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Permissions for each role

Each user in the system can have a universal role that is different from the job they have.

The available roles are the following:

1. Administrators

This role allows the user to have access in every feature of the academy. Admins can manage everything.

2. Training Managers

Training Managers can do everything that has to do with managing training and users. There are though options in the advanced settings of the academy that can limit their permissions in the academy.

3. Content Managers

Content Managers can do everything that has to do with the content library. Add or edit content in the library and manage library categories. Again, there are options in the advanced settings of the academy that can limit their permissions in the academy. 

4. Professional Instructors

Professional Instructors can set a price for their course and also make it available in the marketplace.

5. Hourly Workers.

Hourly Workers can have the limit access feature applied. This prevents all hourly workers to access any course if they are not in their workplace.

Read also: Managing Members

 

Course Instructors

There is also the role of the instructor. This role is given to users when they are the creators of a course or when an admin wants them to manage a course. Instructor's role can be assigned from within each course and is applied only to the selected course.

Course instructors can do the following:

  • Edit Course Info
  • Edit Lectures
  • Add Poll, Exam or OJT

Instructors do not have permissions for the following:

  • Send course announcements
  • Assign training
  • Create in class training or live session for the course 
  • Assess OJT

All the above require Permissions from the "Manage Hierarchy" feature that are set to specific jobs (Heads of Above Units and Assistants, Unit Managers and Assistants).

In general, if there is a permission then the user needs to have this to do the task associated with the permission.

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