Are you worried that when you shift away from 1:1 coaching that your participants might not get the same great results?

When you’re creating an online course, workshop or group program you need to design it for how different people learn (because not everyone learns the same way).

And because you aren’t going to be there guiding them 1:1 (making sure they understand what you’re teaching them) your course needs to be delivered so your participants can learn by themselves (something that new course creators often forget!).

Watch my latest video below where I show you how to design your course for all 3 learning types so you can create your next program with the confidence of knowing that it will be a success for your all participants.

 

 

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Do you know your learning type?

We usually have a natural bias toward our own style of learning. Once we know our learning type we can design courses and programs to suit the other learning types as well.

 

There are 3 types of learners: visual, auditory and kinesthetic.
  1. Visual learners learn by seeing and reading.
  2. Auditory learners learn by hearing and speaking.
  3. Kinesthetic learners learn by moving and doing.
Teachers usually teach with their own learning style.
  1. Visual teachers use powerpoints and handouts.
  2. Auditory teachers talk ‘off the cuff’ and use Q&A sessions.
  3. Kinesthetic teachers use movement, demonstrations and exercises.
Design your course for all learning types.
  1. For visual learners use graphics, images & handouts.
  2. For auditory learners use videos/audios, and live coaching calls or Q&A sessions.
  3. For kinesthetic learners use demos, exercises and encourage movement while learning.

 

Covering the bases for all learning types will give your participants better results and you better testimonials.

 

If you need more help creating your online course, jump on a free Discovery Call with me and I’ll help you design a course that works for all your audience.

 

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