Tutorials Administrator Tools Training Paths: Changes and Updates Training Paths: Changes and Updates Account Options V5 Tutorials: How to do everything in eLeaP V5 - How to view your profile V5 - How to access your Training account V5 - How to view your Administrator profile V5 - How to customize your LMS account profile Administrator Tools V5 - Multi Page Record Selector V5 - Add Course to Multiple Training Paths V5 - Gamification Admin, Trainee UI V5 - Add Questions from Quiz Bank V5 - Create Self Enrollment Courses V5 - Additional Course Admins, Instructors V5 - Searchable Categories V5 - Upload Answer Quiz question V5 - How to download User Course Certificates V5 Tutorials: How to do everything in eLeaP V5 - Instructor-led Training Tracking: Tracking Events V5 - Admin ecommerce LMS management V5 - Creating a Scheduled Release Training Path V5 - Creating a Self-Enrollment Training Path V5 - How to manage Forums V5 - How to access/download reports V5 - Access, download Quiz results and Grading Center V5 - How to create and manage User Groups V5 - How to manage users in your LMS account V5 - How to create and manage Training Paths V5 - Admin manage event registrations V5 - Instructor-led Training Tracking: Enrollment Management V5 - Manage Scheduled Training V5 - Using Custom Fields in Assignment, Reporting V5 - How to use Custom User Fields V5 - How to edit users' profiles V5 - Smart Assign Courses, Training Paths and User Groups V5 - How to hide inactive courses and inactive users V5 - How to embed YouTube videos in your Lesson V5 - How to insert an image into a Lesson V5 - How to assign training Courses to Users V5 - How to use Course Preview tool V5 - How to upload SCORM V5 - How to create Course Feedback Forms V5 - How to add Course Certificates V5 - How to prevent Users from reviewing Quiz answers V5 - How to use Advanced Course Settings V5 - How to create Course quizzes in your LMS Account V5 - How to use Lesson Editor to add content V5 - How to add content to Lessons V5 - How to create Courses V5 - Creating a Pre-Set Navigation Training Path V5 - Creating a Simple Training Path V5 - Quick Stats for your LMS V5 - Specify Training Completion Date V5 - Recording Multiple Quiz Attempts V5 - How Admins perform Observation Assessments V5 - How to assign an Observation Assessment V5 - How to create an Observation Assessment V5 - Admin: Delete/reset Quiz Results V5 - How to manage training courses V5 - LMS Auto Timeout V5 - How to view your Administrator profile v5 is here Ecommerce Tools V5 Tutorials: How to do everything in eLeaP V5 - How to View Sales Reports For Training Paths V5 - How to set pricing for eCommerce Training Paths Enterprise Tools V5 Tutorials: How to do everything in eLeaP Trainee Tools V5 - Gamification Admin, Trainee UI V5 - Enroll in Self Enrollment Courses V5 View SCORM course V5 - How to access and download your Training Activity Reports V5 - Discussion Forums in your Training account V5 - How to view Assigned Training Paths V5 - How to view an Assigned Course V5 - How to view your profile V5 - How to access your Training account Hey, everyone. It’s Jamie with eLeaP LMS. I’m here today to tell you about just the next in our series of exciting new feature releases. Our latest update to eLeaP is that we’ve done an overhaul of the Learning Management System Training Paths feature, so I’m gonna walk you through that real quick. We do have more extensive tutorials that we’ve prepared, so if you wanna learn more in-depth about all the different features, definitely go check those out. Alright, I’m gonna click on the Training Paths menu and we’re looking at this from an admin perspective. Those of you who’ve already used Training Paths extensively in the past are probably already noticing that we have a new tab here. I’ll get to that in just a second. Right now, I’m just gonna go ahead and add a new training path, give it a name, description if you like. I’m gonna leave it inactive for now and then what’s new is that we’ve split up the Training Paths into four different types. If you forget about this later, there’s this little help button. You can click it. Gives you little descriptions of what the fancy new things do. But basically, the four types are simple, that’s just your basic collection of courses. You throw them all together so you can assign them all as a batch. Users can take them in whichever order they want and if the courses have deadlines, they have deadlines. If they don’t, they don’t. Simple. Next one here is the ‘Pre-set Navigation’. We had this LMS feature before, but now we’ve made it its own type of Training Path, and this is where you can set it up so that users have to go through the courses in a particular order. If that’s what you need, you’re gonna use the preset navigation option. What’s really new here is that we’ve made a major update to the self-enrollment option and now we’ve added ‘Scheduled Release’. I’ll go into those in a bit more detail now. If I choose ‘Self-enrollment’, I’m gonna click Submit and I’m gonna add some courses just like you normally would into this. The Self-enrollment Training Path is really for when you wanna make some material available to your users, but you don’t wanna require them to take it. This is really great for personal development things. Once I’ve got this Training Path, I’m gonna go back to the Training Paths list and make it active. As soon as I do that, any users, they’ll see the self-enrollment Training Paths tab on their Training Paths menu as well and now they can choose to take these courses or not. Previously, we had ‘Self-enrollment’ before and the way that worked was you created a Self-enrollment path, you assigned users to it, and then if they didn’t start it or didn’t start the courses, those not-started courses didn’t show up in their activity reports. But you did still have to assign it out. Now that’s not necessary. They can assign themselves. They can either just click the link right here, they click on the name of the Training Path and click this enroll button from here if they wanna get a better idea for what’s included in that Training Path. That’s an exciting new take a little bit of a load off of our administrators type thing. Then the ‘Scheduled Training Path’ is another feature specifically requested by some of our users. Let me just walk you through that. Alright, I’m gonna go ahead and select “scheduled release” here. I’m gonna leave it inactive for now. I’m gonna click “submit.” What this is gonna let you do is set up a series of course to drip out slowly to your users over time. Right now, with a simple Training Path, when you assign the Training Path to your users they get a notification that they’ve been assigned to the path and they go in and they can see all the courses in it. If it’s a ‘Pre-set navigation’ they can’t access them all, but they can see that they’re all assigned to them. In the case of the ‘Scheduled Release’, you actually have control over when they get told about the course and when the actual assignment is made, and you can set it up and forget it rather than having to set reminders for yourself or something. They default to immediate, but you can click “change” and you can choose specific date or period of time. If you choose specific date you’ll get a calendar option. I’ll set this one for next year. Or you can do period of time and say how many days from the date that the Training Path was assigned that you want this course to go out. You might do 15 days on this one, and you want them to have at least 15 days to complete that before they do the next one. Maybe I’ll make this 30 days after they’re assigned so that there’s a 15-day gap between these two courses and so on and so forth. This is a really powerful new feature that we’re excited about. I suspect that this will be very helpful for any of our clients who need to do recurring training, for example. You can set up your recurring training advance, years ahead of time. You just do 365 days, however many 365 times two is, so on and so forth. We hope you are as excited about this as we are. Definitely, go check out the full tutorials. We’ve got tutorials for admins and for trainees so everybody can see how it looks from their perspective. Stay tuned for more changes later this year.