Chris: I know there's a few other points I would like to mention here. For example, skills. Skills on eFront pro can either be associated to a course. Users who successfully completes the course are aware of their relevant skill, but we can also have required skills. So, for example, in order for a user to go into a course, they would be required to have a particular skill. Essentially, we can setup prerequisites through skills. However, we can also create prerequisites directly through courses themselves. For example, in order for a user to go into Course B, they must first complete Course A, and essentially create a learning path according to our needs.
Presenter: Curriculums are a way to bundle a set of courses and deliver them as one. We can then, also, have categories to organized both courses and curriculums to make it easier for our users to select from. We can create certificates. We can create the template that we want so we can include our own background images and customize the information the layout that is displayed then on each certificate. We can, then, associate certificates to courses so that users who successfully complete them are awarded the relevant certificate [music] and so on.