Learn how to start your own podcast


Discover all the tools and tech you need to get your podcast started. Plus get access to my weekly podcasting tips delivered straight to your inbox!

Illustration of a female podcaster

Create a professional sounding show from your lounge room

Starting a podcast can be a great way to get your message out into the world, build your brand, connect with potential customers or build stronger relationships with the ones you’ve got.

It can also be an amazing creative outlet if you’ve got a brain full to the brim with great ideas and you know there’s an audience out there just waiting to consume them.

When I started in radio two decades ago, if you wanted to host your own show you had to find a way to penetrate the vault-like broadcast industry.  But now, some of the biggest shows in the world exist entirely online and are created by people recording their show at home with zero radio experience.

But building a kick-arse podcast people love isn’t something that happens overnight.

It’s also not guaranteed. 

So if you want your podcast to be a success you have to make sure you start it the right way.

Going it alone can mean hours of Googling, lots of mistakes and a mountain of confusion about what went wrong.

So why not save yourself the punish of months (or years) of trial and error and fast-track your way to a successful podcast in PodSchool!

Are these things holding you back from starting a podcast?


What is PodSchool?

PodSchool is an online podcasting course designed to take you from no idea to nailing it and it was created by me… Rachel Corbett.

About Rachel CorbettI spent the first 12 years of my career in front of the microphone hosting breakfast and drive radio shows for some of the biggest networks in Australia and I’ve also hosted over ten podcasts including Google Australia’s first podcast, ReThink.

I’ve also worked behind the scenes as Head of Podcasts for two major audio networks, Mamamia and now Nova Podcasts, overseeing the creation and development of almost 60 shows

So, if you’re looking for someone who knows what they’re talking about when it comes to best-practice podcasting, you’ve come to the right place.

In PodSchool, I’ve taken all my years of professional knowledge and experience creating, recording, editing, promoting and presenting podcasts and put it all together in one place so you don’t have to spend months making mistakes you can avoid before you get started.

Plus you can do it all at your own pace because the videos are ready to go and you get a full year’s access to the materials which is plenty of time to get through everything and start podcasting.

I open up the course a few times a year so if you’re keen to find out when it’s open next you can join the waitlist anytime at the PodSchool website.

PodSchool testimonialPodSchool testimonial

What will you learn in PodSchool?

PodSchool is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to starting a podcast packed with lessons and tutorials that take you through every aspect of creating a successful show, including…

  • The common mistakes people make and how you can avoid them
  • Exactly what you need to set up a home studio, record your show and present it like a true professional
  • How to plan a show and come up with content that keeps your audience coming back for more
  • How to edit your show so you sound like a one-take wonder
  • How to add production so your podcast sounds polished and professional
  • How to promote your podcast and grow your audience
  • How to monetise your show

And so much more!

Want even more detail?  Check out this video where I take you through everything we cover step by step…


PodSchool really is your one-stop-shop if you want to find out how to get your big idea into people’s ears and make it a success.  

Ready to get started?

Click here to find out more about what’s included in the course and join the waitlist so we can get your podcast started together!

Got a burning podcasting question you’d like answered? Send me an email.

Want to start your own podcast but need a little help?  Download my “How To Start A Podcast” guide or sign up for my online podcasting course, PodSchool.

  1. Derry Rogers says:

    Can I record in GarageBand then import into Au for editing or can I record directly inside Au

    1. rcorbett says:

      Hey Derry, if you’re going to use Audition to edit I’d just record directly into that program. Thanks, Rach

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Discover all the tools and tech you need to get your podcast started. Plus get access to my weekly podcasting tips delivered straight to your inbox!