It’s the Holy Grail isn’t it? Part-time work that fits around the family, is fun, fulfilling and gives you an income? Well actually, we think we might have nailed it! We’re looking for the right people to start up local singing groups in their area and we’re running Retreat Training to teach you how.
Don’t be put off by the term ‘Leader’ – you don’t need experience of leading singing groups or indeed be a professional singer. Nor do you need to set up a massive choir in a private venue – a small group in your home is just perfect, after all that’s how Singing Mamas began!
For each Singing Mamas Choir you lead you can expect to earn between £55-£175 per single choir session. And it’s possible to have between one and six choirs running per week. Sessions only run during term time, which is around 39 weeks a year.
So, who are we looking for? Well, first and foremost we’re after good people, with a love of community and inclusiveness. We need women with compassion for others and a desire to connect and bring people together. And most importantly we’re after individuals who love to sing and who’ll help us realise our vision of bringing the joy of singing to women everywhere.
Does this sound like you? Perhaps you know someone who wants a part-time role or is keen to start their own business without the hefty costs or risks of going it alone? We’d love to hear from you!
Singing Mama’s founder, Kate Valentine started the first group without any formal training. Others have started up after years of leading choirs! Whatever your background, you can become a leader with the help of our Retreat Training, and guess what? We’ve got another one coming up in June!
Our Retreat Training will springboard your passion and enthusiasm to empower women, and equip you with the tools to begin your own Singing Mamas Group.
It’s more than just training – for three days you’ll be on retreat, immersed in the experience of women supporting and building confidence together. As well as enjoying a lot of singing (of course!), everyone will have a chance to teach a simple song, whether for the first time or to adapt your choir leading skills to a new audience.
You’ll discover all that is essential to Singing Mamas. And explore the many ways you can grow your own branch of the Singing Mamas community, whether it’s for young mothers, retired women, ante-natal groups, charity work, mental health or performance. You’ll leave inspired and with the basic business and organisational skills you need to start your rewarding and creative new career.
The Retreat Training weekend costs just £475 and includes accommodation, all meals, training sessions and training materials. Book early and take advantage of our Early Bird discount price of just £375*.
*For bookings made before 1 April 2018
The training starts at 2pm on Friday and finishes at 4pm on Sunday.
Spaces are filling fast – don’t miss out, enquire today!
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.
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 of our reach to bring the joy of community singing to more women’s lives.
*pro-rata, based on 39 working weeks a year.
● Your own section of the Singing Mamas website, featuring your photo, personal biography, full details of your choir(s) and details of how to book.
● Use of all promotional material, including the promotional video.
● A full kit of marketing literature, including templates for your business card and flyers.
● The Singing Mamas training manual.
● A package of further support to get you started. Support including monthly call with Kate, founder of Singing Mamas.
● Access to our online support network of Choir Leaders to share tips and best practice.
● Inclusion in public singing events, for yourself and your choir.