How to Write Your Course With Substance, Sizzle, and ‘Sell’ (resource with no clock hours)

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This information is also accredited as a ‘live’ 15-clock hour course. Check this site for a schedule for the next ‘live’ course.

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If you’ve struggled writing a course, or tried to teach someone else’s ‘course’, this resource is for you! With 2 instructional videos and a 95-page detailed resource, Carla walks you step by step through writing your course and outline. And, she provides tips to getting your course approved in Washington state (she’s submitted dozens of courses for approval).

This resource works for anyone writing a course in any subject! My references are to real estate, but all good courses should follow these writing principles.

This resource is digital. You will get access immediately. (Great for international clients!) Be sure to download the videos and the resource guide right away. Directions are at the bottom of your order receipt.

This is a wonderful resource for Education Directors who want to help their instructors create exceptional courses.

Resource for you: Click here for answers to your questions on how to get a course approved and how to become an approved instructor.

More information: How to get a course approved–and more! Click here.

This Write a Course resource includes:

  • A clear focus for the course you want to create
  • A mind-map process to organize your course easily
  • Tips to include to build your course for best learning environment
  • How to build your course to appeal to various types of learners
  • A six-step method to create your course to cover all the bases
  • How to add polish to your course with visual aids
  • How to organize your course with sections and modules
  • 2 ‘cheat sheets’ to create each module professionally
  • How to create the right kind of outline for your course
  • How to integrate Washington Department of Licensing requirements into your course creation
  • All planning pages plus course evaluators to use forever!
  • Tips to market you and your course

Your course “How to Write a Course with Substance, Sizzle and ‘Sell’” is fantastic, and exactly what I needed and more, for setting up courses for the 4 subjects areas we teach. In addition to teaching how to more effectively organize the course, in a new and ingenious way, you show how to build on that organization by providing tools that have helped me structure our content toward what learners want and need. The results are course materials that communicate the elements of the course in a way that people can understand in terms of wants and needs. That’s fantastic. The resulting language, structure and wording developed through using the course materials will be able to go right into my promotions because it’s all geared toward the learners needs and wants. Carla Cross you are brilliant and I’m sure it’s because you teach what you know to be most effective, that you have discovered on your own road to success.”
Warm Regards,
Michael Lancey, MBA | EA | CHAE | Tax Credit Advisor
Mckenzie Chase Management, Inc.

See a sneak preview here.

Cross has written courses for Re/Max Israel, Re/Max Canada, Re/Max Europe, Better Homes and Gardens, Keller Williams Realty, GMAC, Royal LePage, and CRB, She knows how to write them and how to write facilitator guides so others can teach easily and clearly.

Added value: You’ll use this information and the template guides for years while creating your courses.

Thank you for a wonderful class on writing a course. This practice and hands on class has given me the confidence and tools I need to move forward with my course curriculum. I feel I have been given a business race car and I can move forward towards my dream of training agents across the country.
Mary Lee, former head of training for Windermere Real Estate, Spokane, Wa.