Private lessons, or 'one on one' teaching as it is often called, is a type of course that caters to your specific needs and challenges, and it doesn’t follow a pre-defined curriculum.
Your teacher will create a tailor-made course for you, thus enabling you to reach your goal more easily than when taking part in group courses or studying on your own.
You will create your own schedule together with your teacher and depending on your course package the lessons may take place either during the day or varying between morning and evening.
Start taking private lessons and you will:
Tip! If you sign up with a friend who has the same goal and level as yourself, you can share the classes and split the cost!
New to private lessons?
If you are new to private lessons, you should register for an assessment lesson first.
That is a short ‘meet up’ with your assigned teacher, so that you two can get together and create the tailored plan for your course. Your teacher will use some of the time to assess you, your background and areas of interest to you, and you will talk about your goal for the coming course. Thereafter you’ll be recommended a how to best achieve your goal and you’ll register for the course package best suited to your needs.
Select an Assessment lesson first. During this class you will learn more about your own objectives and needs, and the teacher will suggest a path forward to reach these goals, and which package to choose.
For new students, please select "Any instructor in ..." and the appropriate location.
Fill in your details on the next page and we will contact you to know more about your thoughts for the coming course before we assign you a teacher. The teacher will then be notified and will contact you to schedule assessment lesson.
If you are an existing student just wanting to add more hours to your course, please select your preferred package and select your instructor from the list. The instructor will then be notified about the new course booking.
Please note that all references to an 'hour' is an academic hour of 45 minutes. A class session consists of 2 academic hours, ie. 90 minutes. The assessment lesson is 45 minutes.