Free Workshop Replay

How to Build an Online Course in One Week

Featuring
Jonah Cohen

Featured Courses

  • Establish Your Internet Home Base on Teachable (5 Day Challenge)

    Created by Jonah Cohen
    Free
  • Establish Your Internet Home Base on Teachable (5 Day Challenge)

    Created by Jonah Cohen
    Free
  • Establish Your Internet Home Base on Teachable (5 Day Challenge)

    Created by Jonah Cohen
    Free

Event Details

If you’ve ever set out to build an online course, you know that it’s not as easy as it may seem. First you have to lock down exactly what your course is about and even still you can be left with an unsurmountable task bringing it to fruition. The good news is, there’s a better way to build an online course. In this event, we’re going to walk you through a simple process of breaking your course down in to multiple mini courses that can be sold on their own or bundled together. Along with some powerful tools and clever tricks, you’ll leave with a water tight strategy you can employ time and time again to build quality courses in less time and without the headache.

Featuring

  • Jonah Cohen

    Jonah is the host of Spotlight by Teachable and a content and course creator himself. He's spent the last year working with Teachable creators to help them host live events that provide students value and help drive sales to their courses.

    Jonah has been working in the content production industry for over a decade. He has toured with such talents as Mary Lambert and Benjamin Francis Leftwitch and worked with a wealth of creators such as Tori Dunlap (Her First $100k), Damon Dominique, and Teri Ijeoma. Starting as a studio and live sound engineer, he honed his skills in content production including working on episodes of Good Morning America, VH1 Big Morning Buzz, and Spotlight by Teachable. 

    His unique skill set has provided him with the tools to help creatives realize their visions and bring them to fruition. He thrives on the output of creative media and nothing brings him more joy than helping an idea reach its full potential.