Other than the requirement of having your own piece of bisque ware to glaze, she should be able to come. She needs to be aware that the piece needs to mid-fire (Cone 5 to 6) stoneware – not low fire. Bisque that you can buy easily tends to be low-fire, and should say that it fires to Cone 04. That will melt in the kiln if you fire it to Cone 6. Or, the Cone 5/6 glazes will be matte and not develop their full color (if you only fire it to Cone 04).
We had one member that was told by the vendor that she could fire the bisque to Cone 6, and her really pretty pieces melted. They looked like a lot of work, too.