Kirk Tatnall Guitar Instruction
Establishing clear guidelines on how the business end of lessons works will enable us to keep the focus where it should be, on having fun while sharing the joy of making music and learning the guitar! It’s good for the soul…
- Weekly Classes – Lessons are given on a weekly basis, providing necessary structure and achieving of goals. Consistent attendance is crucial for maintaining a steady learning flow and making progress.
- Monthly Tuition – A Lesson Schedule / Bill is sent in the third week showing all the available lessons in the upcoming month. Monthly tuition is paid on the last week of the month for the upcoming month’s scheduled lessons.
- Planned Absences – While weekly attendance is necessary for learning, situations arise where a lesson cannot be given (vacations, etc…) These are indicated on the bill and subtracted from the total of the monthly tuition.
- Cancellation Policy – Just like signing up for any course or class, you are reserving your specific lesson time and your teachers time for your guitar lesson. If a cancellation occurs after lessons are scheduled and tuition is paid, a make up lesson may be offered as a courtesy at the discretion of the teacher for a period up to two months, and will be scheduled in addition to your reserved weekly lesson time. No refunds or credits are given. The calendar is always up to date on the “up to the minute lesson calendar.” As in the past, I will continue to be flexible with scheduling. I want my students to get their money’s worth, just as I expect to my time to be accounted for. If for any reason I should miss a scheduled lesson (which is extremely rare) a credit will be given.