Hi Raelene. I agree with the comments above. Also, there is a huge difference between offering an ‘In-Service’ training or class for employees at your facility, as an EMPLOYEE, versus being asked to offer a Continuing Education course or work (towards continuing education credits) as an INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. Which are you being asked to do here? I think that once you clarify exactly what you’re being asked to provide, AND in what capacity, then you can begin to negotiate a pricing for the course.
Pricing for anything depends on a lot of factors. One very important factor is the ‘utility of what’s being paid for.’ In this instance someone would pay more for a class that can be used to satisfy some of their continuing education requirements versus a class that simply offers professional development/information.
I hope that this helps.