eLeaP is dedicated to providing a Learning Management System that is top of the line and thinks of everything. We work hard everyday to implement customer suggestions that make eLeaP a more effective tool for all of our users. Thanks to customer feedback, we’ve added two new permissions levels, called Manager and Supervisor levels.


The Manager account level enables organizations to provide management oversight for User Groups and teams. When a Manager is created and associated with a User Group, they are able to assign courses and learning paths to members of their managed user groups. Managers are also able to access completion reports for members of that User Group.

To access the User Groups they manage, Managers will need to click on [USER GROUPS] from the main top navigation area. The Manager can then click on any listed User Groups to view completion and tracking reports for members of that User Group.


The Supervisor role provides access to Completion Reports for supervised User Groups. Team supervisors can stay up-to-date on their team’s training progress without having to go through training Administrators. And trainers no longer have to worry about giving high levels of editing access to team managers.

Once a user has been given Supervisor-level permissions, they can then be assigned to one or more User Groups as a Supervisor (rather than as a Trainee). How great is that? These Supervisor users can then log in to eLeaP and view the activity report for their supervised [USER GROUPS].

Our customers are already benefiting from these updates. Are you ready to experience eLeaP? Try it free today.

Setting up Manager/ Supervisor roles

  • Create as many Managers and/or Supervisors as you need.
  • Managers and Supervisors can be assigned to regular training just like a Trainee.
  • One Manager and/or Supervisor can be assigned to multiple User Groups.
  • Multiple Managers and/or Supervisors can be assigned to a single User Group.
  • View Completion Reports for Managed, Supervised User Groups as needed.