There are two types of access levels in Clui:
- Enterprise Access Level - Determines the permissions and abilities users have within an enterprise.
- Group Access Level - Determines the permissions and abilities users have within a group.
For each access level, there are two default permission sets:
- Learner - Enables the user to perform only learning activities (such as completing a course) within the enterprise or group.
- Administrator - Enables the user to perform administrative tasks (such as managing people) in addition to learning activities within the enterprise or group.
Note: You can create additional access levels as required. For example, in some enterprises, it may make sense to have an enterprise access level of 'Report viewer' where users don't have full administrative access but can view reports.
Most users only need an enterprise access level of ‘Learner’ and, if they belong to any groups, a group access level of ‘Learner’.
Users who need to perform administrative tasks on an enterprise level (such as creating or managing courses or reports) require an enterprise access level of ‘Administrator’. Similarly, users who need to perform administrative tasks for a group (such as checking enrolment statuses) require a group access level of ‘Administrator’.
For more information see 'Setting access levels for users in your enterprise' and 'Creating new enterprise or group access levels'.