Your Higher Salary Starts Here

You know you need to ask for a raise, but where should you start? Take the Pay Raise Strategy Starter Course to find out. It's FREE.
(It's fast, too.)

Start the Pay Raise Process in 3 Simple Steps

You'll use the following three worksheets to set the foundation of your pay raise strategy.


Determine the Market Value of Your Job

You get five ways to determine how much you're underpaid so you can start to make an objective case for more.


How to Measure Your Pay Gap

Don't guess how much to ask for. Use this fast and simple guide to get the range of the raise you should request.


​Choose​ the Right Type of Raise

The answer you get from this worksheet forms the foundation of your pay raise strategy. It's eye-opening!

That's the FREE Starter Course, That Fast

How fast? Step 1 takes about an hour. Steps 2 and 3, only two minutes. Add one ​5-minute video at the beginning ​and you'll have your pay raise strategy in under ​75 minutes.

Here's How It Looks on the Inside

Once you click the big pink Enroll button at the bottom of this page, you'll create a free Prep School student account on the Teachable platform and then have instant access to the Pay Raise Strategy Starter Course.

Plus You Get This Bonus Resource

Preview the Pay Raise Meeting Planner

This meeting road map is a tool used in the Salary Accelerator Course, but you get to grab it inside the free Starter Course.

Pay Raise Meeting Planner

About Your Instructor, Pat Katepoo

Pat Katepoo

Hi, I'm Pat. I started Pay Raise Prep School for Women as a spin-off of my services at, online since 1997. (Yes, really. 1997!) There, thousands of women have discovered how to get approval of flexible work, longer maternity leave, and higher pay.

My Pay Raise Strategy Starter Course has the foundation steps that ALL my clients and students must complete to get their best raise ever. Whatever else you do here at Pay Raise Prep School, these three steps are essential to your pay raise success. Enroll in the Starter Course today.

“I followed your instructions to the letter. I asked for a 10% raise—and just received it. Your information is current and valid...very good. Thanks.” Carmen A., Virginia