Confused by the overwhelming selection of learning management systems that are available to help you build your online course? Here are the pros and cons of my three favourites…
Have you been toying with the idea of creating an online course? You’re not alone. According to a recent report by IBISWorld, online education grew by an average of 8.5 percent per year between 2015 and 2020 – and that number doesn’t take into account the recent boom in the industry.
Rather than being negatively impacted by COVID-19, e-learning has received a boost from the pandemic. Australians are either taking online courses to upskill and stay relevant during these shifting times or creating them as new business opportunities. So, what are you waiting for? Get that awesome online course out of your brain and onto the internet!
While I’d strongly recommend that you get me to build your online course because I’m a profeshonal, I understand that you might prefer to do it yourself. I can also teach you how to use your preferred online course platform (known in the industry as a “learning management system”) to help you get the most out of it and maximise your returns. Cha-ching!
Not sure which platform to choose? Here’s my review of the three learning management systems I use most…
Teachable is one of most popular platforms because it’s super user-friendly and creates beautiful courses.
I can train you to use Teachable to build your own online course or build it from scratch for you.
LearnDash is an affordable Wordpress plugin that’s a great option for those who already have a Wordpress website.
I can train you on how to use LearnDash or build your course for you.
I LOVE this New Zealand-based company and I want to use their platform more often to create courses for clients.
If you want more information about how I can help you with this amazing platform, drop me a line.
If you want to sell small courses through a sales funnel, this platform by the Catalysis Group could be a great option for you. It allows you to:
Lisa Sparkle ✨
Lisa Listama is the owner and e-learning developer of Sparkle E-Learning.