PEP Talk Series: A Demo
Do you have expert knowledge in a particular area of your profession? We’re continuously looking for experts in their field to provide content for our PEP Talk Series – an educational portal launching on October 4 for parents and caregivers. Our target demographic for this series is caregivers with children under eight, and it is geared toward individuals who may not be able to afford a service you offer otherwise.
Due to our selected audience, we ask that you be mindful when providing advice and material in your courses (for example: self-care might look different to someone who is in a “survival” mindset, who comes from another cultural background, who has a different set of values etc. – and we want to be respectful of those differences).
View the invitation to become a PEP Talk Series expert with the link below for more information on our goal with this program.
Want to be creative with your video? Here’s a list of video styles you can consider, with software suggestions to effectively conquer your video content (don’t feel obligated to get this fancy, but it’s here for the taking).
You don’t have to have just one piece of downloadable content. Maybe you want your viewers to have a copy of your slide presentation, but you also want to provide them with a worksheet. Great! you can add some content here (“Additional Content”) with a description and a button/ link to the material.
How to Provide Your Content
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your video, text for your one-page course, as well as your downloadable content (in .pdf format).
If you have any questions regarding your material, feel free to message the email above at any time.
Professional title & entity you’re representing.
This is your biography, where individuals will learn all the credentials that make you an expert in your field, including your current contact information so families can request further (free or paid) services. Feel free to add your rates here as well if you require service or product fees (see “copy of slides” link above for more info).