Open the Learning Program.
Learning Manager Learning Programs are renamed to Learning Paths. This change happens immediately after the October 2021 release and the terminology of Learning Path is reflected for all roles.
Read this article to learn how to create and manage learning programs in Learning Manager
Learning programs are a set of uniquely designed courses meeting specific learner goals. Administrators create these learning programs for learners. You can view these learning programs as a learner.
Administrators can create learning programs. To create a learning program, follow the steps below:
For more information on enrolling learners and the steps to follow, see Enrolling Learners.
Like granting full catalog control for learning(s) or modules, you can also enable full catalog control for learning programs.
An Administrator can reset the progress of a course inside a Learning Program.
From a Learning Program, the Administrator can reset the progress of the course.
To reset a course, Admin must select a course from Courses dropdown.
Then from the Actions drop-down list, click Reset Course.
Learners can now launch the modules of the selected courses from the start.
Note: Only failed and incomplete modules of the course will be reset.
You can create multiple instances of a course or learning program.
An admin can add class room and virtual class room type courses to a Learning Program. Whatever session the author has given during the creation of the course becomes the default instance. When admin adds courses to a learning program, by default it is mapped to the default instance of all the courses but admin can change the instance mapping. The number of courses added into a learning program is also visible in instances page as shown below.
Change instance mapping
To change instance mapping, click on the course count in the Instance page. A course instance mapping box appears with a list of instances. You can now select instance mapping.
Using Flexible Learning programs, learners can take trainings that are not restricted to what the default instance offers. An Admin creates different Instances to accommodate the learners' needs. This type of learning program is typically a classroom or VC session. To ensure that all learners are presented with the opportunity to attend, an Admin may create more than one Instance of a Course session to accommodate different time zones.
An Admin can also map an instance of a Learning program to an instance of a course that the Learner selects.
An admin can fetch quiz score and learner status reports. They can set the report frequency, email subject, and recipients email id. Depending on the set frequency, the recipient will get an email with the report attached.
You can view the quiz scores of any particular learning program based on user name or based on each question. Choose By User or By Question tabs accordingly.
Quiz scores appear for one course at a time. Change the course name from the drop-down to view the quiz scores for other courses. You can also export quiz scores of each course.
Choose the instance type from the drop-down list to view the scores based on each instance of the learning program.
As an admin, you can enable L1 and L3 feedback for a Learning Program. The L1 feedback given by the learner will be visible under the L1 feedback tab and the L3 feedback given by the manager will be seen under the L3 feedback tab.
While creating learning programs, Administrator has an option to select whether learners can unenroll themselves from the learning programs. If Administrator selects the option, then learner can unenroll themselves.
Administrators can mark a Learning Program as complete using the option available to them. To mark the completion of Learning Program, use the following steps.
Open the Learning Program.
Open the Learners page from the menu on your left.
The Learners page opens with the list of enrolled learners.
Select one/multiple/all learners to mark LP completion using the checkbox available for each learner.
Click Users > Action > Mark completion.
If the LP has multiple courses, all the courses will be marked complete.
Administrators can set the order in which learners shall take up the courses in learning program. After creating a learning program you can update this order of courses at any point in time.
To update the order of courses in a learning program,
A learning program can be edited by an Administrator at a published state. At this state, the Administrator can edit all the sections of a learning program and re-publish.
To edit a published learning program, click the learning program card and click Edit at the upper-right corner of the page.
While editing the sections of a learning program, if you have to move out of the page, you need to re-publish the learning program. You get a dialog confirmation asking you to re-publish the learning program.