Do you have a waiting list for your studio? Ever wondered how you could turn those students you don’t have room for into a multi-teacher studio?
If so, then this podcast episode is for you!
The business side of running a multi-teacher studio can be daunting, and there is so much to consider such as locations, finding the right teachers, accounting, pricing calculations…the list goes on. If you’re not sure where to start, then take a listen to episode 7 for a fantastic overview of what you need to do to go from one teacher to many.
Carly McDonald runs Novar Music a large music teaching studio in Adelaide Australia, and in today’s podcast she answers the top questions teachers have when making this leap from independent teacher, to owner of a multi-teacher studio. Even if you don’t see yourself taking that jump, I think we can all learn a lot from the way Carly runs her business!
Music Teachers’ Helper is the software solution I use for running my private studio. If you’re still trying to keep track of invoices, student details, tax records and book loans on spreadsheets or pieces of paper, you really are wasting your time.
Music Teacher’s Helper is online scheduling and billing software which you can access from any computer, phone or tablet, and that will literally save you hours every month in studio admin.
One of the coolest things about it is that you can automatically email lesson reminders to students or parents to reduce the chance of missed lessons, particularly if you work on a rotating timetable. You can even build a studio website for free right in the program and it comes with a companion practice app for students so you can see exactly how much they’ve practiced.
Of course there are heaps more features, but the best thing to do is head to www.musicteachershelper.com/tim, register for a risk-free 30 day trial and if you choose to continue your access, you’ll get 20% off your first month.
Was there something in today’s podcast that you hadn’t considered? Did Carly shed light on an issue you’ve been wondering about?
Got any other business-related questions for her? Let us know below.