The Deadmau5 masterclass was ok, and of course there are many great masterclasses and tutorials but I think what the OP is looking for is a scheduled class- or lesson-with-actual-teacher to give him/her structure and a mental push to actually sit down and do work. I can totally understand, as I have the same issue sometimes. Not everyone has this "drive" to always be creating music and motivate themselves, even though they generally enjoy music production. Sometimes it helps to actually have a weekly schedule were you just have to make something, so you don't get too stuck in the "tweak a loop forever without a deadline" mode. I think this is also the basis of Mike Monday's courses, to get you to just put in the time regularly and finish tunes, even if they are not "perfect", simply because the only way to get better is to get through those imperfect (bad, crap, shitty etc ;)) tracks to get out the good stuff.
I can also suggest to form a producer group (email, facebook, whatever) and share commitments and report to the group regularly with results, thoughts and reflections.
To create music (finish tracks in Mike Monday terms) is more important than getting knowledge before you start. MM has a free starter thing now for some recurring thing called One Mission, that doesn't bind you to continue, that presents some of his core tools
. Only these 7 are gold, also for the experienced in many cases. People already churning out tracks should probably just continue with that.
I realize this is sidestepping the OP's question somewhat. But production techniques can also be learned in parallel with "how to be productive" classes like MM's. A personal trainer probably can teach both approaches but I assume this varies.