My view is that if "I think if people who claim they are instructors can actually teach this way, I am of the opinion that what I impart will be more value for money" is what you think, i sure as heck wouldn't want to attend your course. I don't know your current skill level, and i do believe that its not necessarily years of experience that you need to be good (i have a friend who started macro in september last year, he's winning awards and doing professional macro shoots now), but if you're going to go in with the attitude that you're doing it cause you can impart more value for money then Besides, how would you go about teaching flash photography? i presume your instance of a course taught in program mode was meant for newer photographers? don't you think trying to teach most new photographers about flash AND using all the different variables in Manual mode is rather "high level" for beginners?
i do agree though, that some instructors are .
btw, what do you mean by "alternative views"?