Teaching Cake Decorating And Sugar Craft

Business By neda_la Updated 3 May 2021 , 9:32pm by Kimbadawhitelyon

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neda_la Posted 28 Apr 2021 , 12:32pm
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Good afternoon everyone,

This past year has been a very difficult one for us, and our family has had no income since June, other than the cakes I make at home. I was thinking that the pressure and work load that is on me everyday, is not worth it that much.

I was thinking of doing something on the side such as teaching. Now I don't know whether I should do this online or in person, to teach to adult to kids or to teens. Any tips would be very helpful.

Thank you 

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Kimbadawhitelyon Posted 3 May 2021 , 9:32pm
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I've been teaching beginner classes over Zoom to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis Queensland and doing OK. (I'm not making huge money as I've set the class at $20 a student, but people around my area are cheap and try to haggle - seriously, who tries to haggle with Charity??) 

I had to get the premium version of zoom so I can have more than 1 student in a class, and I've found that 3 cameras are needed for the students to really see everything properly. So initially, set up will cost a bit, but if you are in an area with lockdown or general population wanting to stay away from group situations, a zoom class is excellent as you won't need to cancel. 

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