Note: Create goals and set up better reporting by using Learning Plans. There are four Learning Plan options available to meet your company's training needs. This article gives a high level overview of each.
Fixed Date Learning Plan
A Learning Plan with static start and end dates. It is the most flexible type of Learning plan to create and edit. If you are new to Learning plans, this is the best type to start with. To learn more, view the article Fixed Date Learning Plans.
Repeating Fixed Date Learning Plan
A Learning Plan with a static start and end date that repeats annually. For example, the Learning Plan could start on January 1st and end on March 31st, every year. To learn more, view the article Repeating Fixed Date Learning Plans.
Relative Date Learning Plan
A Learning Plan with due dates set relative to each user’s assignment date. Instead of static start and end dates, there is a completion window. Users will be on their own timing depending on when they were subscribed. For example, if the Learning Plan had a completion window of 10 days, and a user was subscribed on January 15, it would be due on January 25. To learn more, view the article Relative Date Learning Plans.
Repeating Relative Date Learning Plan
A Relative Date Learning Plan that repeats on a defined cycle based on each user’s completion date. To learn more, view the article Repeating Relative Date Learning Plans.