In Coachview it is possible to create variants on a course definitions. The variant is largely the same as the original programme type, but may have different sales lines and action templates.
When can you use it?
- Participants of different coursesspend a number of days together in the classroom (see e.g. 1).
- Participants can follow the entire learning trajectory or one or more modules from this learning trajectory (see e.g. 2).
- You want to carry out the administration from one programme and not spread over several courses.
- Participants pay different prices (see e.g. 1 and 2).
- The same actions must be carried out at different times. Each participant must be invited 2 weeks before the class starts, but participants can start their training at different times.
The original course definition contains all possible lessons (parts) and is used to create, plan and administer the training. You plan the dates, teachers and locations, invite the participants and teachers, create attendance lists, register attendance, success and results, send and analyse the evaluation, invoice etc.
The variant course definition is used to register a participant for a number of lessons (parts) of the course. The variant course definition determines what a participant has to pay for it and determines when you have to perform certain tasks. A variant does not contain all possible lessons but has a number of the total number of lessons in common. Because a variant is linked to the original course definition, it is possible to register participant requests for the variants in a course created with the original course definitions.
Both the original course definition and / or only the variants, with the associated planning and costs, can be shown on the education portal.