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We are looking for students to share their coach training experience with Coach Training Alliance on social media.

Would you be willing to create a video testimonial of your training experience and share some highlights from your own coaching practice? Or, would you be willing to post a written testimonial/review on Facebook or Google?

We plan on using these submissions on our testimonials page as well as featuring graduates in our weekly Coaching Compass Newsletter.

So, what’s in it for you?

This is a valuable way to share your experience and also gain visibility and credibility for your coaching business.

Help others on their journey towards becoming a coach by sharing your experiences with Coach Training Alliance with them!

For your video submissions – please answer the following questions in order and leave a 4-6 second pause in between each.

  • Introduce yourself.
  • Why did you choose CTA?
  • What is your coaching niche and how did you discover it?
  • What is the most powerful thing you have experienced or witnessed as a result of your training with CTA?

Tips for Recording a Video Review

5 best practices for online video recordings.

  • Prepare. Prepare. Prepare. You cannot prepare enough. Be sure to test your audio and video before recording. There is nothing worse than being midway in your recording, only to realize you selected the wrong mic, or your camera was turned off. Also, be sure you have some sort of script ready for your recording. It is always good to stay on track with some talking points prepared.
  • Always dress professionally. During any recording session, it is important to dress the part. While a suite and tie may not be necessary, overall professionalism in appearance will ensure that the audience is focused on the content of the session rather than your printed sweater or tousled hair-do.
  • Balance the lighting in your environment. When creating a video recording, you should use two light sources: one to light the room and the other to light your face. If you can, take advantage of any natural light from the windows. However, be sure to sit facing the windows to prevent glare.
  • Eliminate any background distractions. You don’t want your audience to be distracted by your background, so make it as simple and clean as possible. Be sure that your surrounding environment and any working neighbors are aware of your recording session, to avoid interruptions.
  • Simulate eye contact. An easy way to create virtual eye contact in online training sessions is to look directly into the camera. Be sure your camera is positioned so your eyes are roughly level with the lense of the camera. With this adjustment, it gives the impression that you’re talking directly to the audience.

Following these simple best practices can help you with your next video recording.

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