Get Paid to Share Your Knowledge

What if you could give yourself a $5,000 bonus this year?! 

As an experienced legal professional, you have knowledge and skills that others would pay to learn from you.  Why not get paid to share your knowledge and skills with others (and keep your day job!)?

According to Orbis research, the e-learning market is expected to surpass $275 Billion by 2022.  

I’m not suggesting that you quit your job and start an online course business. 

Instead, you could transfer some of your knowledge and skills into a course and let others sell it for you while you kept your day job and your regular paycheck…while you receive extra income every month from your course sales.

No more worries about whether or not your raise is going to be big enough to allow you to put some money into your savings account this year. 

No more worries about whether or not you’ll be able to take a vacation next year.

With our Course Creator Boot Camp for Legal Professionals, Ann Pearson walks you through each step of creating your online course so that you can get paid to share your knowledge with others.

  • Tools

    We'll walk you through every step of developing your own course so that when you finish this course, you will have a course ready to go.

  • Course Access

    Take the course at your own pace and on your schedule. You can access the course from any computer or mobile device.

  • Support

    Have questions while taking the course? You have 24/7 access to the instructor for any questions or support.

Course Creator Boot Camp for Legal Professionals

Get paid to share your knowledge and skills

Your Course

We walk you through each step of developing your course, so that when you are finished with this course, you will have your own course ready to go!

  • Course Description & Outline

  • Course content - developed & recorded

  • List of re-sellers who will do the selling for you

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome & Introduction to the Boot Camp

    • A welcome video from the instructor

    • How to navigate through this course

  • 2

    Module 1: Finding Your Course Topic

    • Handout for Notes - Lesson 1

    • Lesson 1 Video: Finding Your Course Topic

    • Worksheet: Research to Help Find Your Topic

    • Handout for Notes - Lesson 2

    • Lesson 2 Video: Tools to Define Your Course Topic

    • Worksheet: Defining Your Course Topic

    • Worksheet: Testing Your Course Topic

    • Handout for Notes - Lesson 3

    • Lesson 3 - Determining Your Course Length and Course Value

    • Notes for Course Length

    • Additional Resource - Course Value Calculator

  • 3

    Module 2: Developing Your Course Content

    • Handout for taking notes - Lesson 1

    • Worksheet for Developing the Course Description

    • Video lesson 1 - The Course Description and Outline

    • Worksheet for Course Outline and Sales Page

    • Handout for taking notes - Lesson 2

    • Video Lesson 2 - Starting the Course Content

    • Handout for taking notes - Lesson 3

    • Methods for Story boarding your course activities

    • Video Lesson 3 - Defining the Activities and Types of Content

    • Submit your draft course for review

  • 4

    Module 3: The Not-So-Techy Side of Things

    • Step 1: Choose Your Path

    • Path 1 Technology Checklist

    • Path 2 Technology Checklist

    • Course Discussion

    • Example of Some Free Technology Options

    • Other Recording Options

  • 5

    Module 4: How to Make Captivating Power Point Presentations

    • Video 1.1 Getting Started with PowerPoint

    • Video 1.2 Working with Text and Images

    • Video 1.3 Working with Multimedia

    • Video 1.4 Working with Transitions and Animations

    • Video 1.5 Formatting Presentations

    • Video 1.6 Sharing and Collaborating With Others

    • Video 1.7 Presenting and Navigating the Slide Deck

  • 6

    Module 5: Getting Feedback on your Draft Course

    • Get Feedback on Your Draft Course

    • Schedule call

  • 7

    Module 6: Selling Your Course - Without Doing the Sales Yourself

    • Handout for taking notes

    • Video lesson

    • Affiliate Comparison List

    • Launch checklist

  • 8

    Module 7: Putting It All Together

    • Video message from the instructor

    • Additional resources for you

Course Creator

A Boot Camp for busy legal professionals who want to share their knowledge and skills with others

Meet the Instructor

Ann Pearson

Ann Pearson is the Founder and Director of Training for the Paralegal Boot Camp®. Ann develops training for paralegals, and with a unique hands-on practical approach to provide the paralegal skills that are missing from most paralegal certificate programs. Ms. Pearson has over 25 years in the legal industry, first as a litigation paralegal and later as a paralegal manager at McKenna, Long & Aldridge LLP. In her role as a paralegal manager, she managed the paralegals and case assistants in their Atlanta, New York, and San Diego offices. Ms. Pearson was able to significantly increase the profitability, skillset and retention rates (job satisfaction!) of the paralegal group through methods she now teaches in her Paralegal Boot Camp courses.