Viewing and Following Career Paths

In Schoox you are able, if set up for you in your academy, to follow specific Career Paths. Your Career Path will guide you through the process of learning how to expand your skills towards a specific job.

To discover career opportunities, and follow a Career Path, hover over Training in the upper navigation bar, and click Career Paths.


Here you'll find all the Career Paths you follow, as well as new career opportunities for you. Each Career Path is attached to a specific Job.

By default, you follow Career Paths that will help you get better at each one of your jobs. Then you have the option to follow Career Paths in order to improve for a new job.

Under Personalized Learning Paths you can see your overall Job Strength for the jobs of the Career Paths you already follow. Moreover, you can see your Metric scores as they relate to each Career Path.

To check a different path, just select one from the drop-down.


Your average score reflects both the Manual assessments you get from your managers, and the Automated assessments you get automatically from the courses you have completed and are part of this particular Career Path. You can see more details by clicking View Path.

Here you will see the courses you need to take to improve in this Career Path. Clicking Show Details breaks down the overview into the specific course's metric statistics.



To follow a new Career Path head to the previous page and click Add Career Path, and select one of the available jobs from the drop-down. Note that for a career path to exist, your Academy Admin must have connected metrics to the job (see: Connect Metrics with Jobs) Screenshot_90.png

When you click Preview Path, you can see suggested courses that will provide the metrics you need for this particular job. If you click Follow Path, it will be displayed under the Personalized Learning Paths section.

Note: Learners only receive automated scores in a career path if an exam is completed that has been connected to specific academy skills.


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