Well that does not really cover very much of the entire pentesting and security field.
If you have enough people who are interested in, why not but it seems that it only scratches a little little bit on the surface.
Maybe you should go ahead and learn more about it before really teaching this stuff. Also you should know exactly how it is working and why. If you just teach people to use a tool without knowing what it does under the hood, it is not really any beneficial. If there is the slightest issue and if it is not working the way you have shown it, they will be totally lost.