Partner Batch Enrollment

Enrolling partners in a course is an essential step in preparing students for success! Partners and staff can be enrolled either through self-enrollment during the defined course enrollment period, or partners and staff can be enrolled by the instructors and staff members of a course. Course instructors and staff also have the ability to unenroll partners as well.

Partner is a member of the course staff

To get started with enrollment, a user must complete the following steps in order to successfully enroll in a course.

  1. Register a user account, which includes supplying a valid email address, on EducateWorkforce.
  2. Activate the registered account by following the emailed instructions.

To enroll learners or course team members, follow these steps.

  1. Log in to EducateWorkforce with your instructor or staff account.
  2. Navigate to the course of interest.
  3. Select Instructor, and then select Membership.
  4. In the Batch Enrollment section of the page, enter the username or email address of the learner. You can enter multiple usernames or addresses separated by commas or new lines.
    • You can copy and paste data from a CSV file of email addresses. However, note that this feature is better suited to courses with smaller enrollments, rather than courses with massive enrollments.
  5. For Role of the users being enrolled, select partner.
Batch enrollment example.

All of the users that you enroll at one time must have the same role. If you have some users who are partners and others who are learners, you must complete two batch enrollments.

  1. In the Enter the reason why the students are to be manually enrolled or unenrolled field, enter a specific, detailed reason why you want to enroll these partners.
  2. To streamline the course enrollment process, leave Auto Enroll selected.
  3. To send partner an email message, leave Notify students by email selected.
  4. Select the Enroll button.
Enroll/Unenroll buttons.
Updated on June 8, 2022

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