Enrollment Methods: Cannabis Training Platform

Employee Enrollment Methods for Cannabis Training

Enrollment is the process of allowing a user to log in to a cannabis training platform with a username and password, and Moodle Learning Management System provides several ways of managing enrollments.

When enrolling, it is the process of recognizing a user’s identity. It is the mechanism of associating an incoming request with a set of identifying credentials. The credentials provided are compared to those on a file in a database of the authorized user’s information on a local operating system or within an authentication server.

The enrollment process always runs at the start of the application, before the permission and throttling checks occur, and before any other code is allowed to proceed. Different systems may require different types of credentials to ascertain a user’s identity.

Enrollment often takes the form of a password, which is a secret and known only to the cannabis worker and the system. Three (3) categories in which someone may be authenticated are something the user knows, something the user is, and something the user has.

 

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This is particularly helpful to understand the different methods to manage enrollments in your cannabis training platform, this “menu” turns 19 of the most popular enrollment methods in Moodle offers it in “dishes” laid out in a menu.

Welcome to the “Moodle Enrollment Plugins” restaurant, where everything is free. Bon Appetit! It classifies each one into five (5) categories:

  1. Starters
  2. Mains
  3. Specials
  4. Signature Dishes
  5. Desserts

This should give you an idea of each category’s expected usage, how common they are among Moodle-sites, and which ones are a better fit for custom rather than broad case scenarios. It also adds a “spice notice” next to each item to signal the technical difficulty involved in setting them up.

In any case, only two (2) in the whole menu classify as “advanced.”

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