This sounds fine as long as you know your list of users ahead of time. In a uni/school situation where a semester starts you generally have you user list sorted. In a CPD/RTO/corporate learning environment people come to the courses when they need to and you don't know ahead of time your user list. E.g someone new joins the company and is assigned a position; that position has induction and other requisite training requirements and they hit the moodle site to do them. Single Sign On of some description handles making them a moodle user and - course/should - enrol them into every available current course for their position. Assigning users to a cohort seems fine, but does that automatically enrol them to a course - the docs page was pretty vague on that; your reply did mention it but I couldn't see documented evidence of how to set it up. Autoenrol Cohort appears to be pretty much the same as Group Magic plugin ( http://code.google.com/p/group-magic/ ) - except at the "higher" level (system instead of course specific). I'm left a little unsure of how to handle situations where a course is cross-position (e.g. a fire safety course) - that is, everyone regardless of position needs to do this course, but only people in the Admin position need to do the Financial Responsibility Induction course. Cohorts appear to be the answer, but as mentioned the documentation is a little underwhelming.
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