Fortnightly lessons are the "norm" but some people want lessons weekly - if that's best for you it's fine by me.
The most favoured and "peak time" is between 4-7pm which proves very popular - If you're available during the weekday daytimes It's easier to fit you in.
I provide all the materials and subject matter for each session. Learning is structured by using particular pieces of music (both mine and some selected by the student) to provide a solid foundation for progression to all types of guitar music.
Each musical piece taught develops a particular playing technique/skill which expands the student's repertoire and develops/improves finger and hand dexterity.
My teaching methodology is not based on any exam syllabus but from my own experience of mastering the instrument. Hindsight in life is a wonderful thing and I share this journey, tricks learnt, what best to focus on (and not!) with my students to ensure they develop a full set of skills. I call this a "toolkit approach" in that students learn a versatile/powerful toolkit of skills - different ways to strum, to fingerpick...etc. They are then not only proficient guitarists but also become a musician.
"Homework" is set to ensure that practice is undertaken between lessons to reinforce learning and progress.
My approach is very much to fast-track students and I'm very flexible as to your commitment. You do not have to sign any form of learning agreement or pay in advance for a number of lessons. It's very much "pay as you go" and after every six lessons I have a review session for us both to see what we think.
You're free to terminate my services at any time and likewise for me if I don't think you're up for it or, for some reason, we just don't gel.
It's not my intention either to create a dependency on my teaching so that you have to have lessons for years. I foster an independence in players so that they can pursue their own musical journey. Things like downloading music off the internet - it's all free these days and also encouraging improvisation. Key factors in keeping this a cheap and rewarding pastime/hobby.
If you don't have a guitar yet I'm happy to discuss this with you and advise on instrument purchase.