So in Part 1 of this blog series you learned about the key components you need to include in your Online Course…
Now I imagine you are wondering how you put together the sequence of topics that you will teach in your Online Course?
Well, I promise to help you do this with my simple 5 Step process you can follow right now, (and as I promised, it will take you less time than watching an episode of Game of Thrones):
Step 1: Identify what the biggest problem your course participants have that they need your help with solving
Step 2: Think about the knowledge you find yourself repeatedly sharing with your clients. You know, what are those topics that come up again and again and you keep giving advice on. What themes do you find coming up in your work with your clients. Write these down as these are likely to be the topics and themes you will need to teach on your online course.
Step 3: Get a blank piece of paper and put a dot on the far left side and write down where you think your ideal clients will be when they come to study your Online Course. Now put a dot on the far right side of your piece of paper and write down where your students want to be when they finish your course.
Step 4: Taking your topics you identified in step 2, plot out the sequence of topics you will teach.
The sequence you create needs to support your students with getting from where they are now, to where they want to be when they complete your course.
When you have created your sequence check that your topics are being taught in a logical order so that your students’ knowledge and understanding of the subject you are teaching, can build as they progress through the course.
Step 5: Write down the range of support your students will need as they progress through your course, and what homework actions they will need to complete after each module, so they can have their desired transformation.
I’d love to help you launch your online course, why not book a call with me and we can plan out the launch of your online course: Book An Online Planning Session