Can users see a list of Public Courses available at an organisation without having to register with Curatr?

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    David Starr

    Hi Cathy,

    Some of our Curatr clients display course details on an external website and use Single Sign On (SSO) to present a seamless transfer to the payment page without the user needing to create a Curatr account.

    The flow for this would be,

    1. The learner has an account with our customer and their SSO system
    2. The learner browses course details on an external website
    3. When click on a course for purchase they are taken to the Curatr payment page
    4. SSO automatically creates a Curatr account for the learner

    The external course details could be skipped and the user taken to the Curatr view courses list instead, with the SSO creating the Curatr account at that point.

    The requirement here would be for an SSO integration and for the learner to have an account with the SSO as we need to have user details before presenting the payment page.

    Alternatively, a custom registration page or custom home page could be used to reduce the number of steps without requiring an SSO.

    Best,

    David

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    Cathy Young

    Hi David - Thanks for the response. I'll need to get more info from the client but I believe that want this as an outward facing available to users not currently registered on Curatr or with themselves. I think the custom registration page would be the best option then. What would the flow be for this option typically? and would the customisation be something that HT2 / Learningpool can undertake? Thanks

     

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    David Starr

    Generally the custom registration page is used to present a different selection of fields to new sign ups and then automatically enrol them to certain courses/groups. We do make homepages and registration pages although this would need to be discussed with an Implementation Manager. Have you been in contact with anyone previously? If not, I can ask for someone to get in touch to discuss this further.

    Best,

    David

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