Instructors: Interested in Offering Private Video Lessons
Thank you again for being an instructor with Dog Sport University, you rock! We would love for you to offer private video lessons through DSU!
Below is a quick breakdown of how this would work. If you are still interested, please complete the form on this page and I will get you a contract to look over and then electronically sign.
Time Limit Options: 30-miniutes, 45-minutes and 1-hour. You can choose from any of these options, meaning, you can offer all three or only one. It is entirely up to you.
Platform Used: Zoom (will be an account through DSU, and you will have your own login)
When do I Offer These Lessons? This is entirely up to you! You can create a free account through Calendy.com, and your personal calendar will be synced on the DSU website. This system is pretty easy to use, and you can decide which days and times you are available. This can as broad as January 14th - January 18th, 12:00PM - 5:00PM to January 14th 3:30PM, 5:00PM and 7:00PM. It is entirely up to you.
What Does DSU Handle? All scheduling correspondence with the client, as well as collection of payment and issuing of refunds should there be a cancellation. Will also administer the Calendy and Zoom accounts.
What is My Cut? 80% of the fee charged. DSU retains 20% to cover administrative costs. Your payment will be sent either on the two-week payment schedule, or the end of the day the lesson was offered (your choice, and this will be outlined in the contract).
What Do I Charge? This is entirely up to you. As a reference point, I am charging the following:
- 30-minute: $37.50
- 45-minute: $55.00
- 1-hour: $75.00
My usual in-person rate was $100/hr before I retired.
My goal for DSU is to provide access to outstanding instruction and dog training regardless of where the dog owners may actually live. All of you are outstanding instructors, and I would love for you to offer private lessons through DSU.
If you would like to offer these Private Video Lessons through DSU, please fill out the form below: