How to Automate Scheduling Your Courses for Multiple Launch Dates

How to Automate Scheduling Your Courses for Multiple Launch Dates

Selling an online course is a fantastic way to generate passive income. By simply installing a WordPress Learning Management System (LMS) on your website and populating it with course content, you will be ready to engage and educate countless students with your expertise.

Several Learning Management Systems offer brilliant, robust solutions to create and sell online courses, however, their backend management of students enrolling at different times can become a bit bothersome for the course master. 

To solve this problem, Aspen Grove Studios  developed the Course Scheduler plugin. 

If you’re selling courses online, utilizing the Course Scheduler plugin can help you sell more courses and increase your profits. In the following post, we’ll show you how to install and set up the LMS Course Scheduler plugin compatible with Lifter LMS. 

How Does The Course Scheduler Plugin Work As the course master, from perfecting your course content to marketing, tending to pre-purchase queries and creating ways for peer exchange for your students, you’re juggling a lot of tasks. 

One area where many LMS’s  fall short is the management of of multiple students with varying start dates.

To provide for numerous students, the course master must  create multiple versions of the course, and issue this to each learner. As well as creating unnecessary entries in the website’s database, creating multiple courses can have a drastic effect on the efficiency of the course instructor’s availability. 

The Course Scheduler plugin completely obliterates this pain point  by allowing you to run the course as many times as necessary, giving you the power to set multiple start and end dates. 

With the Course Scheduler plugin, you’ll be able to:

Manage different intakes of students on a single course Set specific start and end dates for groups of

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How to Automate Scheduling Your Courses for Multiple Launch Dates

by Lisa-Robyn Keown time to read: 1 min