Diving - Dance

39.Diving 
Instructor
What will i be doing?
          Teaching people how to scuba dive

What will i need to start?
         You must have passed different level of diving and logged enough diving hours to become a certified instructor. You'll also need basic diving gear and access to a pool for your diving classes

Who will my customer be?
         People who want to learn how to scuba dive

How much should i charge?
         Willy Nubla of scuba rats charges P10,500 for a group of four and P17,000 for one on one lesson. Each session takes two whole day weekends.

How much will i make?
         Half of your fees will go to renting equipment(although students are required to bring heir own basic gear like masks, snorkels, fins, booties, and a wet suit). A part time instructor like Nubla make P2,500 to P4,000 every weekend and full time teacher much as P20,000 a day. just remember that diving is an expensive sport: equipment gets obsolete fast and you may have to buy new ones when necessary


40. Dance 
Instructor
What will i doing?
         Teaching people how to dance, doing the choreography for a dance performance and choosing and providing the music, and providing the dance venue unless your client has one.

What will i need to start?
         The ability to demonstrate the moves you want your students to learn and the creativity to detail the flow of the dance steps you want. Access to good practice venues is a plus, as well as a wide CD collection of all types of music

Who will my customer be?
         Most of the clients of Rowell Gomez Panlilio, a dance instructor for almost nine years, are groups of people celebrating special occasions with production numbers. These include companies, schools, and families celebrating anniversaries, pageants, homecoming, debuts, and other events

How much should i charge?
         Per hour, per person, or per package. Panlilio charges P25,000 for a debut package consisting of one cotillion dance, two discotillion dances, one modern jazz dance, and one contemporary dance; and he would have to meet the dancers every other day for one month for practice. (he recently created P10,000 package for a company presentation and had only one week to prepare, which was everyday from 6pm to 10pm) you'll have to charge separately for food, transportation, props and costumes, and production assistants in charge of props, confetti, fireworks and makeup. if the client gives you a budget, you must work on the budget for the props and costumers

How much will i make?
         From the packages you create, deduct the applicable taxes and your assistants salaries. Panlilio's peak season is December, when he gets 12 to 15 clients.

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