A Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise offers both full-time and part-time Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise opportunities offering you the opportunity to have a low-cost, flexible and in-demand business.
The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise offers an opportunity for energetic and enthusiastic teachers to run a Drama and Dance Franchise which allows you to work with entusiastic children, keep school holidays free and earn an attractive income.
Each Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise owner is self-employed in an exclusive territory and can work from an office at home. Classes operate in school term time only, allowing more time for family.
A Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise owner is part of an international Drama and Dance Franchise network with a wealth of communication and support. All are provided with a structured drama curriculum which is constantly revised and updated.
Training is thorough and ongoing with Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise owners attending a termly Seminar to workshop future curriculum and to receive excellent business and marketing advice. Contact with, and support from, senior Head Office staff at the Drama and Dance Franchise continues regularly.
A great amount of time has been spent in the Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise developing a curriculum encompassing an extensive range of drama activities designed to capture the imagination of children of all ages.
The Bercow Review in August 2008 highlighted the requirement of the education system to focus on improving the language and communication skills of young students.
John Bercow MP said: “The ability to communicate is an essential life skill for all children and young people in the 21st century. It is at the core of all social interaction. With strong communication skills, children can engage and thrive. Without them children will struggle to learn, achieve, make friends and interact with the world around them.”
The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise system is totally focused on addressing these social and educational concerns. The curriculum taps into the natural interest children have in drama and helps them develop into confident, articulate young people, more able to succeed in later life.
In our modern world, when young people rely so much on technology to communicate using texts, emails and social networking sites, it is crucial we nurture our children’s confidence to allow them to hold their heads up, speak clearly and present themselves well in all situations. Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise owners worldwide have the support of schools and parents and demand for classes is growing.
An interest in and an enthusiasm for drama is far more important than formal drama training. Prospective Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise owners need to have experience and a love of working with children. All territories are exclusive. With good teaching, smart administration and excellent marketing and promotion the possibilities are endless.
To become part of the world’s largest community based Drama and Dance Franchise school you will be required to invest a minimum of £3,000. A branch costs between £10,000 and £15,000 and an interest free payment plan is available.
The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise are also interested to hear from people who would like to run a part-time business, maybe alongside another job. This would involve the purchase of a Drama and Dance Franchise territory with a smaller population. Size and cost on application.
The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise is an excellent cash flow business, with the bulk of the fees being collected at the commencement of each term. A full time Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise owner can earn in excess of £30,000 per annum. The growth of a branch is limited only by a Helen O'Grady Drama Academy Franchise owners creativity and imagination.
Just to watch a five year old express themselves, on stage, for the very first time is so satisfying. I love this business!
25th January 2013
Introducing Sarah Ibbotson the Principal of Helen O'Grady Preston
1st February 2013
Helen O'Grady Welcomes New Franchisees in the UK and Japan