Setting Up Your Courses



How to Sell Online Courses with Thrive Apprentice & WooCommerce


The next step is to begin setting up your courses in Thrive Apprentice.

At this stage, you can simply create a skeleton of your course for the purpose of making sure your overall setup is going to work. Then, come back to Thrive Apprentice and fill in your course material at a later date. 

To restrict access to your course to paying customers only, select the course in Thrive Apprentice, then go to the Access Restrictions tab. Next to “Restrict access”, click the toggle button to enable it. 

Under Products, you should see WooCommerce appear as one of the options. We’ve left you a quick note to remind you that there’s nothing else you need to set up, as WooCommerce will take care of the rest. 

To create a course bundle, go to Thrive Apprentice >> Courses >> Course Bundles. Select a name, then select the courses you would like to include in your bundle, and you’re all set!

  • This process has helped me develop the Workflow I need in order to develop additional courses. I don’t want to have to reinvent the wheel every time I create a new course or anything in my business for that matter. Thank you for the help.

  • Hello, I think this needs to be updated, I am so confused. My screen looks nothing like yours, therefore I can not follow along. Also its not in a great order. You mention WooCommerce set up yet that lesson hasn’t even come up yet. Also you need to set up Themes before any of this takes place. Its taken me a week and I still haven’t successfully created this site. Its best to set this up in chronological order because many of us aren’t starting with a wordpress website but are starting from the very beginning. Thanks

    • Hi there,
      I’m sorry about the confusion. If you’re setting up your site from scratch, I’d suggest first following one of the “website from scratch” tutorials.

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