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Welcome to Learn How 2, brought to you by GOLD Software Solutions Limited.



What is Learn How 2?

Learn How 2 is a structured and easy to use e-learning platform built with simplicity in mind. Choose from an array of courses starting from just £9.99 and even take some short courses offered by our tutors totally free of charge.

Learn How 2 can be accessed from any device and from anywhere with an internet connection. Learn at a time when it suits you. Access your courses at any time with 24 hours, 365 days a year availability, generally for the lifetime of your account.
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Keep up to date with your progress with ease and get a certificate of completion for every course you complete and for some courses get an accredited qualification through one of our affiliated partners. Save electronic personal reference notes while learning to help you along the way.

Consolidate your learning with multiple choice quizzes, created by the Tutor's using LH2's easy quiz building tool, along the way.

Who is Learn How 2 designed for?
The simple answer is everyone!!

Do you want to learn a new skill, keep up to date with your chosen area of study or to broaden your horizons and maybe get the skills you need to find a new job or get the help you need to improve your existing skills for a chosen hobby? Well then Learn How 2 has been built with you in mind! Study an array of different courses at your own pace. Get free updates for your courses to keep your knowledge current.

Can I build a course with Learn How 2?
Absolutely!!

It's really easy with our very straight forward Course Builder and you could turn your knowledge into profit and help others improve and develop their skills.

Tips to making a successful course:
Decide what you want to teach.
Does it help others to improve their skills and abilities? Does it satisfy and existing need? Is it something that will improve people’s lives? Do you have a unique approach or view to learning a certain topic? Then it’s worth sharing it through a course!

Try to create a unique brand or image.
This will make it easier for your learners to identify and follow you! It could be as simple as your name, as long as you’re consistent with the way you use it.

Make a course and lessons plan.
This is key. The plan will guide you through the production and it will save you time. You shouldn’t start shooting videos without a clear plan first. So, plan the topics to cover, the duration of lessons and the teaching aids and methods that you will need. Short and concise videos of no more than 30 minutes each are generally more effective.

Plan your production.
It can be as simple or complex as you like. From a straightforward video recording using your mobile or computer, to a video that includes powerpoint slides, animations, pop-up images, effects, sound editing, etc. The most important thing is the value that your course provides, and that is best achieved by planning your lessons well.

Provide well-presented and well-made supporting materials, like documents, video and audio files. They add a lot of value to your course. Create your course using the LearnHow2 Course Building Tools. It will help you to structure your course in well broken-down lessons, with the corresponding supporting materials for each lesson.

Get feedback throughout the production process
Ask people to give you their opinion on the lessons that you have recorded and the supporting material that you have created. It will help you improve and make sure that you achieve your teaching and quality goals. This is critically important to do before submitting your course for approval.

Spread the word!
Build your audience through social media and other marketing channels. Your course plan should include brief advertisements that you can post on social media easily.

Think about offering a free introductory lesson, even if it’s a chargeable course.
Courses that offer free, high impact introductions are very popular and have got better chances to succeed. If you decide to offer one, it’s probably best to record your “intro” after the whole course has been made. That way you’ll know exactly what it entails and you’ll be able you describe it accurately (number of lessons, total duration, etc).

Written on 2020-09-16 11:00:55 by Garry Owen


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