12 Reasons You Should Use Administrate's Course Management System (CMS)

| December 3, 2018

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If you’re looking for the perfect Course Management System (CMS) for your training business, it can be hard to know which ones are the best and which will work best for your team!Today we’re taking a look at Administrate’s Course Management System and just 12 of the reasons why we think it could be a good option for your training business!Setting up multiple instances of the same course can take your team a lot of time, as they will have to enter the same information numerous times. Things like the name of the course, the course description, and the topics that will be covered each week won’t change, and yet you have to enter them every single time you schedule that course.Course templates allow you to create a template which will be pre-loaded with all the standard information for each course. This means that when you need to schedule that course, you can start will a mostly filled-in template, and then only have to enter the changeable details such as the time, the date, and the name of the instructor!

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