Traditional jobs have fallen out of popularity, as pretty much the entire population migrates to the worldwide web. If you’re bored spending hours in your digital workspace waiting for the next assignment, you may want to do something a bit more productive with your spare time, such as creating an online course or masterclass.
It’s literally never been a better time to get into building an online course as more and more people are searching for new and interesting ways to spend their time whilst also upskilling themselves.
In fact, according to Coursera, in 2021 the total number of registered learners on the platform peaked at 92 million. That’s 21 million more than in 2020.
I’m sure many of you reading have already thought about creating an online course but canned the project before it even started due to a lack of ideas. That’s why I want to present to you some of the best online course ideas in 2022.
What Are the Best Online Course Ideas?
There are thousands of profitable online course ideas you can take advantage of in 2022. That being said, coming up with an idea you’re passionate about is the first step. So here are 26 course ideas to inspire you to get started
1. Social Media Marketing
This may blow your mind, but more people use social media than those that don’t. It is estimated that roughly 4.62 billion individuals across the globe have at least one account on at least one social media network; if you’re wondering where the future is headed, there’s your answer.
The first reason why I recommend creating a social media marketing course is that you will never run out of customers. Influencers and business owners who want to learn how to get the most out of their channels, gain more followers, and sell their services/products will be your main clientele, but you can also expect quite a few casual users to stumble across your course.
Social Media Marketing Online Course Example
Cat Coquilette’s “Social Media Marketing: Top Tips for Growing Your Followers & Going Viral” is a great example of a successful social media marketing course done right.
The course caters to beginners looking to improve their social media marketing skills, has over 84,000 students, and contains just over an hour of lesson content. This goes to show you that you don’t need a ton of content to produce something that is worth paying for.
2. SEO Fundamentals
SEO, or search engine optimization, is the art of optimizing websites and pages to rank higher on Google search results.
Build your course around the importance of SEO, how to gauge the strength of individual keywords, and how links can make or break a business. One of the best things about this idea is that you can gradually expand your course as it starts gaining traction.
SEO Fundamentals Online Course Example
Matt Diggity’s “The Affiliate Lab” is a well-known SEO course and should be a great source of inspiration if you’re looking to create your own SEO course.
With over 58k subscribers on YouTube, he’s built up a loyal following of viewers who are interested in his SEO insights. His course covers everything from ranking a website in SERPs, monetizing websites, and eventually flipping them for large profits.
3. Email Marketing Strategies
Email marketing isn’t just about teaching people how to write a formal email. It’s about finding the means to reach target audiences, efficiently maintaining the trajectory of your campaigns, being open to improvisation, planning instead of adapting to overcome surprises, and so much more.
The topic of email marketing as a whole is enormous, so I suggest you start your course with select strategies that are actionable, efficient, and relevant in 2022. Since thousands of businesses are coming to social media due to the pandemic, you can even blend your social media and email marketing courses into one to attract more customers/readers.
It may be a good idea to select a few specific strategies that you are familiar with and discuss them in detail as you build your course.
Email Marketing Strategies Online Course Example
The course teaches you how to build relationships with your email subscribers in a fan that will turn them into superfans for your business. It covers everything from story-powered promotions to product launch series and more. This course is for advanced email marketers but depending on your skill level you could create a beginner email marketing course and teach the basics to get someone started off on the right foot.
4. Blogging for Business Owners
Blogging is vastly different for “bloggers” and business owners. In the case of the former, writers create heaps of content to drive traffic either for affiliate of display ad purposes. In the case of the latter, business owners typically want to explain their services, the benefits they offer, or complex technologies they may be using on their own blog.
So, how do you teach CEOs, company founders, and business owners how to run their blogs? Explore websites that have done it properly.
Let’s take Sendinblue as an example. It’s a premier email marketing company with a well-designed blog, so if you’re taking notes, business blogs are typically placed in chronological order; the fonts and choice of colors are supposed to be easy to read and easy on the eyes; the graphics should be simple.
Blogging for Business Owners Online Course Example
Ahrefs put together a blogging for business owners course that’s 40 lessons and almost 5 hours in length.
The course covers everything you need to know as a business owner to succeed with a business blog and is actually based on what Ahrefs actually did to make their own blog successful. Things like the two major strategies of growing a blog, how to analyze traffic potential, how to find great content ideas, and much more is covered in this course. If you have worked on a business blog in the past and have your own perspective on what it takes for a business blog to be successful this course idea could be a great option.
