We know you’ll have lots of questions about what’s involved in becoming a DramEd licensee, so we’ve prepared a list of our most frequently asked questions and their answers to help you.
It’s a partnership. As a DramEd licensee, you represent DramEd as a brand well, and we support you in growing profitable classes. We provide you with everything you need to know to successfully run your own business, and in return, you uphold DramEd as a company of talented performers who teach well. You pay for your training and a monthly license fee, but you keep ALL of your profits.
Your turnover depends on your level of commitment to growing your classes. To see an illustration of potential earnings, download our licensing prospectus.
We have a dedicated Facebook group, where we’ll be on hand to answer any questions about the growth of your DramEd classes. There’ll also be monthly training videos and units to complete, as well as live Q & A sessions. We’re committed to helping you succeed!
Because we understand that not every performer can afford the costs involved in buying a typical children’s activity franchise, we’ve deliberately set our pricing structure at a level that’s more affordable.
The cost of buying the license for any 1 of our programmes is broken down as follows:
Training fee = £1,249 | Monthly license fee = £85 per month
The cost of buying licenses for any 2 of our programmes is as follows:
Training fee = £1,349 | Monthly license fee = £90 per month
The cost of buying licenses for all 3 of our programmes is as follows:
Training fee = £1,449 | Monthly license fee = £95 per month
The training fee covers the intellectual property, trade secrets, and strategies for success that have taken us a number of years, and tens of thousands of pounds, to formulate, trial, and accumulate. Saving you a number of years and tens of thousands of pounds!
The monthly license fee pays for all the materials, support, and education you need to run successful classes and operate under the DramEd brand. It also gives you access to all the support videos and training units in our Facebook group.