Okay, so welcome to today’s video on what a Typical Course Structure Looks Like, I’ll be helping you structure your course so that you can deliver it in a clear and effective way to your audience.

So, structuring a course is something that many people don’t give great concern to, usually, we’re too focused on what it should be about or the equipment to use. So, I want to help guide them when it comes to the core structure. Actually, one of our clients came up with a brilliant course structure and I thought, “You know what? That’s brilliant, we should do that and tell people about that all the time.” 

And it is very simple, so, I had mentioned previously in an earlier video about the Mini Course, which is six modules and four lessons, 24 lessons in total and about 1 to 2 hours. But for an effective course structure, I’d say six modules of four lessons and that gives you and your students a really good chance to get into one specific topic, but it’s not something that goes into loads of detail as a Signature Course would.

If you structure it like that, you’ve got 24 videos to create and each video is roughly 3 to 5 minutes long, it should be very doable, right? It’s definitely something that you can do if you’re comfortable with the content that you’re delivering. 

I think our ideal course structure for one course or one module, one big model of a Signature Course, should be roughly six modules with four lessons in each but it could end up being around six. 

If you’re planning a course or you’re thinking about planning a course and you want to talk about this in more detail with us, I’m more than happy to have a call to discuss this. Even if you’re not going buy Course Creator it doesn’t really matter, I’m happy to help people get started with it but if not, good luck to those of you getting started!