I am SUPER EXCITED to be part of the Review, Refocus, Reset: Ready to Boss Up Conference on January 19th and 20th. Attending conferences is not something I get to do that often as they usually involve plane tickets or hotel rooms, neither of which is really in my budget. Pretty much if I can drive in my van I’ll go, but otherwise I don’t.
But over the past few years there has been an increase in virtual events. This has allowed me to attending workshops, webinars, and even conferences. I’ve been able to network with other instructors and I’ve really learned a lot.
For the Review, Refocus, Reset: Ready to Boss Up Conference I’m actually presenting at one of the sessions! My topic – Perfecting your Pricing, aka … what to charge for your classes. Class pricing is a topic that comes up A LOT in online instructor forums, and there is no one set price that everyone should charge. I have a formula that I use that I’ll be sharing as well as discussing other methods to figure out how to price a class.
I have 2 handouts for this workshop I’m posting here for anyone who needs them.
I’m curious, if you’re an instructor – do you use a formula to calculate course charges? What method do you use?
If you’re a potential course participant – what does the cost of a course mean to you? Does the price present the value or worth of the course, the material/subject covered, or the instructor?
Feel free to post a comment or email me.