Learning Program Completion
Learning programs ( ) are presented in a hierarchical (tree view) form, and completion of a learning program is determined by the completion criteria specified for its folders. A folder's rules are imposed on its immediate children unless a child is a folder with its own rules, in which case the child folder's rules apply.
The completion criteria for a folder can be one of the following:
As you complete a learning program, you receive a % Completed score. This value is determined by dividing the number of completed courses by the total number of courses in the learning program. Learning assets for which progress cannot be tracked (for example, a lone document or a URL) are not included in this calculation.
As an example, examine the contents of the following sample learning program for IT professionals.
Note the following about the program:
In total, you must complete 6 of the 8 courses in the program. This means that if you were to complete 1 required and 1 elective course (or 2 required courses), you would have completed 1/3 or 33% of the learning program.
Scoped Learning Programs
A learning program is considered "scoped" if it has either a start or an end date. Progress for a scoped learning program is tracked separately from a regular course launch.
Note: Your progress for a given course within a scoped learning program is tied not only to the start date of the learning program but also to the date in which you were enrolled in the program. In other words, even if you start a course in a scoped learning program for which the course start date was set at or in advance of the learning program creation date, course progress is accumulated for the scoped learning program only after you have been enrolled in the scoped learning program.