This is our version 2.0 of Courses! We are proud to introduce it to you!

This feature is available for Premium Subscribers only!

Where can I create courses?

First, locate where the Courses menu is: on your profile, select "Classes" and "My Courses", then click on "Create a Course".

Fig. 1. Where can I find courses menu?

How do I create a course?

A tab will appear where you can enter your course's name and the period for the course (between 1 to 12 months).

After that, you can enter the "price per month", where the "charging day" is the date that the course is confirmed by the student. If a student cancels his payments before the next charging day, then he won't be charged the following installment.

The option of "Card payment" happens through Stripe (recommended) and "Others" allows your student to pay your via another method (i.e. cash, check, free, etc.). In this case, it's your responsibility to request payment from your student(s).

The "Cancellation Policy" is written by the tutor and when the student confirms it, it means that he has accepted those terms.

Fig. 2. Creating a course - part 1

Example of Cancellation Policy for Courses
Tutor may cancel classes up to 12h before the original scheduled date. Students have to confirm each booking within 24h before classes.

One important "additional clause" is that the tutor is responsible for all bookings inside the platform. Any additional clause should be written here.

Fig. 3. Creating a course - part 2

Before confirming, ensure that your Cancellation Policy is compliant to Consumer Protection Law of your country.

Fig. 4. Is your course compliant to Consumer Protection Law?

Double check your payments terms, specially if you have chosen "Others" as the payment option.

Fig, 5. Do you agree with this payments terms?

Finally, you're ready to create a course that will appear on your "My courses" tab from where you can edit, invite students, book lessons, and manage the course.

Fig. 6. Where my created courses will be located?
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