Enrolment: Course completed enrolment

enrol_coursecompleted
Maintained by Renaat Renaat Debleu
Enrol users upon completion of a course.
70 sites
262 downloads
15 fans

With this plugin it is possible to create a chain of courses. After completion of a course, the student is automatically enrolled in one or more other courses. But it is also possible to give a user another role in the same course when he/she completes the course.


Documentation

As a teacher go to the course in which students will be enrolled in the future.  Navigate to Course Administration > Users > Enrollment Methods and add the Course Completed Enrollment method. Fill in the role - duration - start date - end date, and search for the course that needs to be completed.  Save your changes and do an extra check if course completion is enabled and working in the required course.


Sample use

If you want to enroll users in course2 after they complete course1, you have to add the enrolment method to course2 and choose course1 as the course parameter.

If you want to enroll users in course2 and coure3 after they complete course1, you have to add the enrolment method to course2 and course3, with course1 as the course parameter.

If you want to enroll users in course3 after they complete course1 OR course2,  you have to add 2 instances to course3, one with course1 as requirement, one with course2 as requirement.

If you want to enroll users in course 3 after they complete course1 AND course2,  you can add the enrolment method to course3 and choose course2 as the course parameter. Add in course2 the completion of course1 (course completion - Condition: Completion of other courses) as a course completion requirement.

If you want to give a user a new role in a course1, add the enrolment method to course1, choose course1 as the course parameter and pick the new role for the participant.


Installation

  • copy the content of the package into the enrol/coursecompleted directory under the root of Moodle.
  • log in as administrator and complete the installation
  • enable the plugin under Settings, Site administration, Plugins, Enrolments
  • configure the default settings for this enrolment method when it is added to a course
Read the Plugin installation guide for complete steps about installing a new plugin in Moodle.


travis

Screenshots

Screenshot #0
Screenshot #1

Contributors

Renaat
Renaat Debleu (Lead maintainer)
Please login to view contributors details and/or to contact them

Comments RSS

Show comments
  • Picture of Plugins bot
    Wed, 3 Jan 2018, 10:50 PM
    Approval issue created: CONTRIB-7154
  • Picture of Urpo Karhula
    Thu, 8 Feb 2018, 4:13 PM
    Hello,

    How do you use this? Do you add it to both courses and select them as a cross reference? If you have course1 and course2 and want that users have to complete the course1 before they can access course2 what do you need to do?
  • Renaat
    Thu, 8 Feb 2018, 5:07 PM
    This is an enrolment plugin, so you enable the plugin in course2 and choose the completion of course1 as a criteria.
  • Picture of Urpo Karhula
    Thu, 8 Feb 2018, 6:59 PM
    Hello,

    It seems that plugin doesn't recognize if you f.ex have completed course 1 in the past and then at a later time add this enrolment method to course 2, no users are added. Am I correct?
  • Renaat
    Thu, 8 Feb 2018, 8:29 PM
    Hello Urpa,

    because we highly value the option of self un-enrolment, this plugin does not take actions based on things from the past (few enrolment plugins actually dig into history to do their job). Otherwise a person would be re-enrolled again and again, even after his/her enrolment was cancelled.

    So this plugin is only doing what it says: enrolment on course completion, not enrolment on past course completion(s). Keeping the functionality of cancelling an enrolment and self unenrolment support.
  • Picture of Urpo Karhula
    Thu, 8 Feb 2018, 9:20 PM
    Hello,

    Thanks for the clarification. Can you require more than one courses completion in the plugin? F.ex you would have to complete course 1 and course 2 to get enrolled to course 3?
  • Renaat
    Fri, 9 Feb 2018, 12:10 AM
    With the plugin only, you cannot, because it is an OR situation.

    But in core Moodle it is possible to make the completion of course 2 dependent on the completion of other courses (course completion - Condition: Completion of other courses). So, you make the completion of course 2 dependent on the completion of course 1, and add the plugin to course 3 with course 2 as parameter. So as long as course 1 is not finished, course 2 will not be considered completed and the user will not be enrolled. The moment both course 1 and course 2 are completed, the user will be enrolled into course 3.
  • Picture of Talita Uys
    Mon, 12 Feb 2018, 2:28 PM
    Thanks, Renaat Debleu, been hoping and praying for something like this for a while. Much less complicated than using cohorts and learning plans. Just installed, set-up and tested the process and it works beautifully.
  • Picture of Sami Atieh
    Wed, 14 Mar 2018, 1:01 AM
    Does the course have to have a start and end date? Can a student complete all of the activities in a course, then be enrolled into the next course?
  • Renaat
    Wed, 14 Mar 2018, 4:36 PM
    Hello Sami,

    the course does not need a start or end date. Please read https://docs.moodle.org/34/en/Course_completion where all reasons why a student can complete a course are listed.
  • Picture of Uriel Vázquez Ríos
    Thu, 17 May 2018, 1:55 AM
    He hecho lo que se sugiere, sin embargo el curso no se bloquea cuando un usuario no ha terminado, me podrian indicar cual es el problema?
  • Renaat
    Thu, 17 May 2018, 10:54 AM
    Bloquear el acceso a un curso? La idea es precisamente dar acceso a otros cursos. Pero si el usuario ya tiene acceso al curso como visitante, o porque ha pagado, no se bloqueará.
  • Picture of Uriel Vázquez Ríos
    Sat, 19 May 2018, 12:43 AM
    Muchas gracias por la información, en realidad lo dije mal. Te cuento, la situación es que el usuario se matricula en el curso b, pero despues de aprox 5 minutos, no lo hace inmediatamente, sabes que puuede ser?
Please login to post comments