There are two types of online teaching

Synchronous: This type of teaching involves a real time online teaching experience. This includes time bound sessions where both the teacher and the student have to be online at a specific instant of time such as Instructor-led online classes.

Asynchronous: In this type, unlike the one discussed above, courses are not conducted in real time. This means that the engagement between the teacher and student can occur as per their convenience. Recorded training sessions are a good example of such teaching.

This course will teach you...

How to effectively teach any subject online. Even if you have never trained in person before, you can still teach online to an international audience. Your courses can be purchased any time of the day in an on demand format. Students can login and learn immediately from you with any skill that you have. You can create another revenue stream that will last as long as you are willing to teach!

  • How to Determine Your Audience, Topics and Platform

  • Content Creation, Planning and Course Design

  • Delivery, recording and presentation.

  • Marketing and Launching your Course

Benefits of online teaching

Here are just a few reasons!

1. Time and Location Flexibility: A teacher can choose to teach at any time that suits him/her. Especially for working professionals and homemakers. Online Teaching is a where classes can be taken on evenings or on weekends. There is no time wasted, unlike the traditional classroom teaching where a teacher has to travel to take classes. Also, the teacher can teach from anywhere, irrespective of the location of students. This means that teachers and students from diverse locations can connect together through Online Teaching.

2. Convenience: Online teaching doesn't require any travelling overhead. A teacher can teach right while sitting at his/her home. Online teaching could thus be perceived as a work from home with flexible schedules.

3. Diverse Teaching Experiences: The online medium of teaching gives a teacher an opportunity and experience to connect with students from different disciplines, backgrounds and cultures. Online teaching can take the teaching experience from a regional level to national level, and even further to an international level.


  • What do I need to do this course?

    Click on the free Preview. You can hear my audio as well as my list of what you need.

  • I have never taught in person, can I still teach online?

    Of course! Some people go straight to teaching online first then quite often will get asked to teach in person. Even if you never want to teach in person you can teach online today.

  • Do I need to be a Photographer to take this course?

    No. This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to teach online. Whether they are teaching knitting, cooking or photography.

  • How Long Do I have to be a Professional before I can teach online?

    Do you have a solid skill? Can you make an amazing vegetable omelet? Do know you how how to needle felt? Take great photos? Fix a car? Whatever skill you have, you can teach online!

  • What exactly will I learn?

    I am going to teach you step by step - from the very beginning - how to teach online. This includes what equipment you willn

Course curriculum

  • 1


  • 2

    Teaching Online Basics

    • My Teaching Journey

    • Find your Focus - Critical Thinking

    • Creating your Course Syllabus, Requirements and Objectives

    • Basic Programs and Supplies

  • 3

    Pre Course Creation

    • How to Make a Successful Course

    • Course Plan Basics

    • Pre Course Prep

  • 4

    Course Creation

    • Course Outline

    • Write your Course Outline

    • My Best Tools List for Marketing and Design

    • Time to pick your Course Software

    • Course Creation Tools

    • Creating your Course

    • Mini Assignment

    • Tips on Content Creation Settings

    • Audio check

    • Light check

  • 5

    Marketing and Selling your Course

    • Pre Marketing Mini Assignment

    • Creating a Promo Pin

    • Ads - Promotions - Incentives

    • How and Where to Market your Course

    • Youtube and Promo Videos

  • 6

    Before you go...

    • Common Mistakes People Make When Launching their First Course

    • Three things you need for a successful course

    • Ideas for Launching your Course

    • Before you Launch..course checklist

    • Do's and Don'ts for recording Audio and Video

    • Your Flows....

    • Student Certificates

The worldwide e-learning market is projected to be worth $325 Billion in 2025.

E-learning increases retention rates by 25% to 60%.

Using the internet as a classroom provides the instructor the ability to conduct classes with students from across multiple time zones, without having to travel. Because of this, smaller specialized classes are more likely to have enough students to be feasible. This allows instructors more opportunities to teach and is especially valuable for training offered by professional organizations.

Student Testimonials from my Online Courses

“The course has been a great pace so far! ”


“Just writing to check in. I am loving creating my own course. I have added so much info. And you’re right, I keep going back-and-forth adding more lessons and chapters. This is really, I think going to be an amazing class!! Thank you so much for your help. Can’t wait for you to see!!!! ”


“I can't believe I took so long to start teaching online! Thank you so much for your guidance, this is just what I need to get started.”



Ana Brandt

Photographer - International trainer

Ana Brandt has been a Photographer for 20 years and has been a trainer for over 11 years with an emphasis on international and online training the past 5 years.