a. You'll know the requirements so you can be considered a good "candidate" to be a VA (physical, mental, skills, etc)b. Websites and Skills and Programs you need to study because you'll need them as a VAc. You'll know exactly what I tell my VAs to do, so you'll know the how easy or complex it is.d. How to communicate properly with your offsite boss (this is the most critical skill and attitude as a VA).e. How to negotiate or justify your "rate" (how much you'll receive or want to receive as VA).f. What two buttons on the keyboard will become your best friend as a VAg. The correct daily attitude towards your virtual boss to ensure smooth work flow and happiness for both of you.h. How to make a SHINY and effective resume for VA employment.i. Common misconceptions regarding VAsj. Personal positive and negative realizations of existing VAs (people I've worked with)k. How to cope with the eventual overwhelm if it happens (work load)l. You'll find out how I started in this VA business (as a boss and trainer)
Note: Again this is NOT a technical course. If I discussed ALL programs in STEP BY STEP fashion, it will take more than a month non-stop. This is the introductory course that you can build on. If you can investigate how to use (for example, SKYPE) a program on your own, then you're going to be fine as a VA. However if you need more training --more training programs (session 2 and 3) are coming up.
a. Access to the Video (not LIVE video)b. Access to the Audioc. Access to the Presentation materials and bonusesd .It's not via webcam.e. It's not live.f. It's self-paced training.g. There will be assignments at the end, you need to do those to "pass".h. Upon passing the "assignments", you get only ONE SHOT so check your work before submitting them.