Host a Class Guidelines
I am very grateful for those who host a thermal cooking class. Along with helping share the benefits of thermal cooking, you will be receiving a Let's Make Sense of Thermal Cooking Cookbook. Thank You!
Choosing a date
My schedule is getting busier all the time, but don't let that stop you from holding a class, this is what I do. Sharing this information is important to me and I am looking forward joining you and your friends and family at the class.
Please pick 3 days that work for your schedule to have a class. It might be helpful to check my upcoming schedule HERE. Email the dates firstname.lastname@example.org. I will get back with you regarding the best date.
Most classes start at 7:00 pm, earlier classes are also available including daytime classes.
I will arrive 30 minutes before the class starts.
I will travel within 3-4 hours of my home in the Salt Lake Valley. Locations further will be considered.
Home or other facility is fine. Many times class attendees would like to purchase products, for this reason holding the class in a Lds church building is discouraged.
I am happy to speak to church groups! I am very careful not to promote products on church property.
What to have ready
A table for my display, a TV or wall area that can be used as a screen, ice water, paper-goods - napkins, small plates, forks, cups.
What I bring
Display items to help teach the principles of thermal cooking, a projector (when needed), Powerpoint, items for sale, handouts are digital.
Items I have for sale
The Let's Make Sense of Thermal Cooking Cookbook, thermal cookers, thermal cooking accessories, HopeSac patterns, HopeSaC's, CampMaid dutch-oven products.
All class members receive special group-buy pricing for attending the class.