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Hello, I have been a student on Udemy for around 2 years and have registered for dozens of courses in various topics. I am now getting started as an instructor. I am almost 80% done with the material for my first course and will soon start creating the videos. Before I upload the first videos, I wanted to ask a couple of questions.

 

I am also a corporate trainer and have my own company (incorporation). If I want to teach on Udemy as this corporation which I think quite a few do, is there something I need to do in particular such as write to Udemy about my company? Also, do I have to separate these two accounts completely - student and instructor? When I register for courses as a student, I use the courses for my own learning and not to train employees (I don't have any employees).

 

I already have the other things setup - company bank account, PayPal account etc.

 

Thanks in advance,

Shiv

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Hi @shivkiyer , welcome to the community!

You can continue taking courses as an instructor. Before your course goes live, your account goes through a verification process first with our verification team which you can contact here verification@udemy.com. This process is done only once and you will not have to do this for every course you publish. However, I suggest you contact them there and let them know about the kind of account you'd like use on our platform.

 

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Hi,

 

I launched my first course. I teach as a company. My instructor name is my own name and not the company's name, so there was no need to provide proof of incorporation etc. The linking of the Paypal account is also through email, so again no problem there.

If you want the instructor name to appear as your company name, I suggest that you write to verification@udemy.com and ask them specifically how they will verify your company.

 

Regards,

Shiv

 

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Hi @shivkiyer , welcome to the community!

You can continue taking courses as an instructor. Before your course goes live, your account goes through a verification process first with our verification team which you can contact here verification@udemy.com. This process is done only once and you will not have to do this for every course you publish. However, I suggest you contact them there and let them know about the kind of account you'd like use on our platform.

 

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Hi,

Thank you for the quick response. I'll contact Udemy on that email.

Cheers, Shiv

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Hi, 

 

I just wonder, did you contact verification team? Is it possible to teach as an organization? 

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Hi,

 

I launched my first course. I teach as a company. My instructor name is my own name and not the company's name, so there was no need to provide proof of incorporation etc. The linking of the Paypal account is also through email, so again no problem there.

If you want the instructor name to appear as your company name, I suggest that you write to verification@udemy.com and ask them specifically how they will verify your company.

 

Regards,

Shiv

 

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Thanks Shiv. Will contact them then. 

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