Before you start creating a course

How to name your course

How to describe your course

How to choose the number of students

What is the content drip

How to choose a category

How to price your course

How to add media to your course

How to build your course

How to add more instructors to your course

What is the additional data

How to describe the benefits of the course

What should you write in Requirements/Instructions

How to specify the targeted audience

What materials can you include

What are the Announcements

How to upload course attachments

What are the Course Prerequisites


This is where you type in the name of your course.

Try to keep it brief and precise. The more specific you are the better. It is better to create a course on “The female characters costumes on the first act of Hamilton” than “Greek Theatre” but either way it is entirely up to you.

Theatre.University welcomes any theatre course you can image and teach proficiently.

We are going to explain to you an advance tip but you don’t need to follow it unless you are comfortable with technology. If you are not comfortable with it, just don’t worry about it and move on to the next lesson.


If you want your course to be found online more easily, you can improve its SEO by choosing the title after what people are looking for. How do we do that?

Make a search like this one and then look at the similar keywords and questions people are typing about it.

So, for example, if I want to teach a course in Pantomime, go to write “Pantomime” in the search field, you will find out that the most frequent question is “What is Pantomime”.

So instead of naming your course “Introduction to Pantomime”, you should title it “What is Pantomime”.