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Create A Tiered Course

Start:Nov 17, 2019

Duration:10 Minute(s)

Goal: this Cognitive Trail will improve the success of the goal to create an isoBlog and train the world.

Description: Start isoBlogging and train the world with your expertise! This simple guide will take you step-by-step through the successful creation of ... Read More


Published By:

Brian Golter


Step 1

A Tiered-Course form is a set of isoBlog Courses sequenced together in phases and levels.

Step 2

From the Create page, select the Tiered Course form in either the Simple or Advanced create options.

Step 3

Name your Tiered Course then use the Location, Goal, and Hypothesis sections just as you would to create any other isoBlog.

Note: Tiered Courses do not have a Details section.

Step 4

In the Assembler, click on the isoBlog basket. Using the search fields in the 'Sort Catalog', set the isoBlog form field to 'course', then click the search button.

(Note: remember, you can only add Courses to your Tiered Course.)

Step 5

In your isoBlog basket you will see a list of Course isoBlogs that match your search criteria.

Click 'add' next to the Course isoBlogs you will be using to build your Tiered Course.

Step 6

Select the 'assembler' tab at the top of the page. Choose what Level you wish to add your Course(s) to. Your Course isoBlogs will appear in the corresponding Phase: Conditioning, Preparing, Executing and Recovery.

If you wish to change the Phase of a course, you can go back and edit it (see 'How To Edit An IsoBlog').

(Note: you can add a Course isoBlog to any Level or multiple Levels.)

Step 7

Under the Level and Phase you wish to add your Course, click the drop down menu and select the Course name.

Click 'Add'-your Course isoBlog is now part of your Tiered Course.

Step 8

In the 'When' field, select the start day for that course. For example, Course 1 can start on Day 1 and Course 2 can start 30 days after Course 1 by selecting 'Day 30' as the start day for Course 2.

Step 9

Repeat steps 4 through 8 until you have added all your Course isoBlogs.

Step 10

Use the 'Info', 'Protection' and 'Publishing' fields just as you have in creating previous isoBlogs.

Step 11

When you are finished, click the 'Save and continue' button at the bottom of your Create page.

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