Orifunke Lawal

Canva Course for Businesses

Canva is a design software with easy-to-tweak and ready-to-use templates for people with no formal design background. 

Running a small business on a budget comes with a lot of challenges. Part of this is having to rely on a graphics designer to create all your social media and marketing designs. 

Unless you do have the money, your best bet is to learn how to design your necessary and daily designs yourself pending the time you are able to hire or outsource to a professional designer.

About the Canva Growth Program for Businesses

This Canva course for small businesses teaches entrepreneurs and freelancers how to create different designs for their businesses by giving them trainings and giving them access to instructors for a period of 21 days. 

The course comes in two major forms: 

1. The training (which comes in the first few days of the program so participants can be familiar with designing generally and designing with Canva).

2. The coaching (where participants are assigned to instructors who will give them feedback on their designs over a period of 21 consecutive days)

The program is a certified one under the Orifunke Lawal Academy. 

What You Will Learn from this Course


  • Social Media Designs
  • Business Videos
  • Marketing Fliers
  • Business Pitches and Proposals
  • Letterheads
  • Business Cards
  • Design thinking and psychology
  • Canva design elements (like fonts, shapes, illustrations, etc)
  • Understanding Business Funnels & Basic Strategies
  • Developing a Consistent Visual Identity for Your Business


This Canva course for businesses runs for THREE WEEKS


At the end of the course, certificates and assessments will be awarded to graduating participants. This will also be coupled by a virtual graduation party/project defence


Registration into the Canva Growth Program for Businesses is N10,000 only. However, early registration (till the 6th of September) is at a 50% discount of N5,000. 

The course starts on the 15th of September, 2020.

Please, let me know what you think.

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