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Status Low Probability of Delivery
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 12, 2021

Options for Adding Courses to a Curriculum

When a new course is added to a Curriculum, existing enrollments are not affected, it should be possible to determine if course additions to a curriculum result in one of the following:
-Existing Enrollments are not impacted (current state)
-Existing Enrollments require the completion of the newly added course to be in a completed state

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  • Guest
    Jul 12, 2022

    This feature will be very helpful.

    We would love to use Curriculum to structure our courses better but we cannot. If we add a new course or version changes requiring retraining to an existing Curriculum, and a user has completed the Curriculum, the user has no way of knowing that a change has been made as the system does not adjust the % Complete based on the added course. Note that a Curriculum does not enroll the user in the course, it only makes the course available for self-enrollment. In essence, there is not a method via report to detect a user is noncompliant, as they were never enrolled in the course and the curriculum still shows as complete. This creates a potential compliance risk.

  • Guest
    Oct 5, 2021

    This is a very interesting idea that would be relatively simple from a UI perspective ("Course is required for current enrollments yes/no"). One of our guidelines is to never remove completions, so there would be many edge cases around completions and certifications that would pose a significant challenge resulting in this being useful to only a subset-of-a-subset of clients. This just won't be as useful a feature across the client base as the things we are already talking about for the rest of 2021 and 2022.