5. Real Estate
There’s little room for small fish in the ocean that is the real estate industry. It’s a complex playing field with a flexible rulebook, and if you want people to take interest in your course, you’ll need to prove that you know what you are doing.
Fortunately, real estate is as multi-faceted as possible, so you can cherry-pick any elements you feel confident with and make a course on it.
You can make a course on investing in real estate limited partnerships or investment trusts; a course on finding valuable rental property investment opportunities, or if you’re looking for something simpler, you can make a real estate glossary course.
Beginners usually have the hardest time understanding the definitions, so if you add a few examples here and there, your course will be a full house before you know it.
Real Estate Online Course Example
MeetKevin is a famous YouTuber in the financial space who offers advice and education on real estate, the stock market, and pretty much anything finance related.
His real estate course “How I Went From $0 to Millionaire & Beyond With Real Estate Investing” covers everything you need to know about building your net worth in the real estate space.
With a wealth of experience and an amazing work ethic to continually add new and timely content to his courses, MeetKevin is certainly one to check out if you want to learn how to create a real estate course the right way. For your own real estate course, you could go into detail about what you’ve learned during your time investing in real estate, how to succeed in real estate, which real estate tools you should be using, and how to deal with tenants.
6. Stock Trading
Stock trading is similar to real estate investing in that it is not for those faint of heart. It’s both delicate and dynamic, but that’s also the reason why it’s so popular.
If you’re able to read financial statements, make informed decisions, and ultimately generate a consistent profit in the stock market you may be sitting on a strategy that’s worth sharing. So many people are scared of the stock market because they’re worried they might lose money. If you’re able to share your learnings and provide a community where people can educate themselves and become smarter investors then you’ll have a valuable online course to offer.
Stock Trading Online Course Example
MeetKevin strikes again with his “Stocks and the Psychology of Money” course.
I myself am a member of this course and can say that Kevin is a great teacher. He’s able to simplify complex topics, works harder than anyone I know, and provides an immense amount of value to his course members.
7. Crypto Trading
Crypto is far more mysterious than any fiat currency, which is part of the reason why so many traders embrace it with such enthusiasm.
If you wish to build a course on crypto trading, I suggest creating lessons on things like explaining what cryptocurrencies are, which crypto tax software platforms to use, on which exchanges can people get them, what is “hoddling”, and why would someone consider investing in crypto rather than fiat.
Crypto Trading Online Course Example
For inspiration, check out “The Complete Cryptocurrency & Bitcoin Trading Course 2022” on Udemy.
This course covers thing like how to get your crypto wallet, how to protect your money when markets crash, how to read and analyze candlesticks, and much more. The course goes on sale quite often but the regular price is $139. That being said, this course is hugely popular with 4.4 stars out of 4,239 ratings and over 19,000 students.
8. NFT Creation
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are essentially pieces of digital art with a unique number on the chain they are created (minted). Each piece is unique – whether it is hand-drawn (which is rare) or generated from a batch of numerous traits (most common).
An online course in NFT creation should be distinctly different from a class in graphic design. You shouldn’t film tutorials about how to draw or generate NFTs; instead, teach people how to create bits of art that can be leveraged to create hundreds or thousands of unique cats, dogs, bananas, monkeys, or whatever is popular the following week.
NFT Creation Online Course Example
The “NFT Fundamentals” course on Udemy is a great example of how to create a successful NFT course.
With a whopping 33,500+ students and a 4.6 star rating, this course is incredibly popular. It features 2 hours and 38 minutes of course content and goes over all of the basics including how to buy, sell, and create your own NFTs
Selling products you never saw or touched may sound a bit difficult for a good reason. There’s more to dropshipping than delegating product handling and shipping tasks, and that’s precisely what most dropshipping courses are about. As once a successful Shopify dropshipper myself, I would know.
I want to recommend a few ideas that are already popular, as this particular line of business requires more patience than innovation. If you’re building a small course for beginners, point out the importance of retailing the right products and give a few tips about keeping a business afloat.
Most people are fully aware of how lucrative dropshipping can be. If you want to dive a little deeper with an intermediate-level course, explore different product research tools and make individual courses on how to leverage the best ones to optimize dropshipping profits.
