Requirements Settings for Completions
There are 2 topic requirements settings that allow platform managers to designate the number of times completed courses* and activities can count toward the number of hours/units required by that topic.
Both settings offer a Once and More than Once option.
All courses/activities can only be taken once for credit. Once they are completed, they are removed from the Training that Applies section of the credential detail page.
More than Once
If More than once is selected, a checkbox option will appear allowing the admin to choose to set the max number of completions that can count toward the requirement. This checkbox is optional, but once selected, a number must be entered in the number entry box.
If a maximum is not set, courses/activities can be taken an unlimited amount of times for credit. If a maximum is set, once the user hits the maximum on a given course or activity it is removed from the Training that Applies section of the credential detail page.
The courses setting in Certified credentials works a little bit differently. In topics controlled by TargetSolutions, the course setting is set to Once and is not editable. Any new topics added to a Certified credential work normally.
*The Courses setting refers to TS courses and SCORM courses uploaded by the client.
Certified Credentials - California Exception
In topics controlled by TargetSolutions in the Certified credentials listed below, there is an additional course setting that allows the platform manager to choose if course can apply Once or Twice. Once is the default selection. Any new topics added to a Certified credential work normally.
- EMS - EMT - Basic
- EMS - EMT - Intermediate
- EMS - First Responder
- EMS - Paramedic
Requirements Settings for User Visibility
There are 2 topic requirements settings that allow admins to select if courses/activities should be viewable and/or accessible from the user’s Credential detail page.
- viewable as training that applies to the topic
- whether or not they are accessible from the credential detail page
Courses and activities must be visibility in order to be accessible. When visibility is disabled, users cannot see the list of training, meaning platform managers have control of assigning the training.
When courses and activities are accessible, it means they can click to launch and complete any course or activity within the topic directly from their Credential detail page. When accessibility is disabled, users can see the list of training that applies, but cannot launch the courses or activities from their Credential detail page.
Note: when adding certified credentials courses and activities are viewable but not accessible from the user credential.