We’re back with the second part of this article, because, as we all know, being a trainer is not an easy job. We all want an optimal training for our newcomers, so let’s get right back at it.

4.Teach the model about different sides of the job to help them find their best fit

This job allows most of us involved to become very creative. From picking out outfits and creating meaningful content that will support and enhance one model’s income, to becoming interested and exploring different fetishes, every day can be a learning experience.
For example, suggest different styling approaches and see what sparks their curiosity. Not having previously been exposed to certain information doesn’t mean lack of interest, just lack of easy access.

Make information accessible to them.

Work as a team when they need help in private with a less known fetish theme and they will become interested. Explore different facets when taking photos or creating daily content because routine doesn’t need to become boring when you have so much inspiration to draw from.
Show them tips and tricks for what is widely considered sexy, attractive or sensual from movement to voice modulation and tone.
Help them out with catchy lines that will make them approachable and flirty.


5. Always have an answer – because there’ll be LOTS of questions

What do you think is the MOST common question a recruiter and trainer gets in their first interaction with a potential model. I will give you a hint… it’s NOT about MONEY.

It’s pretty simple actually: What do I do when I get my period?
And it’s always asked with a sort of embarrassment, because even though women are roughly half of the world’s population today – so well over 3.5 BILLION – we are not encouraged to have conversations about our bodies.
Well, I believe we must encourage them. We welcome them. We do our best to normalize them. And the main reason we do so is because… well, it’s really rather common sense in fact. Once you answer this small question, the model usually gets relaxed and understands she is supported.

Feeling like someone else has got your back in a situation where you might feel exposed makes things easier.

We have to be all about that “team effort” because none of us could be our best selves without a great support system.

6. Be prepared to repeat the important information

Remember this is a new environment for them whether they have previous experience or they have none, things change constantly so the information changes constantly.
On an average, a new model tends to retain 10-20% of the new information she is given from the moment of their interview until they get online for the first time. And there is a good reason for it. They are overwhelmed with all the rules, procedures, tasks, tests and exercises they are subjected to. They are overwhelmed by the field.

They struggle with their own fears and worries and mostly they tend to focus on those.

It is important to break down the process into fractions and focus on the essentials.
I like to start with the theoretical side of the training because that is mainly information we would revisit later on during the practical side. Practice is the best tutor so our professional trainer suggests exercising it from creating scenarios where the models need to understand how they should be observing the rules and apply them to showing them how to react in private and suggesting answers when conversation is dragging.
They say you cannot really teach “human interaction”, but we do have some tricks up our sleeves to make it flow naturally and pleasantly.

I believe the second part of this article won’t be the last. Our methods and procedures must always evolve and adapt. We hope this info will help you, and don’t hesitate to ask questions if you want to know more, we will be waiting for your comments 🙂