If none of these interest you too much, I would recommend building a course for Amazon dropshipping specifically. This online marketplace has so many hidden perks, rules, fees, opportunities, and benefits that will allow you to keep expanding the course almost indefinitely.
Dropshipping Online Course Example
Ecom Beast is a dropshipping/ecommerce YouTube that has amassed over 70k followers and put out over 170 videos. His dropshipping course, “Ecom Beast 2.0” is a great example of a high-quality dropshipping course.
His presence on YouTube certainly helped promote his course and I would definitely recommend creating some sort of social presence on YouTube first, before starting to promote your own dropshipping course. This makes it much easier to both create high-quality content and sell your product. Ecom Beast 2.0 features 150+ video tutorials, multiple ad platform lessons, templates, a mastermind, and more.
10. Affiliate Marketing
Affiliate marketing is a system that rewards people that help promote a brand or a platform (usually with a commission). The best online course ideas always lie in the extremes, so if you want to make a course on affiliate marketing, you’ll have to dive deep into its flaws and advantages.
If you’re targeting business owners, make a course on using affiliate marketing tools, implementing an affiliate program into your own business, or the basics of how the system works.
On the other hand, if you’re targeting bloggers, make a course outlining how to write blog posts to drive affiliate commissions, what the best programs are, and how to work with affiliate managers to increase your payouts.
Affiliate Marketing Online Course Example
Adam Enfroy’s “Blog Growth Engine” had been exploding in popularity over the past few months.
Adam has an extremely successful blog and has now created a course with all of his learnings inside. Similar to many own course creators, he has a YouTube channel where he promotes his course to his followers. The course itself covers everything from keyword monetization, blog content creation, how to build a link building machine, and more. This course is on the pricier side and Adam implements both scarcity and urgency marketing tactics to help solidify a purchase decision.
11. Google Ads
In simplest terms, Google Ads is Google’s platform where businesses compete for advertising slots. It can be extremely lucrative if you have a product or service that people are searching for and can beat out your competitors.
Even though using the platform is simple, most people immediately assume that as soon as they’ve set up an account, their ads will flood the internet. A perfect idea for your Google Ads course is to explain why this is usually not the case; a business needs robust SEO tools, a well-defined audience, and decent funding for a successful Google Ads campaign.
If you’re already using Google Ads and know how they work, you may want to build a course explaining how to properly leverage Google Ads in combination with other marketing tools and services.
Google Ads Online Course Example
Charlie Brandt’s “$100k Launch & Scale” course was specifically designed to teach people how to scale their brands with Google and Facebook ads.
The course’s landing page features multiple testimonials from people who found success with his course thus creating social proof. He goes into live campaigns and shows specific details on what makes a winning ad set. If you’ve found success with PPC and you have something unique to share, consider creating a Google ads course and promoting it via YouTube, your blog, or on other social media platforms.
12. YouTube Video Marketing
YouTube is easily the most versatile platform on the internet. It’s used for education, marketing, entertainment, and even as a news source. Using it for marketing purposes almost guarantees good results.
If you’re making a course on this topic, you’ll want to eliminate guesswork and explain to your audience how to create memorable, non-intrusive videos; the ones they won’t skip or completely ignore.
YouTube Video Marketing Online Course Example
Back again with one more MeetKevin course. This time it’s for “Make Money And Build Passive Income With YouTube“.
With 7 figures in ad revenue generated, MeetKevin has created a channel that educates people about finance and has done quite well with it. His videos are long, detailed, and to the point. In this course he explains how to become successful on YouTube through teaching you about SEO, proper video length, editing workflows, producing content fast, etc.
13. Web Development
Web development is programming-heavy math, so getting better at it requires patience and regimented practice. Depending on your skills, you may have more than a few options for your online course on this topic.
If you plan to target beginner web developers, stick to the basics and provide as many examples as possible – which tools have the shallowest learning curves, and which coding languages/styles require the least effort to learn?
For more experienced developers, you may want to dive deeper into the realms of UX, web 3.0 development, or something more specialized, such as encryptions, how to build an IT infrastructure, and such.
Web Development Online Course Example
Looking for some inspiration on where to start with a web development course? “The Web Developer Bootcamp 2022” is a great example to pull inspiration from.
