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Setting up your account informationContent GuideTerms and ConditionsMAKING YOUR COURSE SHINE

Setting up your account information:

Okay here is the fork in the road….. follow the path that applies to you….

If you have a course on Teachable

just send us the URL… its that easy. We pass it along to our rep at Teachable and your course will be duplicated into our school.

If you have a course on another platform

gather your material and make it fit the Teachable template.

If you don’t have a course anywhere but want to make one….

We suggest that you read below articles

What happens once I have my course material together?

We will give you log in information and a window of time to hop in and start building your course. It will be very important that when given this window you use the time effectively and have all your material ready to go.

Setting up your account Live 121 Learning

HERE is a very handy article to help you understand how a Live 121 Learning works and how you can list your services.

For Live 121 Learning – we will set up your page for you. However, we will need 5 pieces of text from you. We have made this chart so you can see the what’s and whys. Once you gather your text, head over to this form and fill in the details.

Text 1Text 2Text 3Text 4Text 5
What is it used for?Over main imageThis sits directly under your main image.This goes next to your picture example.Post purchase Thank you Page. You can keep this generic and use on all your different subjects. You may even personalize them for each subject.This is for your general bio (if this is your first live 121 listing please include this. If you have previously listed a 121 with a general bio, there is no need to re-enter this.)
What should it say?A short, descriptive sentence about your coaching.“Use this Text block to tell your course or coaching’s story.
Write anything from one-liners to detailed paragraphs that tell your visitors more about what you’re selling.
This block – along with other blocks that contain text content – supports various text formatting such as header sizes, font styles, alignment, ordered and unordered lists, hyperlinks and colours.”
“Use this Image with Text block to balance out your text content with a complementary visual to strengthen messaging and help your students connect with your product, course, or coaching. You can introduce yourself with a profile picture and author bio, showcase a student testimonial with their smiling face, or highlight an experience with a screenshot.”“Example Text

Use this block to let your clients know what to expect and welcome them to your coaching sessions.
This block – along with other blocks that contain text content – supports various text formatting such as header sizes, font styles, alignment, ordered and unordered lists, hyperlinks and colours.”

Share your experience, education, your passion, teaching style and what students can expect from you. We have found a bio works best when you write about yourself in third person.

Content Guide:

We’re not a big fan of rules (you might even call us rule breakers), but even budding anarchists need some general guidelines. 

We’re trying to build a solid community of trusted, growth-committed folks so we’re laying out some basics to make sure we’re all on the same page:
Compassion and respect only – No hate speech, discriminatory language, or tasteless content such as bashing others, fat-shaming, etc.

  • Animals are here with us, not for us – Obviously no animal exploitation or promotion of it in any form.

  • Anti-speciesist content only – Please be mindful of your language choices. For example, referring to an animal as your pet implies ownership, and we discourage this kind of language. Let’s challenge the paradigm and think more deeply about our relationship with the beloved friends of all species we share our life with!

  • Peace and non-violence – We don’t allow for any promotion of violent behavior or actions on our platform.

  • Valuing diversity and different lived experiences – No exclusionary content that puts down or harms others of different backgrounds, abilities, cultures, gender identities, sexual orientations, races, income/class backgrounds, or any other aspects of identity.

  • IVWT values ALL vegans, and all are welcomed and included on our site.

  • Keep it PG – Though we celebrate all bodies and love to see you thriving, we have vegans of all ages on our site and therefore we don’t allow for full nudity or explicit sexual content on the IVWT V School.

  • Stay legal – We support and embrace the wonderful healing power of plant medicine; however, our platform does not endorse the use or promotion of illegal substances. 

  • No scams or spam – Keep your get rich quick and pyramid schemes away from us please! 

  • Ethics for all – No promotion of unethical labor practices. We support rights for both human and nonhuman animals. 

Terms and Conditions:

We’re not a big fan of rules (you might even call us rule-breakers), but even budding anarchists need some general guidelines. We’re trying to build a solid community of trusted, growth-committed folks so we’re laying out some basics to make sure we’re all on the same page.

You are responsible for making sure all content is legal. We will not review content for legality. We ONLY review to try our utmost to ensure all content is vegan. If you are promoting, selling, or engaging others in illegal activities, that’s on you. If we see something that is so obviously illegal we are going to shut that down.

KEEP IT LEGAL.

Do not do anything to intentionally harm other course creators. If you occupy the same space (i.e course topic) There will be enough room for everyone to support each other. That is our mission.

These terms will likely be updated of time. We will email you letting you know to check the latest updates.

Provide factual information – If you are giving an opinion it is advised that you express it is your opinion. Guessing or making up information is harmful to others.

Your course will be all original material and does not infringe on any intellectual property rights. If you use material that causes IVWT to obtain licenses your course will either be removed or you will have to pay the fees (i.e royalty fees)

If you are stating you have qualifications for example, a Ph.D. in Metaphysical Humanistic Science, then you better have that Ph.D. in Metaphysical Humanistic Science. What we’re saying is don’t bulk up your resume with false information.

As we’re hosted by Teachable, it is a good idea to be aware of their own T&Cs too.

MAKING YOUR COURSE SHINE:

IMAGES:

We wanted to share a few tips and tricks to get your course material popping.

To create strong visual graphics we recommend using a free software called Canva. It is very easy to use and quick to produce quality graphics.

Time poor? Why not hire the services of a content creator from the IN VEGANS WE TRUST Marketplace. Support a fellow vegan and get some original work created.

If you need images you can find a ton of amazing free photos on platforms like Unsplash.
If you have any questions on creating your course, please get in touch.

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