Learning new things – it’s how we grow! Thumbtack gets hundreds of thousands of requests each year from people looking to learn a new skill, a new language, or just something new. Nationwide, guitar, singing and piano lessons are some of the most popular Thumbtack lesson requests but plenty of people also want to learn CPR or first aid skills too. Here’s what you can expect to pay per session for some of the most popular lessons offered on Thumbtack.
You may need cardiopulmonary resuscitation training for work, a volunteer position, or due to a personal goal. From general training for the public to Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) for healthcare professionals, Thumbtack’s pros train students of all ages. Expect to pay $50 per person per session on average to learn these life saving skills.
First Aid Training
From bracing a broken arm to knowing how to treat a bad burn, first aid skills are always handy. Having basic first aid training is well worth the cost of dinner. Most courses have group options as well as one-on-one training.
No matter if you are a seasoned pro (some say the next Elton John) or have never read a note of music in your life, there’s the right teacher for you. Expect to pay $30 on average per session.
Can’t read music? Don’t matter. Never sang out loud before? No problem. Fine tuning your well-developed vocal pipes? Awesome. Singing lessons unlock creativity and build confidence. And they make you sound good, too. Expect to pay an average of $45 per one hour session of training – and have a great time while you are at it.
Even if you’ve never read a note of music in your life, or haven’t a clue what a guitar tab is, there’s totally still hope for that rockstar dream. Expect to pay $30 per hour in most areas, you bring the guitar.
If you’re ready to progress beyond el baño and una cerveza, you’re in the right place. From basic conversational skills to full fluency for professional or academic purposes, los profesores of Thumbtack will bring you up to speed. Expect to pay $45 on average for an hour of conversation and instruction.
Oui, there are fewer people who teach French than Spanish, which explains why it costs $5 more per hour on average (or $50 an hour) to learn le français. No matter, it’s worth it. With just a few lessons you can have a solid command of the fourth most popular language in the EU – or at least order well in restaurants.