what is chalkle?
Chalkle is where we can all learn some useful skills from each other face-to-face to help understand something better!
We already have over 300 affordable classes in the pipeline or already up for grabs (from intros to master classes) in agriculture, art and craft, business, construction, digital media, food, languages, music and performance, science, technology and zombie survival... and many of the lessons are free!
To help us focus and prioritise on the things that you want to learn, fill in this survey to let us know your interests: http://classes.chalkl...
To find out more about chalkle, check out what the Capital Times had to say about us.
how do I use chalkle?
Upcoming classes: Check out the list of upcoming chalkle class on meetup. You can also view them by clicking the calendar. Click on RSVP, check out the details (including payment information) and if the time and place suits, RSVP and pay using paypal!
Guidelines: One final note is to check out the guidelines we have around all our chalkle classes - these are found at the bottom of every class.
where do the classes take place?
Our classes take place all across Wellington. When a class has been confirmed, the time and place will be announced on our events page - and you will get an email.
when will a class happen?
As soon as we have a minimum number of people interested in a class, we get in touch with the teacher and arrange when they can next teach. So make sure you let us know which classes you would like to see happen (by filling in the survey mentioned above), so we can get busy organising a time and a place for them.
what if I can’t come to a class that I have RSVP'd to?
We take ‘no-shows’ quite seriously, as we value the time and commitment of the teacher and your fellow students. Please check our guidelines for our ‘no-show’ rules at the bottom of every class.
how much do classes cost?
Chalkle leaves it up to the teacher to set the cost of the class.
why do I need a profile picture?
We ask for people to post a photo of themselves, as it helps to create community online. It builds a sense of trust. When you then meet face to face in a class, there is context and connection. If you join an online group and all the images are just cartoons and not 'real' people, there is a feeling created of no trust and something to hide. Let us know if you have more questions about this.
how do I offer a class?
Send us an email explaining your class and interest, and fill in the form at my.chalkle.com
how do I reduce all these meet up emails?
Avoid getting a very full inbox by going to http://www.meetup.com...
Or click ‘account’ (top right) and then ‘email settings’.
who is behind chalkle?
Silvia Zuur from Enspiral and Linc Gasking from Adventure Wellington have teamed up to create chalkle.
Feel free to get in touch with us: silvia[at]chalkle.com and linc[at]chalkle.com
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