From the very beginning, it’s vital to understand what topic you are going to focus on. Will it be a single subject you are interested in? Or you’re about to run an e-learning platform where other teachers can add their online training programs?
No matter which way you go, remember about the competition. If you don’t have a jaw-dropping marketing budget, you’d better think of how to stand ahead of the crowd. But don’t go over the top with this rule. If you are passionate about the subject and can provide first-class training, you are already head and shoulders above the rest.
If you haven't decided what subject to focus on, here are some ideas. According to their research, right after the pandemic students were flocking to specific topics. Their favourites were web development courses, rhetoric training and social media marketing classes. People were also interested in psychology, especially such topics as stress management, problem-solving and finding purpose and meaning in life.
Creative jobs are gaining momentum now, so learners opt for writing, editing and web design courses. Programming is still on the rise, and more and more people try to master Python, Java, Scala and other languages. By the way, foreign languages seem never to become irrelevant, so if you’re an English, French, Chinese or whatever language, you’ll always get your audience.
Such courses as Modern Finance and Crash Course on Excel were also among top training programs in 2020, and they still are. And of course, this world needs good managers, so leadership and business management courses are always in great request.