How to take the course

CONTENT

The course consists of 5 video modules and this workbook. I recommend downloading and printing the workbook before starting the course.

The modules are arranged like this:

  • Background knowledge – Just lean back and watch
  • Weekly exercise – Short video guide with a very simple exercise
  • Tips&Tricks – Ultrashort video snippets, on how to find music fast e.g.

TIP! You can adjust the video playback quality in the lower right corner. I recommend 1080p. But you can go lower on a slow connection.

HOW DO I USE THE WORKBOOK?

Following the course is a workbook you can download and print.

The workbook contains both the most important takeaways from the video lectures and instructions to weekly exercises on how to implement the things you learn.

Print the different task tables from the workbook – you need them to complete the weekly exercises.

HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT TAKE?

Every week you will need to spend approx. 30 minutes to:

  • Watch the weekly video – 15-20 minutes.
  • Prepare and do the weekly exercise – approx. 15 minutes
  • Optional: Watch the tips&tricks videos

You can do most of the weekly exercises while you work.

HOW DO I ACCESS THE COURSE?

The course is online so you can access it everywhere: From your laptop, tablet or smartphone – or you can download the materials and take the course offline.

As soon as you sign up you will have access to the first course module. The following four modules will be released weekly the same day (or the day after) you signed up. You can then login and access the content.

The course is only available for the period of 4th November, 2019 to 3rd November 2020 so you need to finish the last module before then.

REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER!

You will receive a confirmation mail and a notice every time a new course module is released.

If you notice one of these emails from "Teachable" in the spam folder, move it to your primary “Inbox” folder. This will help ensure that future emails are delivered straight to your primary inbox. You can also avoid this by adding [email protected] to your contact list and by adding Teachable's email domains, “m.teachable.com” and “teachablemail.com” to the approved senders list.