provided in this video is complete and accurate.
And, if you want even more detail…
Greg has provided a free startup guide and group lesson training on >GroupLessons.com<.
This is a one-stop shop for everything you need to run an educationally valuable, high-margin group lesson program.