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t’s no secret that the market for online courses is big – and it’s getting bigger all the time!
I have been delivering training courses and qualifications for over three decades and I started delivering online courses over 7 years ago. This really is a passive income, and whilst I still deliver live classes, the most popular courses are the ones that can be taken online.
I will show you how to set up a complete training course and put the system in place to work for you automatically.
On this course you will learn how to:-
• Create a scheme of work
• Write a session plan
• Create downloadable handouts
• Create your presentation as a video
• Put your course online
• Set up your payment system
This is a live online 6-week course, which means that it is interactive, you can ask questions during the session and you can download the presentation notes. Do not worry if you are unable to make the session, as it will be recorded for you to watch at a time that is more convenient to you.
Starts on the 7th December @ 7:00 pm
The aim of this course is to develop your knowledge and
understanding of the relevant anatomy and physiology that
underpins complementary therapies.
This course is about the skills involved in providing Indian head massage treatment.
The ability to adapt massage techniques to suit individual client needs and the environment in which the massage takes place is very important.
You will also learn how to perform
Indian head massage with and without the use of oils. To carry out this unit
you will need to maintain effective health, safety and hygiene procedures
throughout your work.
This is a fun and most relaxing workshop
introducing you to the amazing world of massage. By the end of our session you will be able to
give an Indian Head Massage to your family and friends. You will learn a
simplified routine so that you can continue using this for years to come.
The aim of this course is to develop your knowledge
and understanding of the principles and practices of
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