Learn how to take up certifications using the Learning Manager Learners app.
Certify your learners on a one time basis or on a recurring time frame using this feature. Only administrators can define the certifications for learners.
Learners can take up the certifications which are assigned to them by the administrators of the organization. There are two types of certifications in Learning Manager.
These certificates can be obtained from outside of your organization. Your organization recommends you to take up these certifications and submit proof.
These certificates can be obtained by completing certain courses prescribed as part of the curriculum. Your organization issues these certifications after completion.
A page appears with a list of all certifications that are relevant to you.
View certifications in various modes:
In Pending widget from the Home page, click the internal certification that you have to take.
The certifications that are pending, appear below the widget.
Click Start to take up certification.
If you have multiple courses in the certification, the latest pending course shows up in a player followed by other pending courses. Alternatively, you can also click on each associated pending certification course and take up the course.
You have to take up the external certification outside of your organization and submit the proof.
From the left pane, click My Learning.
A page appears with a list of all learning objects relevant to you.
Click the external certification that you need to take.
A certification page appears with the certification overview, the certification validity date, issuer, completion date, type (recurring or perpetual), and, badge.
To submit the proof of completion for your certification, click Browse, select the file from your local path and click Upload.
The certification completion criteria depends on how many courses the author or the administrator has set as mandatory. For example, for a certification containing four courses, if the author or administrator has set two courses as mandatory, then when a learner completes two courses out of four, the learner achives completion status.
On the other hand, if all the courses are mandatory in a certification, then the learner needs to complete all the courses in the certification.