How To Create An Online Training Program or Online Course

How To Create An Online Training Program or Online Course
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How To Create An Online Training Program or Online Course

Course Starts: 2/21/2019

Course Time: 8:00 AM

This course is part of the class, "How To Create A Webinar or Online Course." You can take this course for $197 or take the bundle for $397.

This is a special course that combines learning with one-on-one exercises, personalized consultation, and support for your business.

Online training programs and online courses have increased in popularity.

With advancements in technology, it is much easier for every business, government agency, organization or individual to create, publish, and manage a training program or online course.

In this course, you will have a series of online lessons that will cover the steps necessary to create a training program or online course. Each lesson group will include detailed information, as well as resources that you will be able to use.

Following each lesson group, instead of a quiz or exam, there will be a period of one-on-one learning. Each student (or company if there are multiple students from one company) will receive dedicated hours from a member of our team that will go towards answering questions, as well as planning and preparing for your own training program or online course.

Our goal is not just to teach you how to create a program through online videos, but to step in and help you do some of the work necessary to ensure you have a successful program or course.

Review the lessons below to see what material will be covered, as well as what we will help create.

Course Cost

The cost of this course is $197. This includes:

  • Several hours of instruction
  • General and personalized resources for creating a Webinar
  • 5 hours of one-on-one consulting and work
  • An online training program or online course

Our normal course development program - with dedicated resources and unlimited hours - can cost from $2,000 to $3,500 a month depending on the scope of work. However, we have decided to create this course to help many small and mid-sized businesses learn how to create a successful training program or online course, and get one published in the Catoctin community.

Session Hours

Session hours needed may vary depending on student or company needs. This course will provide some hours. Hours do not carry-over to different sessions.

Additional hours that can be applied to the course are available for purchase in bundles:

  • Up to 10 additional hours is $500 (Click to add to cart)
  • Up to 20 additional hours is $1,000 (Click to add to cart)
  • 21 to 40 additional hours is $2,500 (Click to add to cart)

Important Notes

The training program or online course must be completed within 45 to 60 days from the start date. Exceptions are available, but must be discussed and approved. If you decide to delay the training program or online course past 60 days, we will not be able to offer support without a prior agreement.

Each person is charged individually for the course. However, if your company has more than one person who wants to attend, you will only pay for 1 enrollment. However, keep in mind that with more enrollments, you may use your one-on-one consulting time faster.

Payment for the course must be received in advance. There are no refunds for the course registration fee of $197, and there are no refunds for additional hours purchased that are not used. We will make sure you are aware of hours available, and strive to maximize value to you and your business.

Remember: Each lesson includes dedicated hours of support towards answering questions, as well as research, content creation, editing / review of materials, and other tasks. However, hours can be used up quickly. We will discuss all work that will be done, so you are aware of what time is being used and what time remains for each lesson. If you anticipate greater support needs, or decide that additional hours are necessary, we have additional hours for purchase. We have done our best to keep those prices as reasonable as possible.