Rob Hylton, owner of TeachWombat, let me know about some of his teaching tools for guitarists. His Guitar Teacher’s Toolkit contains many useful items for guitar teachers.
Included in the package are a number of tools for simplifying the entire process of teaching guitar, including administering lessons as well as managing and promoting your lessons. For example, the package includes five main sets of information.
The “lessons” set provides some sample lesson plans to help provide an outline for a lesson. Also included are a couple of backing tracks to help the student get a feel for playing in a band setting.
The “guitar” set provides a number of PDFs designed to be used in a lesson. There’s a selection of blank sheet music pages as well as blank guitar neck pages. The set also includes scale and mode worksheets that can be handed out to students.
The “managing” set provides several PDFs designed to aid in the running of a lesson shop. For example, there are sheets for tracking expenses and student payments.
The “promoting” set provides several PDFs designed to help promote your lessons business. These PDFs can be used in the creation of advertisements or business cards.
The “big grids” set provides PDFs of guitar chords. These PDFs can be used to help students learn chords.
You can get the Guitar Teacher’s Toolkit for $12 at the TeachWombat website. In addition to the Guitar Teacher’s Toolkit, TeachWombat offers backing tracks and additional handouts you can purchase, as well as a Bass Teacher’s Toolkit if bass is more your speed. I’m not a guitar teacher so I can’t speak to how well these products actually work in practice, but for $12 it looks like you get quite a bit of materials to aid you in your teaching.