Course administrators can add their courses to the Learning portal (a global catalog) in a Confluence header for participants to self-enroll to courses.
- Create a catalog of courses for participants to browse and self-enroll to what's relevant at the moment
- Empower the learning culture and support the self-directed education in your company by providing plenty of optional training courses
- Facilitate the new employee onboarding by sharing a selection of open courses designed to help through the transition
- Use as an alternative to the traditional enrollment. It's convenient when you have too many people who need to take a course and you want to avoid manually entering all their emails or user names (if they are not arranged in Confluence groups).
- While on a course administration page, go to Settings > Enrollment > Self-enrollment.
Select All Confluence users.
The course card will appear in Learning > Participant Dashboard > Discover.
Once a participant self-enrolls to a course, its card disappears from Discover.
Participants can find courses they self-enrolled to in My courses.
Get a course link for self-enrollment
Instead of guiding participants to Learning > Discover to self-enroll, you can share a course link via Slack/email or on a Confluence page/ in a Jira issue. To do that, you will need to use the following workaround.
- Enable course self-enrollment (select All Confluence users in Settings > Self-enrollment > Show in Discover to on a course administration page).
- Go to Learning > Participant Dashboard > Discover.
- Click the course card.
- Copy the URL from the browser address bar.
- Share this link with the participants.
- When a participant follows this link, they will get to a course start page. After clicking Start course, each participant will be taken to their individual course session.