You can create an Alpha in 4 steps!
 
Step 1 -  Log in using your email address to create a "My Alpha" account. 

Step 2 - Register your Alpha course by clicking on the red "Create an Alpha" button at the bottom of the black sidebar:

Step 3 - Answer a few basic questions about your Alpha such as: Who is your Alpha for? and What language are you running your Alpha in?:

Running 2 Alphas at the same time?

If you're running Alpha in different languages, please create a separate Alpha for each language. For instance, if you're running an Alpha in English and Farsi, please create TWO Alphas. You can download episodes with English audio and Farsi subtitles (subtitles are available in several languages). Most of the videos have English audio and subtitles in different languages. 


The most common languages will appear first, but you can click the "See more languages" link to access the whole list of languages in which Alpha is available.

Step 4 - The final step is to fill in details about your Alpha (start date, contact etc). This information is public (if you choose) so make it clear, descriptive and accurate. Don't worry if you make a mistake. You can edit this after you've created your Alpha.

We recommend that you link your church or organization here, even if you're running Alpha on your own. If your Church / Organization has never run an Alpha before, you can add the info once and use it for all the future Alphas you'll run.


Invite Your Community to Your Alpha!

Make sure to fill out the "Publish to Guests" section so that people in your neighbourhood can find your Alpha on the Alpha Canada's Try Alpha page and join!

Once you're happy with all the details, click "Create Alpha" at the bottom of the page and you'll see a page with all your resources. Now you'll have access to all the Alpha videos, training videos, small group questions, guest handouts and more. It's all free online!

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How do I set up my schedule & add my team?
How do I add team members so they have access to the resources?

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