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Start Making Real Impact

Create Online Courses with Text, Slides, Videos and start earning money by teaching people around the world.

Become an

Instructor

A Coursepedia Instructor is an individual or organisation that creates courses on Coursepedia. The instructor creates all the course content, with guidance from us on ways to design the course, and we then work together to publish the course on our platform.

What criteria do you need to

Become an instructor?

In order to keep the quality of our courses as high as possible we have some criteria for who we work with. Generally, we look forward to Individuals and Organizations with

How it works

4 Simple steps to Become an Instructor

Simple steps on how to become an intructor on Coursepedia.

Apply to become an instructor

Take the first and most important step towards becoming an instructor. Create an account with Coursepedia and Apply as an instructor by filling the form adequately. This will enable us to have detailed information about you or your establishment.

STEP 1

Wait for Approval of your application

With large number of applications being received daily, applicants must wait for a thorough evaluation of submitted details and subsequent approval of account, provided it meet up with the required standard. This takes between 24-48 hours.

STEP 2

Develop a Course using our learning design

Your journey here starts with your passion and adequate knowledge of your chosen topic or subject. This is where you plan your lectures with either Text, Slides or Videos. You can also sectionalize your course using our learning design.

STEP 3

Start Earning with us

As soon as your course is live on our learning platform, you will start earning up to 60% every time a student purchase your paid course(s). Get paid directly into your account on a monthly basis through secured payment gateway.

STEP 4

We support

"Do it Yourself"

mode of course creation.

This is why we’ve provided a detailed step-by-step guide for approved instructors to create their courses which are available in video format. You can access this documentation 24/7 by following the link below.