Chinese tech major Xiaomi on Friday announced Redmi Creator Academy (RCA) for millions of aspiring content creators. The masterclasses are aimed at providing industry’s best learning practices to aspiring content creators. The sessions will start from April 6, 2020, across the Redmi India YouTube channel, and will be conducted daily throughout the week for free-of-cost.
The company revealed that this masterclass is aimed at making “constructive use” of the national lock-down period. Redmi also revealed that the “inaugural season” of the Redmi Creator Academy will kick off from April 6. This online skill academy will go on for five days to conclude on April 10.
The company revealed more details regarding the master class in a dedicate post in the India sub-forum of the Mi Community. Let’s check out the details for the upcoming event.
According to the forum post, Redmi has also teamed up with multiple content creators across multiple categories to formulate these classes. These classes will likely help budding content creators to “upgrade” their skills during the lockdown.
Xiaomi will release these classes on the Redmi India YouTube channel for free. The first season of the Redmi Creator Academy will focus on “How to become a YouTuber?” Xiaomi has also asked interested readers to head to the YouTube channel to subscribe and turn on the notifications. This will ensure that interested content creators don’t miss out on any of the classes.
Redmi India also plans to grow its “Redmi Creator Academy” into a comprehensive platform for new creators across multiple fields. The company has teamed up with 10 speakers and moderators across multiple fields to focus on five different topics. Talking about the topics, the Academy will focus on creative writing on Monday, and the legal aspects of YouTube on Tuesday. Wednesday is reserved for “Production Workflow”, with Thursday fixed for “Publishing & SEO Best Practices”. The academy will focus on “Social Media Marketing” on Friday.
Founded in April 2010, Xiaomi is currently the world’s fourth-largest smartphone brand and has established the world’s leading consumer IoT platform, with more than 235 million smart devices connected. In July 2019, the company made it to the Fortune Global 500 list for the first time and was also the youngest company to do so.