In order to become a Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor, you must first complete the Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor Course through IDEA Course Plus. You will find the link to sign up on the Walk 15® Page. In the Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor Course you will receive the Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor Manual, the Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor Quiz, the Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor License Agreement, the Walk 15® Logo, Business Cards and Flyer, and a music playlist to teach your first 2 mile class! All you have to do is study the manual, pass the quiz, sign the license agreement and you are all set to teach Walk 15® classes.
No Movement Exam Required
Yes, we strongly suggest that every Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor purchase liability insurance. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request more information on this.
Yes, instructors are responsible for finding a location that is appropriate for their needs and for recruiting participants. This information will be provided in the Basic Level Course. Great places to start are Church halls, school cafeterias, work sites, corporations, community centers…and any place people gather.
A Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor must be 18 years of age.
Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor Manual
Walk 15® Basic Level Quiz
2 Mile Class Playlist (6 songs)
Support from Education and Certification Specialist Ruth Hughes (email@example.com)
The national average for class fees range between $7 for advanced payment and $10 for an individual class. Of course each one should research their own economic area and can adjust their rates accordingly. But we highly recommend no less than $5 per class.
Yes, we offer full refunds. Refunds take approximately 7-10 days to complete. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund.
Becoming a Walk 15® Basic Level Instructor can be your part-time business or full time business. It depends on how much time and effort you want to devote. We have instructors who have dedicated their time to make Walk 15® their full time career. We also have instructors who teach their classes once or twice a week simply to be engaged in the community, bring people together, share the good news of walking, and to make a little extra money.