The good news is that there are things you can do to get your course delivered in a timely manner. However, I must mention that you should never sacrifice the quality of your course simply so that you can “get something out there”. A full course that comes later to the market is better than a bad course that is available early.
But being early has some natural advantages. There will be less competition. If you define yourself as one of the first providers (which can bring some good benefits) and you start earning faster.
With that in mind, consider these three tips to speed up your course creation process:
Tip1: Re-Use Existing Content
Taking advantage of existing content is, by far, the fastest way to obtain material for your course. You can refer to the previous “cheat sheets”, online seminars and even other courses. A handful of learning management systems will allow you to reuse your lessons from one course to another. There is no need to reinvent the wheel. If an existing lesson you have created makes sense in your new course, then, of course, you must use it.
Tip 2: Purchase Content (and Make Modifications)
In some scenarios, it makes sense to buy existing content. In particular, you are looking for content with private label rights so that you can repackage them in your course.
Try not to use the content textually and instead of editing it for your course. Take one of the lessons and create a micro-video for this so that it is presented in a different way. Add your content to the purchased content so that it is relevant to your audience.
Tip 3: Use Templates
Templates in the traditional sense of e-learning often refer to prefabricated visual elements for programs such as Articulate Storyline or Adobe Captivate. If you are using these, then, of course, you should consider using templates. If you are not using a program like that, then you have other options.
With the micro content increasing, you might consider using a program like PowToon to create miniature videos for your various lessons. It is not necessary to be a video professional to use PowToon. It comes with prefabricated characters, stages, animations and more. All you have to do is fill in the blanks with your own content and go!
Be Creative, but Don’t Cut Corners
When you have to create your course quickly, you will be tempted to cut the corners. Do not do this. It will affect the quality of your course and that is not the reputation you want about your company or content. These tips are meant to save you some time, but they will not do any miracle. Creating a good course takes time, there is no way to avoid it.
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