Because levels are just a page, you can utilize WordPress’ menu_order property and nesting to create e-learning courses with a hierarchy of your choice. For example:
- Geography (Level 1)
- Volcanoes (Level 1.1)
- Earthquakes (Level 1.2)
Access to levels can be limited to a subset of trainees by assigning it to one or more Groups. Additionally, you can specify one or more tests that a trainee must have passed before they are able to access it.
Training Levels have special ties with Resources, Tests and Test-results. Because of this, they can inherit some of the Level’s properties. For example: If you created a Training Level to teach Geography with two sub-levels Volcanoes and Earthquakes. You could easily set a Featured Image on the Geography Level, and its sub levels will display the same image unless they were assigned one themselves.
Available shortcodes for levels include:
[level_title] [list_level_resources level=""] [number_of_level_resources] [level_has_resources] [!level_has_resources] [level_has_test] [!level_has_test] [level_test_link text="View test »"] [list_sub_levels] [has_sub_levels] [!has_sub_levels] [number_of_sub_levels] [level_test_results_table limit="10" columns"avatar, rank, user_name"]