New! Creating New Classes and Offerings
April 2 – 23, 2020 – Webinars Plus Optional Online Discussion
Discover how to select new class topics that retain past participants, tap into future trends, and replace those loser courses with money makers.
Stop getting burned by spending so much time building new courses and offerings that just get cancelled.
Yes, at least 20% of your courses and offerings need to be new each year. Let us show you how to use your own data and quick surveys to decide
Our no-nonsense program won’t make you work harder or longer. Instead, we can show you how to get better results with less time and effort. Take home our 5 Star New Course Model, the one LERN has used for five years to boost new course success rates.
4 weekly live webinars, plus optional online classroom available anytime.
Can’t make a live webinar? No problem, all webinars are archived for you to listen at your convenience.
Measuring Division Success
-Why Division Analysis is essential to new course success
-Ratios and numbers to measure by Division
-Determining your best, and worst, Divisions for new course success
-Setting your new course numbers
Live Webinar April 2, 2pm ET/1pm CT/12 noon MT/11am PT
Finding the best new course topics and titles
-One-hour research on the best Subjects-Topics-Titles
-Generating 10 ideas from best customer Advisory Boards
-Quick surveys of best customers for results in 48 hours to make decisions.
-Discovering and exploiting the exceptions
Live Webinar April 9, 2pm ET/1pm CT/12 noon MT/11am PT
Pricing, budgeting and developing New Courses
-How to price new courses
-How to budget new courses, new course financial expectations
-Key historical data in budgeting new courses
-Recruiting teachers to build and teach new courses
Live Webinar April 16, 2pm ET/1pm CT/12 noon MT/11am PT
-How to predict future new course success
-Cancellation rates for new courses
-One-year performance criteria for success
-Advanced: charting the three year trend
Live Webinar April 23, 2pm ET/1pm CT/12 noon MT/11am PT
Just $299 for all four webinars and optional online discussion; Second Person from the same organization is FREE