reported needs to the training suggestions. How a team leader creates training suggestions you find here.Training suggestions can be created by team leaders and be assessed by authors. Team leaders can add
You see in the overview (Course management → Training suggestions) all created training suggestions, listed by title, owner, creation date, change date and status. On the left side you can filter by keywords in the title and you can set the check box Include subcategories and Accepted. If you set the check box Include subcategories, all training suggestions of the selected category and their sub sub categories are shown. If you set the check box Accepted, only the training suggestions with the status Accepted are listed.
Edit training suggestions
To edit a training suggestion, click on the appropriate title and a new dialog window opens.
- Reject/ Being processed
Adjust the status of the appropriate training suggestion.
- Select course activation
If you think, that the training suggestion fits to an already created course activation, you can assign a course activation to this training suggestion by clicking the button Select course activation.
Via this button you can create a course activation by doing some clicks with an event, which corresponds to this training suggestion. The status updates, which you do here, can be viewed by the team leaders in their Cockpit.
If you click on the button Implement, the Course wizard with its tabs Course data (see screenshot) with the mandatory entry Price, Event data (only, if the course contains an event), Deposition (Selection of classifications, Target client (mandatory), Source client and Status of the course activation) and Remarks.
Status of the training suggestions
The training suggestion was created by a team leader and wasn’t processed by an author.
- Being processed
The training suggestion is now being processed by an author.
An existing course activation is assigned to the training suggestion or a new course activation was created especially for this training suggestion.
An author has rejected the training suggestion.