An Online Training Academy is designed to provide easy access to videos and a training program for any type of learner, such as students, athletes, coaches, instructors and much more.
With an Online Training Academy, it is now possible for everyone, wherever you are in the world, to take advantage of various video courses created by experts that will keep you engaged and moving forward with a distant learning program that offers more than what an in class or in person course could offer.
This Internet-based learning solely requires an Internet connection, a PC, laptop, or tablet. It functions by delivering structured training sessions, step-by-step guides, and instructional videos that empower learners to study according to their schedule, at their own pace and place. These practical learning materials will help you to develop your self-discipline and self-confidence and much more.
Step 1: Design your Curriculum
First and foremost is to figure out exactly what you want to teach. For example if you are a swimming academy and looking to teach a swimming course, you will need to first figure out how you want to outline your curriculum, for example how long will it take for a student to attend your courses, how will they be organized, what courses will you offer and for what period of time.
Step 2: Produce the Content & Videos
Next is to produce the videos. Most of our customers already have some videos and its only a matter of organizing them and editing them into proper courses.
Step 3: Setup your Website
Setting up your membership website and putting up a pay wall to accept payments is your next step, so that students can come on the website and purchase them. Many vendors including us give you an optional storefront which includes a pay wall which will accomplish this for you.
Step 4: Connecting with a Video Service Provider
Connecting with the proper video hosting provider which will host your videos, provide you with useful analytics which we will elaborate on on the next step, as well as making sure mobile apps are available to your end users is key, the mobile experience is one of the key ways students will view and download your videos, making the video viewing experience easy is how your students will stay with you long term.
Step 5: Adding to your Curriculum
Staying active and providing your students with updated content on a weekly or monthly basis is the key to make sure your users are happy and will continue to subscribe long term. Providing testing and certifications, a discussion forum and other services are also an added benefit to your subscribers.
- Learners have the option to choose from a wider breadth of courses; courses that meet their interest and capabilities.
- Learners can view your curriculum on any device, considering mobile is growing so fast, this is the main avenue that your viewers will view your content.
- Self-paced learning courses let learners learn at their own pace and at a more comfortable learning environment.
- Online video training provides learners the flexibility to devise their learning hours.
- Online video training saves learners a great deal of money on travel costs and extra fees.
- Online video training gives learners the flexibility to join class discussions at any hour.
- Online video training promotes more interaction among learners and instructors than in large classes.
- Online video training builds self-discipline and self-confidence and encourages learners to take full responsibility for their learning.
MYTH: Online video training is not challenging as face-to-face training.
FACT: Online video training retains similar standards as traditional training. Learners may even discover that online learning are more stimulating since they must depend on themselves to stay engaged, motivated, and active throughout the course.
MYTH: Online video training is not time-consuming as face-to-face training.
FACT: Learners should devote ample time to participate in online undertakings, reading course materials, and doing assignments.
MYTH: Online video training is boring, unlike face-to-face training.
FACT: Online video training is also engaging as traditional face-to-face training but in diverse ways. Online training academies have a variety of tools to boost online engagement to its learners.
MYTH: Cramming is tolerable.
FACT: Online video training involves active participation and maximum learning. The nature of online learning requires more interaction to establish a presence in the virtual environment of a course.
MYTH: Procrastination is acceptable.
FACT: Several studies have shown that learners who completed online video training courses successfully are responsible and independent learners. Since there are no reminders, online students must be self-disciplined and motivated.
MYTH: Online video training is for young learners only.
FACT: If you wish to join a specific training course yet worried about your old age then fret not as online courses do not require any age range. Young and adults may register for any course they desire.