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5 Ways To a Best-Selling Course on Udemy

5 Ways To a Best-Selling Course on Udemy **Edit: Udemy algorithms may have changed since writing this article What makes an online course a ‘best-seller’? Many online instructors think that getting a course to best-seller is all about simply getting a truckload of people to join your course, and therefore use the strategy of giving…

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How To Price Your Information Products & Programs

How Do You Price Your Information Products & Programs?  It can be tough trying to decide how to price our information products and programs. Although there are many criteria to consider, this brief guide should help you identify where on Sarah Cordiner’s ‘value scale’ your information products may sit. If you already have an online…

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The biggest mistake educators make when managing classroom behaviour

What is good behaviour, and how do you get a certain group of people to behave in a certain way that allows for teachers to teach, and learners to learn in the most productive ways possible? These questions have been asked for many years, and there are many oppressive theories behind resolutions to ‘bad’ behaviour….

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10 Steps Towards Starting a Registered Training Organisation

Why? Becoming a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) is the ultimate opportunity to contribute to your industry and area of expertise. Any business can deliver training, but it takes high quality and highly committed businesses to obtain the authorative and respectable status of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).   It is ONLY RTOs that are permitted…

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What is the role of the adult educator in the welfare to work sector?

There’s a lot to be said about our roles as educators – and they don’t get easier when you have a class full of adults. I’m a Trainer and CEO of a company that runs various activities and training initiatives for the long-term unemployed, benefit claimants, and offenders – often referred to as the ‘welfare…

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Keeping up with RTO compliance is getting tougher!

Australian Registered Training Organisations! If you are an RTO, no doubt you are spending a lot of time and frustration on your training and assessment resources, particularly with the ever changing compliance conditions…As I’m sure you’re aware, training packages are often upgraded, meaning that RTO’s constantly have a big job of getting and staying compliant…

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Getting Your Learning Programs Right

“A universal human need is to improve and progress in life. Nobody wants to think their life will be worse tomorrow than it is today. Within that concept is our hunger to learn.”   (Shovlin, 2005. p.6)   Like most adolescents, I had no idea what I wanted to do when I left school. But…

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You Do Have A Message! Teaching your market what you know will skyrocket…

You do have a message.  You already know SO much and this knowledge you have is invaluable to others; it has the power to transform lives, businesses, and industries – as well as your own business and bottom line, IF ONLY YOU’D JUST UNLEASH IT!! Downloading your knowledge from your brain, and sharing it with…

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The Biggest Mistake Educators Make When Managing Classroom Behaviour

 What is good behaviour, and how do you get a certain group of people to behave in a certain way that allows for teachers to teach, and learners to learn in the most productive ways possible? These questions have been asked for many years, and there are many oppressive theories behind resolutions to ‘bad’ behaviour….

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What is the role of the adult educator in the welfare to work sector?

There’s a lot to be said about our roles as educators – and they don’t get easier when you have a class full of adults.   I’m a Trainer and CEO of a company that runs various activities and training initiatives for the long-term unemployed, benefit claimants, and offenders – often referred to as the…

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