If you signed up for Teachworks after July 17, 2017 (or you've requested to be switched to our new pricing) then you’re on our new, simplified pricing. With this pricing, you subscribe to one of 3 plans - Starter, Growth or Premium. Each plan has a fixed monthly fee and you also pay an additional fee based on the number of student lessons that you’ve scheduled for the month (cancelled lessons are excluded from this calculation).
Lessons are counted based on the number of students, so a lesson with 1 student is 1 student lesson, a lesson with 2 students is two student lessons, etc.
Lessons with no students are not counted.
For more information and examples about our new pricing, visit our pricing page: https://teachworks.com/pricing.
If you signed up for Teachworks before July 17, 2017 you’ll be on our old pricing. With this pricing, you subscribe to a plan based on your anticipated usage for the month. You’re billed at the beginning of the month for the month ahead and you have to manually adjust your plan as needed.
You can upgrade or downgrade at any time by following the steps in this article: Upgrading & Downgrading
The various plans are based on the number of student lessons that you require each month. Your student lessons are counted using the following two rules:
Each lesson that you schedule on the calendar is counted as one lesson
If there is more than one student in a lesson, each additional student in the lesson counts as one student as well.
Lesson with No Students: If you schedule a lesson with no students, your lesson count will be 1.
Lesson with One Student: If you schedule a lesson with one student, your lesson count will be 1.
Lesson with Multiple Students: If you schedule a lesson with five students, your lesson count will be 5.
A note about downgrading:
It isn't possible to downgrade to a plan with fewer lessons than you've scheduled for the month, but during the last 2 days of the month, we remove this limitation to allow you to downgrade in preparation for the next month.
NOTE: If you’re on our old pricing and you’d like to switch to the new pricing instead, please email us at email@example.com. Once you’ve upgraded to the new pricing, you won’t be able to switch back, so you may want to review our pricing page carefully. Use the plan calculator on the page to see if the new pricing would be more cost effective for your business needs.