The standard path of evolution for most photographers is as follows – get a budget camera, practice taking pictures, sell your budget camera, buy a better one, and become a pro. Jokes aside, there’s more to photography than pinching pennies for quality gear, but that’s a completely valid theme for an exciting photography course – how to prioritize buying your photography gear.
Skills-wise, you may want to provide in-depth explanations of some of the most popular photographic techniques, such as light-track imaging, optical measurement, short timelapse photography, AOM, infrared photography, fluorescence, and such.
Photography Online Course Example
If photography is more up your alley, consider creating a photography course like “Jimmy Chin’s MasterClass“.
MasterClass is known for working with the best in the business and creating high-quality video content to teach specific topics. However, their videos aren’t super in-depth and are typically fairly short. If you have extensive experience in photography you might want to consider creating a course that covers everything an inexperienced photographer needs to know in order to create high-quality output and start garnering clients.
The art of cooking is very difficult to master. It goes without saying, talent is almost as important as actual skills, but what’s important is that it can be taught.
I would recommend avoiding making a course on recipes alone, although you should include a few whenever you want to illustrate a point. There are thousands of courses on cooking, boiling, and deep frying, but not that many on sautéing and smoking. Explore these techniques as deeply as you can, and you may be the next Jamie Oliver for your students.
Cooking Online Course Example
Another example from MasterClass is “Gordan Ramsey Teaches Cooking“.
Similar to the photography class, this MasterClass is extremely high-quality and features one of the best chefs in the world. You might be thinking “how can I compete with that”? Well, there are tons of different styles of cooking and you might want to consider focusing on one specific style. Heck, you could even create a course on how to meal prep going through the various meals and ways to prepare food for the week that will make people’s lives easier.
Numerous online yoga lessons and classes exist, so as you enter this market, expect a bit of competition.
There are dozens of yoga types, such as Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Kundalini, Aerial, Karma, Jnana, and more. Each of these types is a potential subject for your online course, although specializing may drive beginners away.
If you want to make a course for new yogis, I recommend teaching the fundamentals. Prepare a course that dissects the basic yoga exercises and breathing techniques, and add a segment about advanced lessons as a cherry on top.
Yoga Online Course Example
Another YouTube star that has various successful courses is “Yoga With Adriene“.
She has amassed over 11 million followers on YouTube through her high-quality yoga videos that teach you how to use yoga to achieve various outcomes. Things like out to use it for bed time, detox, stress relief, and more. Adriene provides free downloadable content on her website while also offering courses that range anywhere from $19.99 to $49.99.
17. Graphic Design
Online graphic design classes are an excellent way to make substantial money. Your options are almost limitless when it comes to selecting the topic of your course, as you can cater to gamer designers and go with 2D designs; cater to businesses with logo designs, cater to aspiring cartoonists by diving deeper into animations, and so much more.
I wouldn’t exactly recommend building a course for graphic design tools and apps. Dozens of websites dedicated to Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator already exist, not to mention that Adobe’s explainers and tutorial videos are already quite advanced.
Graphic Design Online Course Example
Graphic design is a broad topic and you can teach about many different programs and mythologies. Coursera’s “Graphic Design Specialization” does a good job at providing an overview of the basics to get started.
This course goes through the fundamental skills you need to be a graphic designer, how to communicate through image-making and typography, how to work in interface design, and more. For your own purposes, let’s say you’ve become an expert in a particular graphic design program. Whether that’s through your job or it’s just a side hustle you’ve developed, you can create an online course teaching other people how to use that program too.
18. WordPress Theme Development
WordPress is a comprehensive content management platform that was a godsend for people that don’t know how to code but want to build websites and optimize pages without paying hundreds of dollars.
Even though it’s much easier to memorize functions in WordPress than it is to learn an actual coding language, it’s still a process that can take a while without proper guidance. If you’ve picked WP Theme Development as your niche, my main recommendation would be to build a step-by-step course on developing a basic theme or something completely new.
Use templates and dissect the process of how other WP users made it. In some of the later steps, tweak the theme’s parameters and explain every action you’ve made in detail.
For more advanced users, consider showcasing some of the WordPress plugins you are using to develop themes.
WordPress Theme Development Online Course Example
WordPress runs 43% of all websites on the internet according to W3Techs. So creating a WordPress theme development course like “Complete WordPress Theme & Plugin Development” might be a great option for you.
