How do I add a new course for my students to use?

How do I add a new course for my students to use?

From your main screen after login in select "Add new course".


The courses you already have selected will be shown at the top with a green tick in the upper right corner.

Available courses for you to choose from will be listed at the bottom.

Simply select the course you want and it will be added to your account.


There is no cost or charge associated with this.  You only get charged when you purchase voucher codes for your students.

We have this feature so your dashboard will not be full of courses you do not need.

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