uQualio Welcome Course

Course Management

The course manager overview makes it easy to manage all of your courses! The course management feature allows you to assign managerial roles, build course directories, channels, and other targeted options to enable you to manage all your courses, easily.

Course Management Roles  

  • Account managers: Super Admin ​
  • Content managers: Can create content and publish content, however they have no access to user data. Ideal for external consultants. 
  • Channel managers: Can edit channels, create content and course groups. Useful for department managers. 
  • Course managers: Can create content and course groups. Ideal for could key account managers, partner managers, training managers, or teachers.  
  • Course assistants: Can add participants to a specific course group and follow their progress as a course group manager. Useful for team managers, store managers, partner managers, or teachers. 

Course Management Breakdown

Directories, Channels & Course Overview Options

In order to make courses more targeted, you can use different options on the platform. You can break down your course management into a higher level directory level, that then further branches off into a channel directory and finally into different channels. 

It's up to you have you want to build up the management of your courses.

Course Management Directories & Channels 

Make courses more targeted by using options such as directories and channels

Directory Level, Channel Directory, and Course Directory work with private and public.


Course or channel directories are optional, but they can be used as a course overview.

This would allow all of your users to immediately see which courses are published and available for them to participate in.

Image showing how channels work, private vs public vs protected


Channels are intended to be containers for your courses for a specific target group or purpose.

For instance, you can have channels for different training within specific departments within your organization.

You can also build channels that are specific to training your partners or customers. 

Course Creation for Course Management

Course Creation 

When creating your first course on the platform it starts with a draft. Your draft courses are always listed in your draft overview, so you can always come back to work with it. 

From there you can save it as a course version. Once added as a course version it gets added to the overview list for versions, which shows the courses that are either ready to be published or have been published. You can always come back and update your courses whenever needed. 

Course Publishing & Distribution

Course Publishing for Course Management

Now that you have created your first course it’s time to publish! 

You can easily add a course to an entire program or leave it as a standalone depending on your organizational needs. 

Need to automate your process?

  • Create user lists or group lists, that you can easily upload to the platform.

Once people are added to your relevant lists they will automatically be invited to or have access to your courses.

Don’t worry you can easily remove individuals or groups of people from course programs if needed. This can also be done in combination via integration with other systems.

Categories, Tags, Languages & Skills Level

uQualio Categories


You can put your course into one or several categories. Think product sales training, technical training. And it makes filtering easy. 

Search results for Tag in uQualio software


Tag options within the platform work like hashtags making it easy to search.

You can add as many tags as you would like to a course.

Additionally, the text within your course page is also searchable, making it easy to find information.  

Image showing how languages are used per courses that has been created.


Languages are used to show which language a specific course has been created in.

It can also be used as a filtering option. 

Screenshot showing how you can change the skill level of a course in uQualio

Skill levels 

Additionally, on the platform, you can set skill levels for your courses.

Ut is easy to configure the skill levels within the platform!  

Course Management Publishing Options

Image showing how channels work, private vs public vs protected

Publishing to a group or groups

Courses can be published to a certain group or groups. Here you can define the time and date each group of users should start and end their course

Publishing options:

  • Public: Mainly used for course vendors, your courses are public and open for anyone to see and participate. 
  • Private: Only users that are invited to the course can see and access it. 
  • Protected: All registered users can access the course if visible to them. Can be used in conjunction with private channels. 

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!

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