How can i find courses that are specific to previous Juniors
The course names have not changed, rather the grouping has changed.
Which course are you trying to locate?
What happend? I don´t see my progress any mory and I can´t click the lessons on this view. I am logged in.
I really don’t understand the decision to COMPLETELY redesign the structure of the courses. I familiarised myself with the flow and in the middle of the learning curve I need to rethink how to take this course to get the results I expect.
I didn’t see any notification that this is going to change, otherwise I would prepare myself for that.
Hey guys, I apologize. I should’ve done a better job with communicating the change before it took place.
The motivation to group the courses by category rather than skill level came from several things we noticed…
- we realized that as we added new content it was always just going into the Medium skill bucket…
- we wanted to collect our all content from all our other platforms and put it in one place so students have 1 place to go to access all of our training so it made more sense to organize by topic and lastly
- people were getting confused/overwhelmed about where to start when they first joined so we’re introducing “Programs”. Starting with “Learn iOS in 90 days” which is like a learning path through the content in the catalogue. So the idea is if someone new joins they can just choose a “Program” (in the future we’ll have programs with different goals), and the program will take them on a path of which training to take in a specific order. On the other hand, if someone comes into CWC+ and they know exactly what they want, then can go to the appropriate topic category and find the course there (rather than visually scanning through all the courses in a “Medium” skill category)
I think this is the right direction long term but I totally agree with you that I mishandled the communication aspect of this!
@Loykast If there’s a specific order you had in your head, please reach out to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I’ll help you find that order within the new categories. That goes for anyone who is confused about the new organization!
@kallarmannen I believe you’re in the course overview page which doesn’t have access to “inside” the course. This is a Thinkific thing and I find it confusing as well! I’ll have to find a way to remove the confusion. Click on “My Dashboard” at the top, go to the Foundations course, then click “Start Course” and you should get “inside”.
@Ibrahim9999 The specific courses that were in the previous “Junior” category were:
Again, I apologize for the way I mishandled the transition and I’m here to help you find anything you need! Sorry for the confusion again.
My plan was to follow the foundations, design, databases path so I keep those link. But how does the "Learn iOs in 90 days relate to these three?
I don’t think it applies to you unless you have trouble taking action on the Foundations course.
The “Learn iOS in 90 Days” is just a learning path that maps out a lesson plan for the Foundations course.
This is for new joiners who feel overwhelmed and they don’t know where to start!
Foundations SwifUI → Design SwiftUI → Database SwiftUI is the recommended long term path