The downside to creating this type of course is that there are a lot of free resources out there already. You’ll want to come up with something new and exciting that aspiring WordPress developers will want to learn. Basic theme development might be a good option if you’re experienced in using WordPress blocks for example, but rehashing the same content won’t get you many purchases.
19. Facebook Ads
Facebook advertising was made so easy that even complete laymen of technology can do it. The basic principle to utilize Facebook ads is to pay the platform a set amount of cash, and your content and pages will appear on hundreds of profile feeds.
Your course should be built around explaining the mechanisms that Facebook Ads is using. How does Facebook select your target audience? How does the platform gauge the quality of your content, and how is it prioritized in comparison to other users that are paying for the same service?
As an idea for a more advanced course, you can teach people how to optimize their content to make the most of every dime spent on Facebook ads, how to efficiently combine Facebook advertising efforts with other social media campaigns, or how to utilize third-party tools to launch DIY Facebook advertising campaigns.
Facebook Ads Online Course Example
Cat Howell is one of the best in the business when it comes to Facebook ads and her “DD Pro Membership” is a great course to look up to.
This course provides a clearly laid out process to help you master Facebook ads as well as connect you with potential clients. What’s more is that the membership also comes with 24/7 support to help you turn your Facebook ads around and start generating real ROI. The value of this course is quite immense although you’ll also pay a hefty price for it… $297/month to be exact.
20. Cyber Security
Cybersecurity revolves around detecting, reporting, and containing online threats. This line of work is best suited for IT companies that provide managed cybersecurity services, but if you’re proficient with leading programs such as Metasploit, Malwarebytes, or LifeLock, you can build a comprehensive course on how to properly leverage these tools to shield businesses from viruses and malware.
If you don’t feel like creating a “tutorial” course about apps or tools, you can make something simpler, such as “learning how to identify online threats”, “protecting your business from cyberattacks”, and such. Learn as much as you can about the newest forms of malware; Microsoft recently published a report on the latest ransomware, and I’m sure people will be quite willing to learn everything about it.
Cyber Security Online Course Example
If you’re looking to share your cyber security teaching with the world, check out “The Complete Cyber Security Course: Hackers Exposed” for inspiration.
This course goes over things like how to defeat online threats, how to start a career in cyber security, how to master encryption, and much more. According to Globe News Wire, the total market size for cyber security is expected to reach 376.32 Billion by 2029. This is a HUGE market and something you can take advantage of as it continues to grow by sharing your knowledge through a course.
21. Personal Branding
Behind every huge brand is a person or a company that helped them reach stardom by providing smart counsel. If you’re about to set your feet into the world of personal branding, know that you will enter a highly saturated market, or better said, machinery that has built the tapestry of today’s market.
Creating a course on personal branding is more difficult than collaborating with individual clients, learning about their needs, and creating a custom solution that could address their branding-related issues. That’s the reason why you will probably feel compelled to generalize certain aspects of branding, such as “things to avoid,” or “things you must do.”
Personal Branding Online Course Example
Udemy’s course “The Climb: 6 Steps to a Powerful Personal Brand” provides a good overview of things you should look for if you want to create your own personal brand course.
It starts with an exploration of what personal branding is and why it’s important. It then moves on to give advice on how to create a strong personal brand, including tips on how to differentiate yourself from others and choosing the right platform for your brand. This course has already been taken by over 8,300 students and has a 4.5 star rating on Udemy.
22. Teach an Instrument
All you need to teach an instrument online is a camera, a basic DAW (digital audio workstation), and the instrument you feel confident enough with.
If you want your online course to stand out from millions of nameless tutorials and explainers that people can access on YouTube for free, I recommend that you speak to your audience (as opposed to playing and providing context with subtitles).
Prepare videos for your course in advance. A solid DAW will help you maintain a high level of quality as you record, so you don’t have to worry about post-processing too much. Give a short lesson on the instrument, explain its main features, and don’t forget to name the gear that you’re using.
Teach an Instrument Online Course Example
Take “The Vocalist Studio” for example. This course provides a step-by-step course for everything a singer needs to know.
