Becoming a Learning Content Curator Course

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Make curating learning content a breeze

The internet has truly transformed the way in which we consume and share knowledge. With an infinite amount of information available right at our fingertips, the possibilities for learning are endless.

Organisations are now increasingly looking to take advantage of this within their learning and development strategies. They need Learning Content Curators who can take this wealth of content available and curate it to ensure it’s factually correct, relevant and implemented in a fluid way to create an engaging learning experience.


But what if you’re not a Learning Content Curator?


At Jam Pan, we believe all learning professionals have transferable skills which can be evolved to help find, filter, share and add value to the learning resources you curate. Within this course, we’ll provide you with the solid foundation you need to start curating impactful learning programmes. And the best part is it’s completely free! What more could you ask for? Get started today!

Wow! This course has been really insightful and Informative. The topics covered speaks to the Modern L&D Roles within teams and the diverse set of skills required to be effective in supporting & delivering on business objectives. Well curated with purpose, informative and contextual for the audience thank you for this opportunity and great course programme.

Chad Thomas Learning Technology Consultant

What to expect…

Step 1: Get sent course material

The course will be delivered through a series of emails, each covering a different topic.

Step 2: See content curation in action

The course contains a mixture of both created AND curated content to give you a practical insight into how this concept works when used in a learning setting.

Step 3: Receive your certificate!

Once you’ve finished, we’ll provide you with your very own certificate to certify you’ve completed the course!


Have any questions about this course or what it takes to become a content curator? Looking for further advice on making the move into freelancing? Get in touch  we’d love to help.

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What is a content curator?

A content curator finds valuable and relevant content from other sources and shares the best information with followers on their online channels in a structured way. It’s a faster way to engage followers by providing great content from a single source.


What are the benefits of content curation?

– Save time. By sharing content that others create, you save the time of having to create original content daily.

– Become an expert in your niche. Identifying and curating the very best content shows that you’re in the know about your industry and its trends.


What are some examples of curated content?

–  Sharing links on social media

– Sending email newsletters to customers

– Curating information in a blog post

– Sharing a client’s photo or review

What’s the difference between content creator and curator?

A content creator creates original material from scratch. However, a content curator collects content from other sources and shares them with their followers. A strong content marketing strategy requires you to post content frequently on all your platforms so, content curating can be a successful and time-saving strategy for businesses.