De course.

Do the course definition reflect the offer, the course is the execution. The dates, times, lecturer(s) and location(s) are recorded in a course. Think of open enrolment. Suppose the course 'Training Coachview' is offered three times a year. You will then create a course three times with the help of the corresponding course definition. Each of these three courses will have a different start and end date and perhaps different instructors and locations will be planned for each course. If a person is directly enrolled in the programme, a course request will be created for this person. The status of this course request is then 'Planned in'.


A course can have different statuses:


  1. To start: the course is planned and published. However, you do not yet know whether the number of participants will be sufficient for the course to continue. The training is therefore still optional.
  2. Definitive: the course will continue. There are enough participants or you decide that, despite not having enough participants, the course can still go ahead. You can now register the attendance and success.
  3. Executed: the last day of the course has been completed, but the evaluations still need to be completed and assessed and you may still need to invoice. You can no longer register or unsubscribe participants and you can no longer change the schedule.
  4. Finished: the administration is completely done, you are done with this course.

A course is displayed at status 1 to 3 in the course search screen. If the course has been given status 4, it will disappear from the list. If you search for the status of a course in the various search screens, the status 'Running' is displayed by default. This is not a real status, but the statuses 1 to 3 are summarised. If the course does not take place, it will be given the status 'Cancelled'.

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