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How can I create a corporate curriculum?

Users with Admin rights, Training managers and users with the "Create Curriculum" permission enabled can create corporate curricula in their academy!

If you have these rights, the procedure is quite easy. Hover over Training in your academy navigation bar, click on Curricula and then Create Curricula.

Once you click on the Create Curricula button, you will be directed to the Course Catalogue. To include courses in your new curriculum, drag and drop them into the Create Curriculum block at the bottom of the page. 

Click Save to go to the panel where you can give the curriculum a Title, Description, and you can edit several settings regarding the curriculum.

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1. First you can give the curriculum a Title, a Description and place it under the preferred Curricula Category.

2. You can select if you want this curriculum to award a certificate. If you select "No" then no certificate will be awarded to the users that complete this course. If you select "Yes" then a certificate will be awarded to the users. You can edit the certificate settings following the next step.

mceclip0.png 3. If you have selected the curriculum to award a certificate then you have the following options:

   a) You can set a Certificate Expiration Period in x months if you want to:

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You can specify if the Certificate expiration period is set upon the Enrollment or the Completion date.

(Please note that the Certificate expiration period counts always from the day of completion. However, when the expiration period at the date of enrollment is A months and before the user completes the curriculum you edit it to B months you can choose from this setting what the certificate expiration period will be for this user. It can be either A (i.e. value at the enrollment date) or B -i.e. value at the completion date.)

b) You can also set that the certificate should be expired every x year(s) on a specific day. If you select this option, an extra set will be available where you can define that “If the user completes the course X months before the certificate expiration, the certificate expiration period will be shifted to next year".

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Based on the example shown in the above screenshot, if a user completes the course on 11/15/2020, his certificate will not be expired on 01/01/2021 but on 01/01/2022. Please keep in mind that this setting doesn't work retroactively.

c) Choose if you want the Curriculum to be reassigned before the relevant certificate expires.

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4. You have the option to define which should be the type of your curriculum. Curricula types are by default Multi-course, meaning that curricula include a range of courses in which users are enrolled. You also have the option to select the Multi-language type if you have a course in different languages and you want the users to be able to choose.

Click on the Save button when finished.

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