What's the difference between an Enrolment and a Bundle?

Modified on Wed, 17 Jan 2024 at 10:18 AM


An enrolment gives a single user access to a single course.

Course enrolments are grouped into libraries, when you purchase an enrolment you are buying a licence to access any course in that library. By grouping course enrolments together we are able to give you maximum value for money, and flexibility.

For example if you buy:

  • 30 x Moving and Handling
  • 5 x Conflict Resolution
  • 40 x Fire Safety
  • Total = 75 x Enrolments from Library 1 - hence you get a discount based on the total volume.


Bundles are predefined collections of courses. 

One bundle licence gives a single user access to all the courses in the bundle.

If your bundle is part of your subscription, a user can access the courses as much as they like during the subscription.

If you are buying a bundle for single users, they will get one access licence to each course.

Also see:  Bundles vs Enrolments - The benefits of each

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