Welcome to the Cash Your Passion Instructor Handbook! This resource is designed to help you translate
your passion into an engaging, actionable, and high-quality Cash Your Passion course.
Cash Your Passion instructors are everyday creators, entrepreneurs, and skilled experts — people like
you! You don’t need to have experience teaching or be well known to publish your first course and grow
your following. This handbook provides all the guidance you need to create an engaging, interactive and
high-quality course — You’ve got this!
How Cash Your Passion Courses Work
Cash Your Passion courses are authentic, actionable, and designed to help students take what they learn
into the real world and earn from their skills. Focusing on in-demand creative and vocational skills.
On the Cash Your Passion platform, students take courses at their own pace with an 8 weeks access.
They carry out assignments to practice what they’ve learned. As an instructor, you get to facilitate this
unique learning experience, and this starts with understanding Cash Your Passion’s pedagogy (approach
- Focused and Digestible: Cash Your Passion courses, on average, include 20-45 minutes of pre-
recorded video content broken down into a series of short videos. Research shows that students
get the most from courses that are focus-driven due to ever reducing attention span of
millennials. Hence our instructors are onboarded for their expertise on one specific vocation,
concept, or skill. This digestible format allows for focused and engaged learning.
- Project-Based: All courses on the Cash Your Passion platform include a fun project that helps
students to practice what they have learned. Creating and sharing projects, as well as providing
feedback which is pivotal to online learning.
Course Quality Guidelines
Our goal is for every student to have an unforgettable experience while learning on the Cash Your
Passion skills acquisition platform.
All courses on Cash Your Passion must fulfil the following requirements and meet the set-out objectives.
If they don’t, they may not be onboarded by our team.