Setting your tuition fees 2022
Do you struggle with knowing what to charge for your work in music education? In this webinar, we talk through the results of our latest survey of teachers', examiners' and accompanists' fees (which ran from September - December 2021).
The largest of its kind in the UK, the survey results act as a benchmarking tool, helping you to understand what others are charging for their work, and provide a resource for you to make informed decisions when setting your own fees.
Statistician Alix Naylor (who oversaw the survey and compiled the results) speaks about her findings and helps to empower your decision making when deciding on what to charge.
Jeremy Dunn from the ISM legal team also speaks about how to avoid unpaid fees and what to do when such a situation arises. He also touches on the importance of contracts and invoicing best practice.
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