So that we stay on the same page, we've created a quick glossary of terms for Courses to make sure you understand the parent-child relationship that is at work. If you have questions about how Courses operate or the difference between any of these terms, please reach out to our support team by using the chat icon in the bottom right of the application.
- Course: a 'course' is the reason that someone is booking with you. This is the name that you give to your business's offering that you're allowing clients to book. Clients would recognize the name of the course and realize that they want to schedule themselves for it. Each course has a standard number of sessions that are offered in different sets that your business has scheduled.
- Set: courses are offered in 'sets'. If you have a "Lifeguard Certification" course, you may have a "Summer Certification Set" that takes place from June - July. Each set is made up of a givennumber of sessions that are created based on the number of sessions that the course has on its overview section.
- Session: Sessions are the individual instances of when you're meeting for a course. The number of sessions it takes to complete a course is declared on the course level. Whenever a set is created, it is created with the number of sessions that the course requires to be completed.
In sum, a client would enroll in one of the sets you have created for a course that you offer. When the client completes all of the sessions scheduled for that set, he will have completed that course.