I am a NSCA Certified instructor, State of Illinois certified, youth / woman instructor, and also a wing shooting instructor. I would help but a little to far for me.
Check with your state conservation,
Illinois offers youth and woman clinics. The norm for these clinics is one hour of classroom (safety mostly), lunch, then we break the groups into 4 students per one instructor. 4 hours of instruction (State & NSCA instructors) with 28ga shout guns and ammo. We work on stands, mounting, eye dominoes, and four different target presentations. Most of the clinics are free!
The state also offers a wingshooting clinic. This is more for people that have shot before, and also for beginners (mostly men) these clinics run about $30.00 per shooter. You bring your own gun and ammo. (No lunch) and a quick 30-minute safety talk. We break the groups into 4 shooters per instructor. We set up a sporting clays course (normally 12- 15 presentation) then each group will shoot the course for about 4 hours.
For the price you cannot beat this. 4 hours with an instructor on a sporting clays course, for less then a round of sporting clays.
This a great program, for a state that looks down at gun owners. So check with your state to see if they offer any thing like Illinois does