We get a lot of questions about our online courses – how do they work, what will you learn, isn’t very difficult to attend an online course and so on – so we’ll try to answer a few of those questions.
No, in our experience it’s not very difficult at all 🙂 All you need is a computer or a phone with an Internet connection – and if you want to upload videos and get feedback on them you also need something to record the videos with (f ex your phone) and somewhere to upload them (f e x a YouTube account). In the introduction of all our courses you’ll find a guide on how to do that, and if you’re still having troubles we’ll be happy to help you out.
We offer two versions of most of our courses – with and without personal feedback. The structure and content of the courses are exactly the same, the only thing that differs is the personal feedback.
In each online course you’ll get access to several lessons with instructions and videos of the exercises. You will get exercises to practice on your own and sometimes you’ll also get to answer small quizzes to help you with your planning and training. If you’ve signed up for a course with personal feedback you’ll be able to ask an unlimited number of questions and upload an unlimited number of videos in our forum and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible (at the latest within two working days).
There’s a lot of positive things with the online courses compared to IRL courses – you can attend them no matter where you live and you can access them whenever you want even if you have an irregular schedule or something else that makes it difficult for you to attend an IRL course. You learn a lot from watching videos of your own training and the personal feedback you get will help you to analyze and progress your training even more.
To help you out even more we’ve just created an online course picker that you can find via the link below:
We also asked one of our online course students to describe her journey and what she thought of the online course she has attended – have a look at the video below to find out more!