The Instructor Performance Report's Profitability Section contains 6 elements:

1. Revenue Per Month

2. Pay Per Month

3. Profit Per Month

4. Revenue Per Class

5. Pay Per Class

6. Profit Per Class

## 1. Revenue Per Month

Revenue per month is calculated by multiplying the number of classes an instructor teaches in a month by the total average revenue they are generating per class. For example:

• 40 classes/month X \$200 revenue per class = \$8,000 Revenue Per Month

## 2. Pay Per Month

Pay per month is calculated by multiplying the average pay per class by the number of classes the instructor teaches in a month. For example:

• \$50 pay per class X 40 classes/month = \$2,000 Pay Per Month

## 3. Profit Per Month

Profit per month is calculated by subtracting the pay per month from the revenue per month. For example:

• \$8,000 profit per month - \$2,000 pay per months = \$6,000 Profit Per Month

## 4. Revenue Per Class

Revenue per class is calculated by multiplying the average number of clients per class by the ARPV for the business. For example:

• 20 clients per class average X \$10 ARPV value = \$200 Revenue Per Class

## 5. Pay Per Class

Pay per class is an is calculated by multiplying the total compensation for the period by the number of classes taught. For example:

• \$2,000 total compensation / 40 classes = \$50 Pay Per Class

Notably, FitGrid accounts for variable compensation structures such as:

• Flat rate

• Base rate + bonus per head

• Salary

## 6. Profit Per Class

Profit per class is calculated by subtracting the pay per class by the revenue per class. For example:

• \$200 revenue per class - \$50 pay per class = \$150 Profit Per Class