In this our third post of the series about becoming a Singing Mamas choir leader, we get into the all important financial detail. Coming soon we talk about the different directions Singing Mamas can take you.

What Will I Earn?

For each Singing Mamas session you lead you can expect to earn between £55-£175 after costs, depending on class size and venue. During one week it is possible to have between 1 -6 choirs. Term Time only-Approx 39 weeks per year.

As well as regular classes, it is possible to offer specialist pop-up workshops in other areas that you hold interest. Inspiration on broadening and developing your own branch of choir community is covered in the retreat training.

What Are The Costs?

The cost of the retreat training is £475 which includes all meals and accommodation.
Early bird £425 until 1st May (More details on the retreat training here)

Following your training you’ll have the opportunity to sign up to a Singing Mamas License, to start your own Singing Mamas Choirs. There’s no upfront fee for the License. Instead you’ll pay a small fee of £30 per month per choir from the start of your license.

*pro-rata, based on 39 working weeks a year.

License Agreement

Our mission to grow the community of Women and Choir Leaders is not driven by financial ambition. Your license fee will contribute to the ongoing development of Singing Mamas Choir and the widening reach. Through working together we all grow, meaning even more women will discover the joys of community singing.

You’ll Get…

*Your own section of the Singing Mamas website, featuring your personal biography, details of your choirs and how to book.
*Use of all branding material including logo and promotional video.
*A full kit of marketing media including templates for your business card, flyers, and your training manual.
*A package of further support to get you started.
*Access to the on-line support group of other choir leaders to share tips.
*Inclusion in Singing Mamas events.
*Ongoing Central Marketing & Awareness Campaign.

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