Teaching adds strings to your bow and services in your salon...
These are great upsells and can add ££s to your business. But if you are looking to add a new arm entirely, maybe now is the time to consider teaching others your valuable skills!
At iPET Network, we work with experienced groomers who want to do just that, giving them the support to train and teach in their own salons, delivering nationally recognised qualifications. A typical grooming course now costs around £4000, giving big cash injections to your business but also a new level of job satisfaction as your fledgling groomers their wings (or find their paws!) and head out into the industry on their own.
We are looking for special businesses and people to join our growing group of coaches, mentors, schools and trainers. We need friendly, approachable, knowledgeable and experienced groomers to deliver training to those starting their learning journey from all over the UK and Ireland. We have students waiting for us to find the perfect centres and give them the quality stamp that comes with all iPET awarding centres.
With legislation looking inevitable in the future, iPET is working to future proof our industry and you can be part of this, offering training and education courses from the Level 3 Diploma in Dog Grooming to Pet Sitting, Canine First Aid and Dog Waking qualifications and accreditations.
We take the headache out of any admin that comes with delivering qualifications meaning you can focus on the students and animals in your salon. Using awesome E-Portfolio software, we can ensure learners are on track from start to finish. However, we give you the freedom and confidence to go above and beyond the bog standard and to be outstanding in your field with new ideas, products, courses and technology. We offer a full support service with a simple pricing structure that is open and transparent. No hidden costs means you can budget and plan for your business best. Which in turn, keeps us the best.
Want to find out more? Look for iPET Network on social media or visit www.ipetnetwork.co.uk