Course Management

Our Course Manager overview makes managing your courses a breeze, a walk in a park …

This feature allows you to assign managerial roles, build directories, channels, and other specialized options, which enable you to manage your courses painlessly.

Course Management Roles

The ADMIN roles and levels

a team of admins looking at their video training courses

Course Management Breakdown

Directories, Channels & Course Overview Options

In order to target your courses, you can use different overview options on the platform.

Creating targeted courses is only a matter of selecting the right option.

Use the overall directory to either display all your courses, all your channels, or a mix.

A channel is a playlists of courses in a certain area.

Break down your courses in directories, channels, course overview. The option is yours.

Course Management Directories & Channels

Make courses targeted by using directories and channels.

figure showing overview of channels and courses directory


Your course and channel directories are optional, but they can easily be used as a course overview.

That overview is useful in your assessment into which courses are published, and which is open for participation.


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

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.

channels, courses, and privacy settings

Creating your Course

All the great things start with a draft and so does your first course. Your courses are listed in an easy-to-read draft overview. That means you can always come back and work with your drafts.

The drafts evolve into a course version that can now be found in the ‘Versions’ overview. This overview lists your course versions that are ready to be published.

From there you can take your final versions, follow the distribution process to turn them into courses. You can of course always update your course if you desire.

Course Publishing & Distribution

Adding an entire program is smooth sailing. You can also leave it as a stand-alone program depending on your specific needs. And if you need to automate the process, you can easily create users and group lists on the platform. 

Once people are added to your relevant lists they will automatically be invited to, or have access to, your courses. And if you decide to do something else, you can easily remove individuals or groups of people from course programs if needed. 

Categories, Tags, Languages & Skills Level

screenshot showing that how tags and categories work as searching tool


Sort your courses into categories, and tag them so they’re easy to find. 

Our options enable you to effortlessly divide the courses into relevant categories & tags which will benefit your users.


Tag options within the platform work like hashtags. This will make the courses easy to find.

You can add as many tags as you desire.

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

uQualio Search result-of tags and categories for micro videos

Skill levels

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

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

Course Management Publishing Options

Publishing to a group or several groups

Courses can be published to a specific group or several groups. Within the platform, you can schedule the time and date each group of users should start and end their course

Publishing options:

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