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Creating Courses without Being on Camera Worksheets, Checklists + Guide

Creating Courses without Being on Camera Worksheets, Checklists + Guide

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"Creating Courses without Being on Camera Worksheets, Checklists + Guide" is a PLR package to help you or your customers get started creating courses even if they don't like being on camera, these templates will give you alternative options and how to deliver the courses so you don't have to be on camera while creating your course.

These templates can help or your customers and you get started right away.

Creating Courses Guide

The 13-page user guide explains how to create a course without having to be on camera. This guide covers: pros and cons of face-to-face training courses, alternative options, building trust and connection with your audience,  choosing quality course topics with high market demands, structuring your lessons, choosing lesson delivery methods and so much more!

Templates Include:

  • Course Topic Brainstorming Worksheet - When it comes to creating an online course, one of the most important decisions you'll make is choosing a topic. Use this worksheet to help you choose a quality course topic with high market demand.
  • Creating Recording & Assembling Your Course - Creating an online course is a great way to share your knowledge and skills with others while generating income. Here is a checklist for creating, recording, and assembling an online course.
  • Structuring Your Online Course Template - Use this template for outlining the structure your online course.
  • Course Creation Tools - To create an online course that includes live or recorded video, slides, handouts, audio, and other materials, you will need the specific tools. Depending on what you are creating and offering, use this list as a resource to find the right tool.
  • Course Platform Resource List - When you are ready to launch your course, you need someplace to host it. Here is a list of some popular online course platforms, along with their pricing, pros, and cons.
  • Structuring Your Course Worksheet - Here's a worksheet for creating your online course from start to implementation. Use it to determine you’ve covered everything that needs to be done to get your course ready for launch.

YES, Private Label Rights Use Included! Our Business-Building Templates come with PLR rights, so that means you can use them in your own business, but can also share them with your customers and clients, with our usual terms of use and license.

Files Included in your PLR template package:

  • 1 guide in .docx format
  • 1 guide in PDF format (can be uploaded to Canva)
  • 6 template files in .docx format
  • 6 template files in PDF format
  • Cover graphic in PNG format
  • Cover graphics with an editable Canva template link

Using the PLR Content for Your Business? Some Ideas for Using Your Content:

  • Edit the templates as much as you'd like, so it works with your business.
  • Print the guide and take the time for deep brainstorming.
  • Save your templates in a binder, so you can refer to it later and use ideas you haven't explored yet.
  • Be sure to join us in the EKithub Facebook Group if you haven't any questions about implementing the templates in your business. We are always happy to help.

Sharing with Customers and Clients? Some Ideas for Using Your Content:

  • Edit the templates as much as you'd like.
  • Save your completed templates in a binder, so you can refer to it later and use ideas you haven't explored yet.
  • Save the templates in a marketing folder on your computer, so that you can use reprint and use it anytime you need.
  • Be sure to join us in the EKithub Facebook Group if you haven't any questions about implementing the templates in your business. We are always happy to help.

If you plan to share the content, we've also included this useful extra with personal use only...

  • "How to Grow Business with Worksheets and Checklists" Insider's Guide. This guide helps you with:
    • 10 ideas for publishing your worksheets and checklists
    • Using worksheets and checklists to grow your list, including 8 ways to promote your free offer
    • How to turn your worksheet and checklists into a workbook for sale
    • How to turn your worksheet and checklist into a course for sale
    • How to turn your worksheet and checklist into a printables bundle for sale
    • How to get access to our complete and free email marketing course + templates
    • How to get ongoing help and support in using your content, creating products and marketing your business
  • Tips for editing your content
  • Terms of use / license certificate

Wanting to create a course but don't want to be on camera?

A course is one of the ways you can teach others about your expertise. If you’re a course creator or thinking of offering courses, you probably think you have to be on camera. And this might be what’s keeping you from creating that course.

But what if you aren’t comfortable showing up on camera? Can you still create a course, even if you teach something like yoga poses or karate? The answer is yes. It simply means taking a different approach and using the tools available to you.

In fact, creating courses without being on camera is becoming increasingly popular among educators and content creators. With the help of different tools and techniques, you can create engaging and effective courses without having to appear on camera.

In this Insider’s Guide to Courses without Being on Camera," you will learn how to create engaging and effective online courses without the need for face-to-face video. Whether you are an educator, entrepreneur, or professional looking to share your knowledge and skills with others, this guide will provide you with the tools and techniques you need to create high-quality online courses that connect with your audience and achieve your goals.

Creating courses can be highly beneficial for businesses, even if they don't involve appearing on camera. Here are several reasons why:

  • Knowledge Sharing: Courses allow businesses to share their expertise and insights with a wider audience. This establishes the business as a thought leader in its industry and helps build a strong reputation for providing valuable knowledge.
  • Customer Education: Educating customers through courses can enhance their understanding of products, services, or industry-related topics. This leads to more informed customers who are likely to make better purchasing decisions and become loyal advocates for the business.
  • Employee Training: Offering internal courses for employees can improve skills and knowledge across the organization. Well-trained employees can contribute to increased productivity, efficiency, and job satisfaction.
  • Revenue Generation: Courses can provide an additional revenue stream, especially if they offer valuable insights or practical skills. Businesses can monetize courses by selling access or offering them as part of a subscription service.
  • Community Building: Courses can create a community of like-minded individuals who share similar interests or goals. This can foster engagement and interaction, leading to stronger connections with customers and industry peers.
  • Brand Differentiation: Offering courses can differentiate a business from its competitors by showcasing its commitment to education and providing resources that add value beyond its products or services.
  • Flexibility and Accessibility: Courses don't need to rely on video content alone. They can include text-based materials, slides, quizzes, interactive simulations, audio recordings, or other formats. This allows for greater flexibility in course design and accessibility for learners with different preferences and needs.
  • Lead Generation: Free or low-cost courses can serve as effective lead magnets, attracting potential customers and allowing businesses to establish relationships with them early on. This can lead to increased sales and customer retention.
  • Demonstrating Innovation: Developing courses demonstrates a forward-thinking approach and a willingness to invest in new avenues for engaging with customers and employees. This can position the business as a leader in its field.
  • Customer Retention: Providing ongoing education can help retain customers by showing that the business is invested in their success. It can also strengthen customer loyalty and encourage repeat business.

By creating courses without necessarily appearing on camera, you can leverage a variety of formats to deliver impactful educational content that benefits both your business and its audience. Whether for customers, employees, or a broader community, courses can provide lasting value and support the overall goals of your business.

Understanding Your Private Label Commercial-Use Rights:

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