"Running A Successful Practice"
With Jill Payne MSTAT
Saturday 11th August 2018
10am - 2.30pm (with a 30 min lunch break)
Teachers £50/ Trainees £40
Start a new practice or re-boot your existing one at this workshop, full of tips and advice about doing it well and avoiding the pitfalls.
Find out how to start, run and promote a successful practice. Content includes marketing to find pupils, customer care to keep pupils, effective record keeping and tax made simple. Full printed notes are provided for each participant.
"The workshop was informative, lively and easy to take on."
Jill Payne has run a successful teaching practice since 2002. Her training workshops are designed to help you do the same. They are packed with useful tips and information and each participant receives detailed printed notes.
To book a place please email Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 658 0820.
Venue: Jill's home,13 Forster Road Beckenham BR3 4LH.
Parking - There is free parking on Forster Road.
Train - Beckenham is served by trains from Charing Cross and London Bridge to Hayes (leave the train at Clock House station), and trains from Victoria to Orpington (leave the train at Kent House station). The journey takes 20 - 25 mins
Clock House station is four minutes walk. Leave the platform via the door in the wall, cross the car park and bear right into Clock House Road. Take the fourth turning left into Cromwell Road, and Forster Road is the first right.
Kent House station is about ten minutes walk. Descend the steps from the platform and leave the station past the ticket office into Plawsfield Road. At the end of the road turn left into Beckenham Road and walk about five minutes until you reach Clock House station on the right. Turn right into Clock House Road and proceed as above.
Please bring a packed lunch. There are cafes and shops near Clock House station.
For further information call Jill Payne on 020 8658 0820 or email Jill at email@example.com
The Introductory Workshop - Face Your Fear and Succeed!
Next date: TBA
Giving introductory workshops is a great way to present the AT, publicise your practice and reach new pupils. This seminar shows you how to plan, structure and present successful workshops and is packed with ideas and advice to help you.
Topics covered include Marketing your workshop, Choosing a venue, Structuring and Presenting your material, Foolproof games, Confident demonstrations and Offering the next step. Full printed notes are included for each participant and useful posters will be for sale on the day.
"Thank you for the brilliant workshop on Saturday. I'm already planning my first workshop!"