Why send simple repair work to someone else when you could handle it for your students?
Repairing flutes is a proven way to earn significant extra income in just a few hours a week.We will show you how.
Build closer ties to your flute students and maybe even attract some new ones.Simply add repair services to your teaching.
Quick and complete.
In just a few Saturdays, you’ll learn all you need to know to repair flutes for your students.Our teachers are repair pros.
Better than other repair classes.
We’re not a fast, high-pressure workshop or impersonal online video. We connect you online with master repair teachers in a low pressure environment. You learn at your own pace with experts who care.
Everything you need to handle the repairs is included in the course package.
Dates: Saturdays, Online
Time: 1-2:30pm Mountain Time
Earn continuing education credits.
We will award two continuing education units to music educators who successfully complete the course.
Are you ready to take your life and career to the next level?
Are you interested in earning $10,000 per year or more and serving your students better in just a few hours a week?
Simply provide your email address so we can send you more information and answer any questions you may have.
What are you waiting for? Get started today!
Meet our instructors.
For the past 14 years Bruce has worked at Buffet-Crampon servicing Buffet clarinets, Keilwerth saxophones, and Powell flutes. He has spent more than 25 years working for full-service music stores in Florida as a repair technician. Overall, Bruce has almost 40 years experience repairing professional clarinets, saxophones, flutes, oboes, bassoons, trombones, trumpets, french horns and tubas.
When you learn flute repair from Bruce, you learn from the best.
Christina is a flutist, repair technician, and teacher who has a BA in music education from Southwest Oklahoma State University. she also has six certifications to repair woodwind and brass instruments from the Colorado Institute of Musical Instrument Technologies (CIOMIT). She has been repairing woodwind instruments for nine years and teaching repair for four years.
Christina’s students always give her top ratings and reviews.