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Understanding the Difference Between Free and Premium Courses
Understanding the Difference Between Free and Premium Courses

What different course types mean for free and pro members of AIXR

Matina Arkoumani avatar
Written by Matina Arkoumani
Updated over a week ago

When browsing our course catalog, you may notice that some courses are marked as "free" while others require a premium membership to access. Here's what you need to know about the difference between the two:

Free Courses:

  • Free courses are available to all members, regardless of membership level.

  • They are a great way to get a basic understanding of the industry and explore new topics.

  • While they may be shorter or less comprehensive than premium courses, they still provide valuable insights and knowledge.

Premium Courses:

  • Premium courses are available only to members with a premium membership.

  • They typically offer more in-depth and comprehensive coverage of a topic, with more extensive learning resources such as videos, quizzes, and assignments.

  • Premium courses are created by industry experts and certified by our team, ensuring that they meet high standards of quality and accuracy.

AIXR offers unlimited access to all courses to pro members. You never have to pay individually to access course content.

If you're interested in upgrading to a premium membership to access our full library of courses, you can do so by visiting the "Upgrade Membership" page in your account settings. We're always adding new premium courses, so be sure to check back regularly to stay up-to-date with the latest in your field.

If you have any questions about our course offerings or how to access them, don't hesitate to reach out to our customer support team. We're here to help you get the most out of your learning experience with AIXR.

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