All graduates of the Staging Diva Training Program are asked to complete a survey about their training and I am especially proud of the results I’ve been seeing of late. There’s one statistic in particular I feel is important to share:
20% of those who enroll in the Staging Diva program have already completed a training program that did not meet their needs.
If you’re planning to invest in home staging courses, you must know whether or not the training program you’ll take will give you the skills you need to actually operate a successful home staging business, in other words, find out if the program you choose will teach you how to make money.
I receive so many emails and phone calls from stagers who have come from other programs that this number doesn’t surprise me. The people I hear from have no idea how to get clients or how to properly charge for their services. This is because other home staging training programs focus on the design aspect of becoming a stager rather than the business side.
Staging Diva Graduates learn how to run a successful staging business so instead of having a hobby, they end up learning how to actually get clients and make money from their decorating talents.
Nobody wants to waste money, especially in this economy, so it’s important to do lots of research when choosing a training program. You don’t want to be faced with disappointment in the end when you realize you don’t have the skills you need to make a living doing what you’d dreamed of.
Debra Gould, The Staging Diva®
President, Six Elements Inc. Home Staging
Debra Gould knows how to make money as a home stager and she developed the Staging Diva Training Program to teach others how to earn a living doing something they love.