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Courses tree structure on Rise Up

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In summary:

  • Courses is the central element of the Rise Up model.
  • All course comprises different modules (e-learning or classroom).
  • An e-learning module is made up of stages
  • A classroom module is made up of classroom sessions
  • It is possible to combine several course courses in a learning path.

Learning path

A learning path therefore represents the highest level of the architecture.

A learning path is a series (/a set) of several courses that complement each other, the aim of which is to achieve a common learning objective.

To create a learning path, you must have previously created all the courses to be linked to it in the platform.

It is not essential to create and attach a “learning path” to a course. Some courses, which is the most conventional situation, comprises an individual course, not included in a “learning path”.


Below the learning path is the course level.



The aim of course is to acquire skills and knowledge. It consists of one or more modules.


A module corresponds to a means of learning. There are actually two different kinds of module:

  • E-learning
  • Classroom (the definition of classroom also includes virtual classes)

Each module has its own structure, depending on whether it is an e-learning module or a classroom module.

  • An e-learning module is made up of stages. The stage corresponds to the content of the module, and forms the last level of an e-learning module. This content can vary in nature (video, documents, quizzes, surveys, etc.).
    Learners have to go through all the stages of an e-learning module to complete it.
  • A classroom module is made up of sessions. A session is defined by the date and place of the course session.
    Unlike the stages making up an e-learning module, all of which must be completed by the learner to complete the e-learning module, only one of the various classroom sessions offered in the module must be attended to complete the classroom module.

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