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Re: Pros and Cons of teaching for a chain VS. a indy s
Posted by emilyn96 niccols
6/5/2021  3:54:00 AM
Working for a franchise can be a phenomenal experience or an awful one depending on the individual studio, just like independent studios. The best sign it's a good franchise studio is that there instructors stick around, the worst sign is that they constantly cycle in new instructors (are they always advertising for new teachers?). The franchise-specific benefits are that franchises tend to be much more consistent with their teaching and have excellent support structures. The franchise-specific downsides are thta they tend to be very isolationist, often not permitting their instructors to take outside coaching or attend outside events.

Emilyn | epoxytroisrivieres.ca
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