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Train the Trainer Part 3: Recording 101

Train the Trainer Part 3: Recording 101

Train the Trainer Part 3: Recording 101

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You know what you want to teach and you may have already taught it in person. But how do you translate your knowledge into a professional, enjoyable online course? 

You’re in the right place. In this course, the Embodia videography and video editing team will introduce you to the world of recording.

There are many different ways to create an online course and deciding which method is right for you and the content you are teaching is important. We will guide you through this decision making process.

In this course, you will learn:

  • The different ways that you can record content for online education;
  • An overview of several camera types, ranging from DSLRs to phone cameras;
  • How to choose which recording style suits your content;
  • General framing, lighting, and audio advice to avoid common mistakes;
  • Techniques to properly use a variety of cameras and microphones; and
  • Options for recording your screen and audio from your computer.

By taking this course, you will be able to record your own content confidently so that it can be shared with patients and / or practitioners all over the world.

By the end of this course, you will:

  • Know the best option for recording your content;
  • Understand videography techniques that will allow you to achieve your vision for your course or exercise content; and
  • Feel more confident as you enter into the recording stage of your course


This course is for new and returning instructors that want to record their own audio/video content.

This course is part of the Train the Trainer series:

  • Train the Trainer Part 1: An Introduction to Embodia 
  • Train the Trainer Part 2: How to Create Your Content 
  • Train the Trainer Part 3: Recording 101
  • Train the Trainer Part 4: Sell Your Course
  • Train the Trainer Part 5: Analytics

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See you on the course!

The instructors
Embodia Academy

Embodia is Canada's largest online education learning platform for physiotherapists and healthcare professionals. We believe that learning is an ongoing process and the best way to remain passionate and effective as a practitioner is to open yourself up to new techniques, methods and beliefs. Embodia gives you all the accredited continuing education you need to stay up to date on the latest treatments and advances from the comfort of your own home. Increase compliance and minimize patient discharge with the Home Exercise Program app and an all-star line-up of instructors that will teach you the business side of being a successful PT so you can accelerate your career to become a well respected, in demand, and well paid PT who patients love.
Course Material included in this course
  • Getting Started
  • Welcome
  • Options for Recording
  • Screen Capture
  • Audio and Power Point
  • Recording Yourself
  • Professional Videography
  • Live Event Recording
  • Camera Types
  • Webcams
  • Phones
  • Camcorders
  • DSLRs
  • Cameras to Avoid
  • Camera Operation
  • Tripod vs. Handheld
  • Format
  • Exposure
  • Composition
  • Lighting
  • Soft vs. Hard Light
  • Contrast: High Key vs. Low Key
  • Colour Temperature
  • Controlling Light
  • Teaching in Front of a Camera
  • What Not to Wear
  • Eyeline
  • Reading Slides
  • Speed of Delivery
  • Audio
  • Background Noises
  • Echo / Reverb
  • Varieties of Microphone
  • Methods of Recording
  • Positioning a Microphone
  • Audio Frequency
  • Audio Samples
  • Conclusion and What's Next
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