I’m Joshua, I live in Australia and sell on FBA. This post featuring Amazon FBA Courses in Australia is going to show you the top 3, based on my thoughts, opinions and experiences. I also sell on eBay, but I learned this only after starting my Amazon journey. The knowledge of these courses to eBay and other marketplaces such as Shopify very easily.
Thoughts from an Aussie Amazon seller
I’ve been blogging here for many years. This has become a resource-base, a place where you can get help. A place featuring the tools, courses and strategies that have been influential in my journey. Today I own several eCommerce businesses, including 2 on Amazon FBA selling exclusively in USA. You can do this, as I have done. I believe in you.
I’ve taken quite a number of Australian Amazon courses. Now, in 2019, there’s quite a few on the market. The trick is finding the right one for you, the person who resonates the most. The mentor, the friend, and the person with the experience to get you to the destination.
The 3 Amazon FBA courses I would recommend for Australians
So let’s get into the list of the best Amazon courses in Australia, particularly if you want to sell on FBA. Note: I’ve listed this based on student volumes, plus student feedback and course reputation.
1. Reliable Education
Adam Hudson’s juggernaut. This course is HUGE. Intense. And most of all, fantastic for content. Over 7,000+ students have done this course, and most of these are Australians. Don’t join this course unless you’re prepared to work. Yes – it is for beginners, but only those who are motivated and ready. This course is the most expensive to keep the standards high.
2. Blue Sky Amazon
Sophie Howard takes the 2nd spot. Her friendly personality and simple success system has helped her through the process. It can help you too. Her course content is excellent, and the women’s perspective is refreshing to see. She also travels to NZ frequently, so you’ll benefit from (future) local events as the student numbers grow if you happen to live across the ditch.
3. Import Export Coaching
Alex Ryan takes the 3rd spot on the list. His course is good and there is some more personal support offered. He’s still starting out on his journey though has been selling on eBay for many years. His course is a little cheaper but I found some questionable things on his website as you can read about, though genuinely thing he’s a good teacher.
You can read more here: www.workwithjoshua.com/alex-ryan-review-import-export-coaching-courses-australia/
4. A to Z Formula
I promised just 3, but no doubt some people will ask about Brendan Elias who ties in 3rd place with Alex. You’ll learn about wholesale, merch, arbitrage and a few other strategies. The content isn’t as in-depth, but it’s still excellent! Of all the teachers listed here, Brendan has been at this for 10 years now.
You can read more here: www.workwithjoshua.com/a-to-z-formula-fully-reviewed-by-an-experienced-amazon-seller/
Another one worth mentioning is Neil Asher. His course is just $77/month or after 24 months equals almost $2,000. He also runs workshops in Australia and is the most affordable option around.
What course should I pick?
The best you can afford. Seriously, it’s that simple. I’ve spent $40,000+ on personal development and courses since 2009. That has been
Chances are, you’ve only got the funds for one course. The course costs between the three of these are minimal. Go for the best.
Can’t I learn this on YouTube?
No, you simply can’t. I’d challenge you to find me a FULL course that covers every step on how to sell on Amazon through YouTube. You won’t find one.
You’ll find videos on tips.
You’ll find videos on strategies.
But the full formula? You’ll need a course for that, from someone that has been in the trenches.
Many, many hours of video have gone into creating the courses you’re looking at above. Not scattered information from a questionable YouTuber, one who likely makes his living off videos, not from Amazon.
Besides, no one values free things. Well, unless you’ve found a free guide that I’ve offered here to my readers. 🙂 I’ve had a lot of excellent praise for them. I create them as gifts to my readers.
The free videos on YouTube are actually a lead-in to the channel creator’s course anyway. Except it doesn’t come with student conferences or phone mentoring. I’ve noticed that Facebook groups from YouTuber courses are also ghost towns generally.
If you invest in one of the 3 courses listed, you’ll very likely want to go through to completion. Just like you have financially invested your current career or business.
The truth about Australian Amazon FBA courses
I earn a full time living on Amazon. It’s great. Some days I hardly believe that I’ve been able to achieve this lifestyle. I’m sure I’m the envy of many people. I don’t share that to impress you. I’m not one of those people. I just wanted you to know it wasn’t always this way.
I was a beginner like you. Selling on Amazon isn’t easy. It’s not hard. It’s just that, you need to be prepared to do 50 different steps to make it happen. From looking at
Experiences in my journey
I started with paying several thousand dollars for an Amazon course in 2015. I went live in 2017 and in 2018 reached a full time income. Again, not easy. But doable.
Here’s what I’ve learned….
- Beginners can do this, but you need to be realistic and have
- The full process takes some time (expect 2 years here to find your feet)
- Some days you’ll hate Amazon
FBA,because customers can be tough
- Some days you’ll just want to quit this, and many people actually do
- There are many steps involved in the process to get yourself live on FBA
- Dealing with Chinese suppliers is actually easy, once you learn the ropes
- A trip to the Canton Fair is recommended & essential (I’ve done a few!)
- It’ll be a juggling act at times, so you need to be really quite organized
- You’ll need capital to get started. $5,000 minimum. $10,000 ideally.
That’s what these courses don’t really cover that much. At least, only briefly in their marketing towards prospective students (you) with more focus on the upsides. At least with me as an Amazon seller, you’ll get an insiders viewpoint. A dude whose been in the game for a while. A person you can count on. I’ve got your back.
Almost every Amazon seller today is going to agree with me on those points too. And every seller started off as a beginner too. Best of all, it’s still early days for Amazon. This opportunity is even better than it was when I started! I don’t wish I
The upsides that these courses teachers talk about is REAL.
- YES – You can start learning Amazon FBA today
- YES – You can build a real FBA business in time
- YEP – You can eventually quit your current job
- YES – Amazon is certainly growing year on year
- YEP – The Chinese genuinely want to help you succeed
- YES – There are hundreds of Aussies earning money on Amazon
- YES – This is the best opportunity to generate online income in 2019
That’s what I genuinely believe, based on my experience. I’m in the trenches as a real Australian Amazon seller. What you choose to do now, is up to you. The door is open.
My final thoughts
I do hope you’ve found the right Australian Amazon course for you within this guide. Remember, the process to become an Amazon seller takes time, especially if you’ve got no eCommerce experience prior. Mine was minimal, and I certainly had never sold a physical product online before.
I’m just happy that I started. That today I get to enjoy this lifestyle that many would dream of. But it’s not a dream. It’s actually possible. Possible for you, and I believe that you can do it too. You’ve got this!
That’s not hype at all actually. I genuinely care about people finding success on Amazon. Whichever course you choose to do is up to you.
I look forward to crossing paths at the Canton Fair at some stage. Or perhaps at a Conference. Either way, I hope I’ve been of value to you here my friend.
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