These instructions will guide you through the entire process to create a new Standard workshop within Continu.

Step One: Navigate to Admin > Workshops > Add a Workshop and select Standard Workshop. Complete the Workshop Title, Description & Tags then click Next.


Step Two: Set the Date and Time for the Workshop. (You can also change the timezone for your Workshop as illustrated)

For help with scheduling multiple dates see Adding Multiple Dates & Times To A Workshop.

Note: A learner can only sign up for a single date/time per workshop. If you would like to create a series of workshops you will need to create a different workshop for each part of the series.

Step Three: Select between an In-Person or Online Workshop. Complete the appropriate details. If you have the Zoom Integration for Continu set up, you can also connect your zoom account to the workshop to automatically create a session, track attendance, and record the workshop. See Adding Zoom Webinars To Workshops for more information on setting up a Zoom Workshop. 


Step Four: Complete the Facilitator Details (Facilitator Image, Name & Bio)


Instructor/Avatar Image Best Practices:

  • squared image size (200x 200 pixel dimensions)
  • .png file format (will replicate and load accurately for all internet connections)

Step Five: Set how many users can attend the Workshop

For unlimited participation, set this number higher than any expected attendance.

Step Six: Turn on Workshop Waitlist (If applicable) and set how many users can be added. 


Step Seven: Turn on Google Calendar notification for this Workshop date. If selected, the attendees will receive an email and Google Calendar notification (if using Google Calendar). 


Step Eight: Turn on the Open Attendee List, to allow users to see who is attending


Step Nine: Turn on Cancel Registration with Google, which allows users to decline and leave a workshop via Google.

Default Location is best for in-person Workshops. Click Add at the bottom then Next.


Step Ten: Upload an Image for the Workshop. Click the Next button to continue.

Note: Workshops are the only content type that will need an image.

Step Eleven: Select the category(s) that relates to the Workshop.

Step Twelve: Create custom notifications for attendees. 

Step Thirteen: Select whether the Workshop will be visible on Explore or Featured. 

Step Fourteen: Enable a completion certificate if desired.

Step Fifteen: Add any related Workshops (up to 3) that users can view and register for.

Step Sixteen: Enable any Segmentation, Comments, and Collaborators if needed then click Next.
add_workshop_19.pngStep Seventeen: Preview the Workshop. If it looks good, select the X then Create and your Workshop is ready.


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