Although I have not been in the business very long I get real fulfillment out of teaching others. I meet many people of all walks of life during classes and in many cases I have been able to walk away with knowledge from those in the field as well.
I find enjoyment and reward sharing my knowledge and skills with others as well as they sharing their's with me.
I work with every student to be sure they are confident with the skills needed.
I try to make the classes fun whether a blended learning course or an all day course.
Passing my knowledge and skills onto others. Meeting and working with new people.
It was a fun filled about 5 hours long class with lots of information and activity. Every family should have a training like this. We are proud that our teenage son is able to help specially as he is starting his driver's license. Thank you Sabrina!
She did a great job keeping the class fun and super informative.
I will usually find out the reason why they are taking the course and find out if they have previously been certified.
I have been CPR certified going back to the late 80s and recently BLS (Basic Life Support) certified as of October 2019.
I have been teaching courses now since August of 2019 and have averaged about 10 classes per month but currently working through another company and not directly with my own clients, as I am working on building my business.
I have not established a standard pricing for my lessons at this time but based on what I am looking to charge it will be below others in my area.
I made the decision last year it was time to invest in me and something more rewarding.
I wanted an opportunity to work at my leisure and be able to do in retirment years as well. A way to make a little extra money while helping those who need certification for their jobs or those who just want the skills and knowledge.
I have worked with Tattoo artist, nurses, pharmacist, teachers, daycares, fitness personel, high school students.
Do not look for someone who is just there thinking this is easy money for them and you are not really going to learn anything.
I have come across instructors who show up and do not really teach but passes everyone in the class without performing a skill. You pay for 5 to 6 hours of someone's time they should not be ending class after 2 hours or less.
What is your fee?
What will I get from the class?
Are you more about the money than actually expecting to teach someone the skills?
How long have you been teaching?
Most important, why did you become an instructor?