It must be one of the biggest fears people have when creating an online course... Will the time, money and effort you invest in your course pay off?
Uncertainty and risk prevent people from taking action, but there are proven methods that you can use, to make sure this doesn't happen to you.
I’m seeing lots of training providers, workshop facilitators and coaches do the logical thing during times like these… they are converting their face-to-face workshops into online courses.
I see it a lot on LinkedIn - a bunch of online courses created super-quick with the aim of replicating live workshops but…. unfortunately it’s not that simple.
We're always trying to find the easiest ways to do things... whether it's when we tie our shoelaces, crack an egg or create an online course.
If you don't want to get yourself in a muddle when creating your course, this is definitely the easiest way to get it done and dusted.
It's very tempting to use slides throughout a video tutorial... just so you're not on camera...(yes, I've been there 😀). But jumping out of your comfort zone a tiny bit can really a make a difference to the entire learning experience you're offering.