Courses

Anchorspace offers twice monthly courses to its members for free (memberships start at $19/month to access this entire course portal). 

Courses on this site are also for sale individually for $25 each.

You might wonder with all the free content online, why you’d appreciate paying for a course. Some reasons include:

  • These courses are produced and include things like handouts other supplemental materials included with the audio or video recording. These not only provide additional context but are created or chosen by the course instructor as the best resources they know, which can save you hours of research.
  • The courses are given by local experts, not some internet hot shots who are too busy to answer your email followup question. They are smart enough that we asked them to present but accessible enough that you can learn further from them, if you like, and even meet them in real life!
  • You don’t know what you don’t know. If you don’t know where to start or even if you’re confused about how parts of a concept fit together, watching 20 hours of Youtube videos might leave you feeling overwhelmed. Someone who knows the material can give you an outline, vocabulary words you can use to narrow your searches, and a context that helps you remember and implement the material.

We spend hours with our instructors planning, recording, and publishing these courses and if you are not 100% satisfied with your investment, you can contact us and we’ll provide a full refund. But with hundreds of satisfied attendees, we know we’re on the right track.

Happy Professional Developing! 

Free

Starting A Food-Based Business (New York State)

Created in partnership with the Cornell Cooperative Extension.

$25

Holding A Virtual Event In Zoom

Ready to learn the 201 version of Zoom? This class is an intro to virtual event design and how to use Zoom more dynamically than you have been.

$25.00

Hosting A Virtual Event In Second Life

Free

Design Your Own Business Card

Does your business card need a revamp? Graphic designer Catherine LaPointe Vollmer gives us best practices with examples of great and terrible business cards and a tutorial of how to use Canva to create them.

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