Course design, online learning and technology in education

Course Booking Systems

 Why university short course providers should use Coursedate to promote courses and increase enrolments

Why university short course providers should use Coursedate to promote courses and increase enrolments

Coursedate makes it easier for university short course providers to reach a wider audience, increase course...

A practical guide to CRM for training providers

A practical guide to CRM for training providers

What is CRM?

Customer relationship management systems are designed to make it easier to collect...

King Edward VII School Language College uses the Coursedate online course booking system

King Edward VII School Language College uses the Coursedate online course booking system

The KES Language College in Sheffield is now using Coursedate to publish its course directory and take online...


The bluffer’s guide to marketing your training courses with a Facebook page

The bluffer’s guide to marketing your training courses with a Facebook page

You are missing a trick if you are not using social media to promote your training business.

We Designed Coursedate to Increase your Course Bookings

We Designed Coursedate to Increase your Course Bookings

A central goal in the design of Coursedate is to build in features that will make it easier for training and...

How to use simple analytics to increase course bookings

How to use simple analytics to increase course bookings

One of the big benefits of an online course booking system is that it automatically organises your data. You...


5 ways you can promote your training courses online

5 ways you can promote your training courses online

There are some simple things you can do to promote your courses and increase bookings/enrolments. They’re...

5 ways an online course booking system could benefit your organisation

5 ways an online course booking system could benefit your organisation

An online course booking system is a great way to promote your courses, find more learners, handle...