Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Take Lessons Campaign Sponsored Post Sverve

TakeLessons LogoThis post is a sponsored post from Take Lessons (Sverve Campaign). I am being compensated for this post. The post also contains referral links. I liked the company because my child is currently enrolled in home school. His live classes are in virtual conference rooms or over Skype. He also received in-home speech therapy around April, 2013.

About Take Lessons:

Take Lessons connects students and families with private music, art, and academic tutors and instructors. The company was founded in 2006 and has worked with over 30,000 students. The school's top priorities include safety and quality. Each instructor goes through an extensive interview, training, and annual criminal background check. The website helps with scheduling, initial coordination with instructors, and billings. The online account also has scheduling and billing tools.

TakeLessons provides in-home, studio, and online lessons. Parents (and students) will need a computer, webcam, Skype, and a good internet connection 

The website also offers gift certificates. 

About course offerings
  • Over 30 available lessons, such as guitar, singing, piano, drums, violin, dance, acting, and academics.
  • Lessons are home, online (Skype) or studio. Prices vary on location and length of class.
  • The most popular lesson package is quarterly (book 12 lessons, get one 1). Other options include month-to-month and Flex (schedule lesson times with instructor).
  • 100% money back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the first lesson, the website will find you another teacher or refund your original purchase price, including the first lesson.
  • No long-term commitments. Switch schedule, teacher, or instrument type at any time.
  • Teachers are available to teach all types and experience levels
  • To learn more and begin searching for an instructor go to Take Lessons
  • Lessons are paid in advance, which guarantees your space and teacher. Billing date depends on program selected. Payment is usually requested 7 days before the first class starts
  • You can search for a teacher by location and by class. For example, I searched for songwriting in the 77014 zip code. 8 instructors was available. The teachers have a brief info below their names which includes levels taught, ages, willingness to travel, has a teaching location, and verified background check. Not to mention, each teacher has a picture, so you can see what they look like. Next, each teacher has a profile with reviews, photos, videos, availability, subjects taught, educational background, a bio, specialities, and equipment. 
  • Once you see a class you like, you can book the class online or call in person. The process was easy. You enter your name and address; the location of where you want to take the lessons (online, home, studio), length of lesson, day, time, start date, and you will see pricing as well. On the right side of the screen, you will see the teacher availability schedule so you can choose wisely. 
  • The school does not provide instruments. 

The website is offering 20% off all lessons packages with promo code "SUMMERMUSIC21). You can book online or call 619-618-7943 to discuss options and pricings. Use promo code when online or over the phone. 

TakeLessons Tutorials:

How to buy your first Guitar – Guitar Instructor Nick F. leads you through the

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