Plan your first online course


What worries you about getting your teaching online?

  • Maybe your experience of online learning in the past is that it was dry and boring?


    There is software out there that helps bring your online teaching to life – and it is so easy to use.

  • Maybe with all the material you use in your face-to-face teaching, you simply don’t know where to start.


This is a 5-part course which gives an overview of what goes into planning an online course.


It will give you the confidence to start your new online training business.


You will work through the lessons, carrying out each step as you go along, gradually building up to you having a plan of what you are going to teach, in what order and in what way.


The lesson titles are:

  • Choosing what to teach

  • Research to do before you start

  • Drafting your Course Outline

  • Sorting out your subject matter

  • The lesson plan for your first course


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The lessons will be delivered to your inbox every three days. The final one is an introduction to the next course which covers:

  • tips for preparing resources for your courses

  • recording videos and screencasts

  • ways to assess learning

  • ways to get feedback from your students.


The resources are yours to keep and use over and over again.


We have a Facebook Group that you are welcome to join to share your problems and your successes, to ask questions, and to be in a community of other online course trainers.


By the end of the course you will:

  • Have your Course Outline for your first course

  • Have carried out some online research to make sure it is a course that is needed and wanted

  • Have a full draft of a Lesson Plan showing what you’re going to teach, in what order and in what way

  • Feel super-confident that you are teaching the right content to the right people in the right way 


All this for £47                   Just click here to enrol and get started


Who is this course for?

  • This course is for you if you have skill, experience or knowledge in a subject that you can share with others – you don’t need a PhD in it – you just need to know more than your learners.

  • You need to be passionate about your subject.

  • You need to be passionate about sharing what you know and what you can do.

  • Maybe you have been doing classroom training and now want to move your training online.


Who is it NOT for?

  • Absolute beginners in a subject.

  • Those who are terrified of technology.

  • Those who are unwilling to try new things.