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Old January 4, 2012, 03:32 PM   #2
Buzzcook
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When working with a group, a flat fee is easier to deal with than hourly.

Since you're working for, or in partnership, with the range you should discuss how much to charge with them.
Do a survey of similar courses to get an idea of market rates and go from there.
At the very least though charge enough so that you and the range don't lose money if only one student shows up.
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