We prefer our franchisees and teachers to have some kind of qualification in early childhood studies and/or a music degree. However, we are happy to consider all applications as we recognise that formal qualifications are not necessarily a precursor to the required skill set for a Mini Maestros teacher. We are looking for people who:
Some are individuals who both teach classes and deal with the business. As their business grows they may employ additional teachers to assist them. Some comprise 2 business partners who together operate the franchise, dividing up business administration and teaching duties between them according to skills and time availability. Some of these are members of
Intensive business training and support program on all aspects of running a Mini Maestros franchise. Subsequent personalised mentoring, buddy training, online and telephone meetings. Day-to-day support from our Head Office Team online or face-to-face with tailored support from our Chief Marketing Officer, Accounts Manager, Enrolments Registrar, Head of Teaching, and Music Director. Ongoing training to
Do you only have new franchise territories available or are there any existing franchisees looking to sell their franchise businesses?
From time to time existing businesses come up for sale – please contact us if this is of interest to you and we will let you know if there are any current franchisees with plans to sell.
Yes of course. We have an open-door policy. Please get in touch with us first, so we can make the introduction and you are expected, as we do not allow strangers into our classrooms. As part of your training, you will buddy train with various teachers, which will help you build your teaching confidence. You
Successful candidates will have a marketing training session with the Mini Maestros Marketing Manager who will explain what advertising and marketing resources are available and discuss and demonstrate our national marketing plans and methodologies. All franchisees have their own dedicated Facebook location page for each venue, and we have various step-by-step guides to help you
We provide full guidance on this, and you will receive training on the subject at the appropriate time. A franchisee is responsible for advertising for, and the first interview of, potential teachers using our templates and interview guides. Once you have found someone you like, you then send him or her to us for further
Mini Maestros franchisees come from all walks of life and with a variety of prior experience, and just as a formal musical education is not necessary, neither is a track record in business. When assessing candidates, we look for a good cross-section of skills. Prior experience in teaching, early childhood care, business, administration or customer
As well as the regular weekly classes are there other ways to generate income within the business model?
Yes – ELC sessions, student equipment sales, parties, end of year concerts and other one-off events all generate additional revenue and franchisees have the right to engage in all of these opportunities once training is completed.
The territory is a defined geographical area in which one franchisee exclusively runs classes, conducts ELC sessions and undertakes marketing. No other franchisee is allowed to do these things in your territory. You can set up as many venues and teach at as many ELC’s in your territory as you like. Our franchise territories are