You can simply choose from:
- No automatic graduation – Want to keep your course open? Maybe it includes optional additional modules to top up basic learning. Or it might be a continuous course that never finishes where by new content is added over a period of time, for example for a product update course. Therefore a “Graduation status” may not be appropriate.
- A percentage of activities completed – Do you have a set curriculum of activities? Is it required that 100% is complete? Or would 70% be sufficient to get the employee to a satisfactory level of knowledge? With this option you choose which percentage of completed activities would be satisfactory for your course.
- When all critical learning activities are complete – Are there particular activities that are more important than others to complete? With the critical learning option, as an administrator you can choose which activities are fundamental in order to graduate. Learners can see this reflected in their learning dashboard, making them more aware of the most essential activities.
By using this function, Managers and Administrators can easily filter through the learner data to see who has completed the program or who might be taking a little longer to complete and may need additional help and support.