- Managing Courses in the Admin Back Office
- Section 1: Accessing Course Management
- Section 2: Adding a New Course
- Section 3: Managing Existing Courses
- Section 4: Best Practices for Course Management
Managing Courses in the Admin Back Office #
This section will guide you through the process of managing courses within the Admin Back Office through the Coaching module. Courses are essential for delivering valuable content to your users, whether in the form of videos or PDF documents.
Section 1: Accessing Course Management #
1. Access the Coaching Module: #
To manage courses, first, log in to your Admin Back Office account. From the main dashboard, navigate to the Coaching module.
2. Manage Courses: #
Within the Coaching module, you’ll find the “Manage Courses” section. This is where you can control and organize the tutorials and educational content you wish to provide to your users.
Section 2: Adding a New Course #
1. Adding a New Course: #
To add a new course, click on the “Add” or “Create New Course” button, depending on the interface. You will be directed to the “Add Course” page.
2. Course Details: #
Fill in the required details for the course:
Course Title: Provide a clear and concise title for the course.
Course Type: Specify whether the course is in video or PDF format.
Description: Write a brief description of the course content.
Upload Course: Attach the video or PDF file for the course.
Category: Assign the course to a relevant category for better organization.
Status: Set the status to “Active” or “Inactive” to control course availability.
Save: Click the “Save” or “Submit” button to add the course.
Section 3: Managing Existing Courses #
1. Edit or Delete Courses: #
You can edit or delete existing courses as needed. Locate the course you wish to modify in the “Manage Courses” section and click on the “Edit” or “Delete” option, depending on your requirements.
Section 4: Best Practices for Course Management #
1. Organize Courses Thoughtfully: #
Categorize courses logically to make it easier for users to find the content they’re looking for.
2. Keep Content Updated: #
Regularly update and refresh course content to ensure its relevance and accuracy.
3. Test Accessibility: #
Check that all video and PDF courses are accessible and functional for users.
4. Monitor User Engagement: #
Track user engagement with your courses to identify which content is most popular and effective.
Managing courses within the Admin Back Office through the Coaching module is crucial for delivering valuable educational content to your users. By following these steps and best practices, you can effectively organize and provide access to courses that will enhance the user experience and add value to your platform.