Industries across the board are making the jump from traditional training methods such as face-to-face sessions and in-house training PDFs to online training solutions with Intuto. The post-pandemic world we live in has cemented distance communication in everyday life for many of us, and online training is another logical extension of the work-from-home movement. It is an effective and convenient way to make your content accessible, interesting, and easy to update.
Trucking is an extremely high risk industry, and therefore must adhere to stringent health and safety laws. However, due to its decentralised and 24/7 nature, it can be difficult to meet the requirements and each year there are a number of accidents and deaths in the industry. One way to help prevent these incidents is to use Intuto’s e-learning platform to improve health and safety awareness by putting training online in a simple, mobile friendly platform.
Traditionally, learning has been done in a classroom environment with a teacher/lecturer/coach presenting the new information to the students. While this may include some group discussion, the majority of the lesson is often spent with the student listening to, reading and/or writing down the material. This is known as Passive Learning, and is still very common in today’s learning environment.
So you’ve designed and created a fantastic online coaching course (or courses!) that will help you grow your business without spending more time with clients. To maximise the impact of using your online courses to scale growth, there are a few more steps to take.
What to Charge for an Online Course?
One of the hardest decisions you’ll make is how to price your online course. Don’t just pluck a number out of the air, as it will have a long term impact on your business, from the kind of customers you attract, to the amount of support you can offer and, of course, the revenue you’ll generate.
If you charge too little, you reduce the perceived value of your course and attract lower value clients, but if you charge too much, you’ll price yourself out of the market and have to drop your price, which looks bad.
Look at what similar courses are charging and decide whether you’re worth more (maybe you’re a more qualified expert, or you’ll offer extra one-on-one time) or less than them (if your course will be entirely self-guided, for example).
If you’re a coach – whether that’s a life coach, a business coach or a dog-training guru – you may find that you’ve reached a plateau with your business. After all, there is a limit to how many clients you can work with at a time.
However, there is a way you can scale up your business without increasing your work hours. Done right, online courses are a surprisingly easy and effective way to grow your coaching business. Need to know more? Let’s jump in.
So, your business has slowed down?
If your coaching relies solely on one-on-one client work, you’re trading your hours for dollars and there is a hard limit on how many clients you can work with and how many dollars you can earn. You can’t spend 24 hours a day working, and you can’t add more hours into the day. Eventually, your business growth will stall.
At this point, you have three options for expanding.
Associations have access to more tools than ever before. Whether you're an association for writers, builders, doctors, or anyone else, you have to consider what tools you're using – and what tools you're offering your members.
Adding Course Collections to the Content page
We are excited to announce the release of a brand new content page that integrates collections and courses in a single place.
It’s time we address the elephant in the room; why is the cost of implementing Intuto so low? From the outset, affordability was our overriding goal and we've worked hard to achieve this. We believe that e-learning should be attainable, pricing should be easy to understand and you shouldn't be caught out by unexpected fees. In this article, we explore our philosophy around democratising e-learning.