There are a few major differences between a class and a courses:
- Under a course, members are expected to attend each class, whereas with a class, members can choose when they wish to book in.
- Under a course, the fee for each class is paid upfront and thus the gym/studio is paid irregardless of attendance. With a class, the member must book and pay/use credit before each individual class.
- Under a course, all members will start together and finish together, however with a class, the members in each class may change day to day.
- A group exercise Service created by the Gym or Studio with a particular Start Date, Facility, Trainer and Capacity.
- Classes can be booked by Members on an adhoc basis without a long term commitment. i.e. If a member books and pays/uses their credit for one class, there is no obligation to attend the next class.
- Sometimes called a boot camp, event, or workshop, a Course is a group activity created by the Gym or Studio with a particular Start Date, End Date, Facility, Trainer and Capacity.
- Courses can be booked by Members and usually requires a longer term commitment than a Class.
- Under a course, all members will start and finish the course at the same time. The course fee is paid up front and the gym or studio will be paid irregardless of attendance by the member.
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