I've been teaching piano lessons on Sunday after church. I know enough I can take them through the first book that is provided by the church. It's a very nice, easy to learn program. The keyboards are a generous donated by J.R. and Wauna O. Harman from Washington who saw a need and wanted to help individuals learn to play. Many units in South Africa have no piano players and the congregations sing acappella. Having the keyboards makes a huge difference on how quickly they progress. The keyboards are loaned to students during the course learning, but at the completion of the course, if they don't have the resources to purchase their own keyboards they can apply for a scholarship to own the keyboard. I have really enjoyed watching their progress.