Courses that are part of the paid price plan (STANDARD, PREMIUM), are available in full even for new users. So, if you have 100 employees who take 100 GDPR courses and during the year 10 employees leave and 10 new ones come in, there is no need to purchase courses for newcomers. Once you archive a user, their license is released to the newcomer, including all content. However, if you purchase, for example, 100 Burnout Syndrome courses from the catalog for your employees, and during the year 10 employees leave and 10 new employees arrive, you will need to purchase licenses for those 10 new hires. Content is always purchased from the catalog in a specific number of licenses per named user. A license purchased in this way is " used up" by completing the course. Other authors besides Knowspread sell content in the catalog, and their payment is based on the number of courses purchased. Therefore, the number of courses paid for must essentially correspond to the number of certificates issued, and these are always in the specific name of the student. Similarly, course licenses included in the FREE plan are used up. Thus, you cannot train 100 people in a company in occupational safety for free by gradually archiving users and using the released licenses for the untrained. For every user over 3, you must purchase the courses in the catalog. In contrast, in the PREMIUM pricing plan, all Knowspread courses are free with an unlimited number of licenses, they are never used up and the number increases by 5-10 courses each year. For a stable license price, your corporate training library is thus expanded.