If you have access to a learning plan, you can view it on the Learning plans screen. You can continue a learning plan that is currently in progress, start a learning plan, and revisit a learning plan you have completed.
For information on how to view learning plans on the mobile app, see Viewing learning plans (mobile).
To view a learning plan:
Expand the sidebar and click Learning plans.
The Learning plans screen appears.
Click one of the following tabs:
Continue: Continue a learning plan that is currently in progress.
Start: Start a learning plan you have access to.
Revisit: Revisit a learning plan you have completed.
Click on a learning plan.
The learning plan opens.
The learning plan progress bar increases as each item of content is completed. In previous versions, a user’s progression was calculated based on how many modules had been completed.
Learning plans you have been assigned will appear in the Start, Revisit or Continue tabs on the Learning Plans screen, depending on your current progress and settings applied when the learning plan was created.
This table shows learning plans in the different states of progression, with different configurations, and the tabs in which they appear:
User’s completion status
In which tab is the learning plan displayed?
Due in [#] days
Overdue by [#] days
Due in [#] days
Overdue by [#] days
Due and reset dates
Due and reset dates are displayed on learning plan tiles. Users can see when a learning plan is due to be completed, due to be reset, is overdue, and has been completed.
The following statuses are displayed:
Due [Day Month Year]
The due date for the learning plan. For example, Due 12 May 2019.
This status is displayed if the due date is 7 or more days away.
Due in [x] days
The number of days until the due date. For example, if today is 16th September 2019 and the due date is in 2 days time, the due date will be 18th September at 23:59 and Due in 2 days will be displayed.
This status is displayed if the due date is less than 7 days away.
This status is displayed on the day the learning plan is due to be completed.
Overdue [x] days
The number of days overdue. For example, if the user is overdue by 5 days, Overdue 5 days will be displayed.
The user has completed the learning plan.
Resets in [x] days
The number of days until the user’s progress resets. For example, if today is 16th September 2019 and the learning plan is due to be reset in 2 days time, the reset date will be 18th September at 23:59 and Resets in 3 days will be displayed.
The reset status only appears when the learning plan has been completed.
The colour of a learning plan status changes as the due and reset dates get nearer. The colour also changes when a learning plan is overdue.
If the due date is more than 4 days away, the status will appear white.
If the learning plan is less than 3 days away, the status will appear yellow.
If the learning plan is overdue, the status will appear red.
Team Progress tab
If you are a user with reportees, you can see the Team Progress tab alongside the other standard tabs. This tab allows you to monitor the progress made by your reportees on learning plans they have been assigned, including recurrent learning plans they are taking for compliance purposes. You can see when reportees have completed an assigned learning plan, are currently in progress, have missed a deadline, or have deadlines approaching. You can also send custom reminder notifications to one or more reportees to remind them, for example, if a learning plan is overdue or has an upcoming deadline.