Music Teachers: Get more students • Be paid on time • Prevent schools and parents from messing you about • Get useful ideas for lessons • Increase your income •
Build your music teaching business with 29 free teaching and marketing tips I’ve used in my own 20+ years of music teaching.
Making your living teaching music privately or in schools means you run your own business, one of the most stimulating and rewarding professions imaginable.
But not without its challenges. Would you like to:
- Attract more students?
- Increase your income?
- Save time by minimising distractions?
- Use the teaching resources we’ve created and tested?
- Learn how to avoid being messed about by parents, schools and students?
- Access teaching ideas and tips from 20+ years of music teaching?
- Get your free tips NOW or read on for more about what they include.
We can help. I’m Claire Chadwick, a music teacher for over twenty years, in Staffordshire, London, Surrey and Sheffield, in schools and in private practice.
And husband Jamie Veitch is a business consultant who has helped hundreds of small business owners, freelancers and self-employed folk to grow their businesses.
We’ve put together a comprehensive and free set of 29 ideas and strategies to help music teachers. We know these tips work (because Claire tested, refined and used them herself and we’ve shared them with our teaching friends).
The tips include exactly the information that Claire wished was available, both when she was establishing herself and as an experienced music teacher.
We cover the challenges music teachers face:
- Building your business by attracting students who want to learn with you.
- Being paid on time and valued for your expertise.
- Dealing with discipline.
- Effective communication with parents and schools.
- Reducing stress and minimising time-wasting activities.
- Marketing that actually works (and which you can measure).
- Addressing most music teachers’ eternal bugbear – practice!
- We cover all of these and more with ideas Claire has tested and proven, which you can use in your teaching business. Get them immediately or read on for comments from other music teachers.
With the marketing and business development strategies we describe, Claire developed her music teaching business to her full capacity – and built a waiting list for private lessons in a city full of excellent music teachers.
Plus she created numerous resources admired by students, parents and other teachers alike to give super lessons. She learned how to solve common issues that affect music teachers in schools. And now she wants to share her experience with you.
Jamie has mentored hundreds of small business owners and freelancers, helping them attract new clients and overcome challenges. Named one of the top ten mentors in his industry he works with people all over the UK, and sometimes across the world.
We’d love to help your music teaching business to thrive. Get our free series of tips today.
What one highly experienced music teacher said:
“Just thought I’d say that I’m enjoying the daily emails so far. I’ve been teaching for 22 years nearly (since 15!) and built up the UK’s biggest specialist mobile music school with hundreds of students before selling in 2016. The emails are a great reminder of things we should all try to aim for and that we can all improve how we run our business.” Kevin Smith, Kev’s Chords.
OK, so what’s the catch? There isn’t one!
- You’ll get 29 tips from us, by email over 29 days, and then our popular email newsletter.
- You can unsubscribe from our emails easily and instantly at any time should you want to.
- We won’t sell or give your email address to anyone else.
- You don’t need to buy anything from us and our tips are not thinly-disguised sales messages.
- And Claire has used all our tips herself to develop her teaching business.
Start reading your tips now. Get:
- Tried and tested teaching ideas and tips, developed over twenty-plus years of teaching music in schools and privately, one-to-one and in groups.
- Marketing and communications expertise, bespoke to music teaching.
We promise our 29 ideas will give you things you can do immediately to boost your music teaching business. They’ll also make you smile.
Here’s to your continued success!
Claire Chadwick and Jamie Veitch, Your Music Teaching Success Ltd.