Its flagship product, The Four Pillars of Singing, offers over 180 lessons, specialized workouts, quizzes, support from the creator, and more. Although the course is charged at $199, it goes to show that you can charge a premium price if you offer a premium product. Build something with immense value and you’ll have customers knocking at your door to buy it.
23. Teach a Language
Online language teaching has been a thing for years, but it sparked up again after Covid hit. If you’re a multi-lingual person, now is the best time to start sharing your knowledge with the rest of the world.
Ideally, you should teach the language you are proficient in. It doesn’t have to be your native language, although I’m sure that there’s a demand for every language somewhere in the world.
If you’re only speaking one language and can’t decide which other language to pick up (to teach), I’d like to suggest a few. According to the latest Google Trends report, some of the most popular languages are Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, German, French, and Arabic.
Teach a Language Online Course Example
Take this “3 Minute French” course for example on Udemy. It has nearly 60,000 students and is rated 4.7 stars
There are tons of languages out there that people want to learn. If you can provide bite-sized lessons that encourage people to keep learning, you’ll be in high demand. This course for example is only 6 hours and 7 minutes but contains 134 lectures. This makes it easier for learners to work through lessons in less time and with each lesson they finish, they feel accomplished.
Artificial intelligence is one of the most complex topics you can dive into. Aside from the basic concepts, nearly all leading companies add their own personal touch to their AI tech, making it nearly impossible to catalog all the features, functions, and capabilities of contemporary AI machines, devices, platforms, and apps.
I am not an expert on AI by any stretch, and thus would be most inclined to attend a course on the basic artificial intelligence principles; what are the laws that all AI manufacturers need to abide by (regardless of country)? How is the performance of an AI measured, or how do you even build an AI, to begin with? These are some of the topics you may want to explore in deeper detail.
AI Online Course Example
The “Supervised Machine Learning” course on Coursera is an example of a course that begins to dive into some of these topics.
This course covers things like how to build machine learning models in Python and how to build and train supervised machine learning models. This stuff gets pretty in-depth and I’m sure that anyone who wants to learn about AI is willing to put the time and effort into doing it right. So if you have some knowledge in this space consider making a beginner’s guide to AI course. It’s truly one of those industries that’s still in its infancy but is bound to take off massively.
Meditation is rapidly gaining popularity as more and more people realize that physical and psychological burnout caused by our fast-paced way of living can no longer be neglected or ignored.
So, what do you need to set up a meditation course? Ideally, you should be a long-term practitioner, but even a vague understanding could get you far if you have a silver tongue.
There are several types of meditative practices popular among Western cultures, including mindfulness meditation, focused meditation, mantra meditation, progressive meditation, mantra meditation, and spiritual meditation. There aren’t too many courses that dive too deep into each of these, so consider either making individual courses or one mega-course that would encompass all six.
Meditation Online Course Example
One course to look at for inspiration is the “Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction” course.
This course contains 8 “sessions” each teaching you about mindfulness, meditation, stress reduction, and so on. If you’re someone who loves to encourage others to be more mindful or just want to share what you’ve learned through mediation with others, consider putting together a mediation or mindfulness course.
Drawing is a skill that has somewhat decreased in popularity due to many technological and digital art advancements. However, it is still a highly useful and regarded skill. Drawing can be used as an art form, communicate ideas, sketch out plans, create characters, and more.
There are many intricacies to drawing including different techniques, drawing tools, and styles. This can be frustrating for beginners who feel like they need to know everything before they can even start drawing. However, the most important thing for beginners is to just start practicing and not worry about being perfect.
Art Online Course Example
A few ideas you could create your course around could be to explain the basics of drawing, how to make a career out of drawing, create a community of drawers to share ideas and feedback, what drawing tools to use, etc. There is really a lot you can get into with a drawing course and you could even create a YouTube or TikTok channel showing time-lapsed videos of your own drawing examples. This could serve as a way for others to get inspired by what you do and then take action themselves to learn how.
The best online course ideas are the ones that are feasible, realistic, and sound exciting to you. There’s no point trying to learn a language simply because teaching Spanish to children halfway across the globe is popular.
I recommend using your talents and skills instead of adapting to what’s hip at the moment. If you’re working in the fashion industry, make a graphic design course. If you’ve been singing in the shower ever since you could walk, maybe it’s time to build a course for vocalists.
Whatever the case may be, I wish you good luck with your course and hope that some of these ideas have inspired you to take action.