This article is for certification brands.
Licenses are a way to permit other people to use your content and run licensed events. A license is an agreement between your brand and a trainer. In some cases, the process of getting a license is pretty straightforward, like participating in an event. In others, it can be long and challenging. It’s up to you to decide when a new license should be given. Workshop Butler helps keep an eye on existing licenses and controls their validity.
How It Works
When you decide to add a new trainer, you need to give them a license. The license contains several attributes, including fee, start and end dates. Each license also belongs to a license type. The platform uses the dates to control the activity of the trainer. The trainer is inactive if their license hasn’t started yet, or already expired.
If the trainer is not active, then:
- They cannot add licensed events. However, they still can log into their account, and work with past events.
- Their profile is not visible on the list of licensed trainers.
- The future events they created before, are not visible on the list of upcoming licensed events.
When a trainer’s license is about to expire, the trainer gets a series of emails from the platform asking about the prolongation of the license. The content of these emails is configurable, and they contain the link to a prolongation form.
When the trainer opens the form, they have two options: either accept or reject the prolongation. If they agree, the platform asks them to accept the license, and confirm some information like billing address. If they decline, then they need to provide a reason why they are doing so.
In any case, you get a notification to your brand’s email address what decision the trainer made. You can also see the statuses of expiring licenses on the dashboard.