You’re probably seeing back-to-school messages all around you and it is not only directed at youth, you’ve probably seen a lot of adult learning ads as well. Adults want something to look forward to now that summer is coming to an end.
Claire and I wanted to see if we have enough people to offer a training this fall. We’ve both been teaching fewer classes and focusing on the Yoga Trainer Fast Track.
So, we followed our own advice to give a free info session about the training. We used the free resources here and put the training out to our contacts.
4 Things We Did To Get Ready For The Free Info Session:
- scheduled a time for the info session and set up the zoom link
- updated the 200 Hr training page on our websites
- set up a survey to get feedback on what training schedule would work for each person shared it in our newsletters
- posted on social media
The only time that worked for us was a Friday afternoon in August. It is not an ideal time, and we were concerned but even though it was not perfect, we put it out anyway.
It was not attended by a lot of people but was a good start. 3 people expresses serious interest by attending or completing the survey.
We can’t run a training with 3 people but this gave us encouragement that the foundation was there to make it worth the investment of our energy.
Now we’re setting a schedule, early registration rate deadline. By early September we’ll know if we have enough people to start the training in October.
You Can Hold Your Own Info Session
If you’re not sure if you have enough people for a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training, then put it out there.
You can even hold your free info night before you join the Yoga Trainer Fast Track to gauge your interest.
Ideally, you pay for the Teacher Training start up with the registration you receive from students who enroll in your Training.
The Free Info Session will help you find out if it will be worth it without risking much. We have a Free Info Night Kit to guide you in holding your Free Info Session. Click the button below to register.