First impressions matter. So do pay attention to grammar, spellings and presentability. Use high-quality language in communicating the course. Typos, grammar mistakes, etc mean learners will not consider the course.
Each course listing has the following sections.
Choose a title that articulates the essence of the course and brings out its character. Focus on clarity and value. Please do not use uppercase, multiple exclamation marks, emojis, etc as they would look unprofessional.
This section is used to provide an interested learner with all the details they would want to know about the course before enrolling. Right from what will be taught, to how classes are structured and what learners will take away from the course, the course description goes into detail about your style of teaching and any prior knowledge a learner needs to have.
The course description section is also a place to specify parental guidance regarding any safety or content information that learners may need to know. For instance, if your course uses third-party videos, videogames, etc, please include the official rating of that content in this section. Also, any potentially dangerous aspects of the class (for eg: use of oven in cooking classes or matchsticks for an experiment) should also reflect here. If you are unsure whether your course requires this guidance, check with the Bloomclass team.
Choose the category that's the best fit for your course.
Please specify the proficiency learners need in order to enroll for this course.
Total Number of live classes in this course
Select the number of live classes each batch for this course would offer. Note that once you define this for one batch, you can add multiple batches later.
Duration of a live class (in minutes)
Select the duration of each live class. It can be as low as 30 mins or as high as 90 mins. Choose a duration that's best suited to the age group. 45 mins to 60 mins seems like a reasonable duration for courses that have multiple classes.
Maximum students in a batch
Select the number of students you'd like to handle in a batch. We recommend a range of 5 to 10 though you can go higher as your case may be.
Price per learner
Choose the price point you wish to charge. Pricing is both an art and science. We recommend you pick a price that you have been able to charge for a similar course offline and to keep iterating based on response.
Age range for students
Age range for learners for this course. We recommend the range not to exceed 5 years at the most between same learners in a batch.
If you require learners to bring some materials to the class (eg: a specific type of brush for an art class), please list them here.