Follow

What is the difference between Certificate of ‘Completion’ and Achievement’?

Achievement certificate – a user qualifies for this certificate if they have passed one or more of the scored lessons within the course. It can be generated in two forms:

1. If the course contains more than one lesson and user completed let’s say 3 out of 10 than this will be reflected on the report. User or administrator should see this symbol  Achivement_certificate1.gif  (The course is incomplete) and after generating certificate this will be shown as  ie:

This is to certify that Aga Herbich has completed 3 of the 10 lessons in this course with an average score of 96% after attempting 3 of the 10 scored lessons in this course.

2. If the course contains more than one lesson and user completed all of them (whole course) than on the report we will see this symbol  Achivement_certificate_2.gif  (The course has been completed) and generated certificate will say:

This is to certify that on 07/12/2012 Aga Herbich completed this course with an average score of 88% after attempting the 1 scored lesson(s) in this course

 

Completion certificate - a user qualifies for this certificate if they have completed all of the lessons within the course but have not qualified for an achievement certificate. This means that the user has completed the course within the specified reporting period and that the course either does not contain any scored lessons or the user has not passed any of the scored lessons:

1. If there is no scored lesson than we will get this symbol completion_certificate_1.gif (There are no scored lessons) and the information on the certificate will be as follow:

This is to certify that on 24/01/2012  Aga Herbich completed this course.

2. If there is a scored lesson, but it wasn’t passed than we will see  completion_certificate_2.gif(No scored lessons were passed)

This is to certify that on 22/10/2012 Aga Herbich completed this course with an average score of 12% after attempting the 1 scored lesson(s) in this course.

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful
Have more questions? Submit a request

Comments