Do you want to offer workshops and lectures on Islamic geometric design in your own part of the world? Do you want to make money doing what you love?
In this course I will give you the skills you need to give workshops to adults and schoolchildren. No prior knowledge is required. Just take all the tutorials, do the quizzes and homework (yes, homework). You'll have a one-on-one Skype session with me, and, finally, you'll do a presentation to me on Skype so that I can see if you're ready to go out there and start your new career! You'll be listed on the School of Islamic Geometric Design website as a teacher, with your contact details.
You'll only pay for the course once, you'll have perpetual access to the course material and you can watch the tutorials as often as you want. You'll be listed as a Teacher as the School of Islamic Geometric Design on the SIGD website. You will also get one year's free subscription to the School teacher's community resources. I will keep creating new content for you to use in workshops: new patterns, new insights, new ready-made presentations. These will all be accessible to teachers. After that, you can subscribe for a small fee to receive new instructional materials and to stay listed on the School website.
You can set your own price and grow your workshop business as much and as fast as you want, suiting your schedule and commitments. You keep all the money that you earn.
For more information about all the features and benefits: www.sigd.org/training/teacher-sigd/
Eric Broug is an author/educator, specialised in Islamic geometric design. He has an MA degree in the History of Islamic art and architecture from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London. His first book Islamic Geometric Patterns has taught thousands of readers around the world how to draw patterns in the same way craftsmen have done for centuries. It has been published in several languages, including Farsi en Turkish and is one of the most popular Islamic art books on the market.
He has been active in Islamic geometric design for over 25 years and is passionate about the creative and educational opportunities this design tradition offers to a wide range of audiences.
Eric gives workshops and lectures around the world and is involved as a consultant in various educational projects in the Middle East and elsewhere.
He runs a design and education consultancy business in the UK and is the founder of the School of Islamic Geometric design (www.sigd.org), which offers online educational resources.
For more information: www.broug.com